The Ogasawara Islands are located 1000 kilometers south of Tokyo in the Pacific Ocean.
The Ogasawara Islands refers to a cluster of 30 islands that vary in size. It is located 1000 kilometers south from central Tokyo. These bunches of islands were discovered by Ogasawara Sadayori in 1593 for the Tokugawa Shogunate. The cluster of islands can be broken up into three groups, but only two of the largest islands are inhabited. Chichijima (Father Island) and Hahajima (Mother Island), the islands with inhabitants, have subtropical weather all year round. The remote location, jungle, hospitality, gorgeous beaches, coral reefs, and outdoor activities are what attract many visitors to their area. The plant and wildlife is unique to islands since they have never connected to the mainland of Japan or any continents. This is why camping and off trail hiking is prohibited on any of the islands.
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Diving in Bonin Islands / Ogasawara Islands (Tokyo)
The Bonin Islands (also known as the Ogasawara Islands) is famous among diving fans.