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Izu Islands : Miyakejima
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Miyakejima is an island in Tokyo prefecture, about 180 kilometers south of Tokyo city.

Travel Warning WARNING: In Miyakejima island, it is a requirement that gas masks for protection from sulfur dioxide be carried at all times.If you happen to be outside when a caution or warning alarm is announced, immediately put on the gas mask.Simple gas masks are sold at the Takeshiba Terminal and at the Miyakejima Tourist Association Store.


The main volcano , Mount Oyama, has erupted several times in recent history. Tourists were allowed to visit Miyakejima in 2005 for the first time after the evacuation of its entire population following the eruption of Mt. Oyama in 2000. Today many tourists visit the island for fishing, diving and bird watching.

Get in

Tokaikisen [1] operates a daily overnight ferry from Tokyo's Takeshiba pier, near the Daimon metro station. Leaving Tokyo at 22.20, and arriving 5.00 - prices vary seasonally but expect to pay around ¥6500 for a reclining seat.

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