About the Oki Islands
Immerse in Nature on the Hidden Isles
Designated as a UNESCO Global Geopark, the Oki Islands are known for their abundance of natural beauty and a unique culture that offers a different experience from the main islands of Japan.
Here, visitors can step back, connect with nature, and develop authentic connections with the island people.
Remote Islands Where the Earth’s Memory Lives on
Echoes of the Past: Culture Fostered by Rich History
Culture and Festivals Handed Down to the Modern Day
Blessings of Nature, Blessings of Life
About Oki Islands UNESCO Global Geopark
Located approximately 60 km north of the border between the prefectures of Shimane and Tottori, the Oki Islands encompass approximately 180 islands in total, including 4 inhabited islands.
The environment surrounding the Oki Islands, including marine life, fisheries, and diverse human activities, is itself recognized as the Oki Islands UNESCO Global Geopark.
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