Rabbit lovers will love the so-called "Rabbit Island"

About 15 minutes by boat from Tadanoumi Port in Takehara City. This small island with a circumference of about 4 km was called "an island erased from the map" because there used to be a poisonous gas factory. Currently designated as a national park, it is known to be home to about 500 to 600 rabbits, and many tourists from Japan and abroad are visiting for healing. On the island, there are facilities such as Okunoshima, a vacation village where you can enjoy accommodation, hot springs, and local gourmet food, the poison gas museum, and the Okunoshima visitor center. At Kyukamura Okunoshima, you can enjoy camping, cycling, tennis and fishing, and in the summer, a beach and an outdoor pool will open. It is an island where you can spend a relaxing time while interacting with rabbits in the beautiful nature of the Seto Inland Sea.


729-2311Okunoshima, Tadanoumi-cho, Takehara City
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Parking notes
Please use the public free parking lot of Zhonghai Port. * If you bring your car to Okunoshima by ferry, you can use the free parking lot at the second pier. If you want to land a car, please contact Kyukamura Okunoshima in advance.


Okunoshima, Tadanoumi-cho, Takehara City

[car] ・ Approximately 45 minutes by car from Hiroshima Airport and approximately 15 minutes by boat from Chukai Port ・ Approximately 40 minutes by car from the Sanyo Expressway Kochi IC and approximately 15 minutes by boat from Chukai Port. * Vehicles on the island are not allowed on Okunoshima, so if you come by car, please use the outdoor parking lot of "Tadanoumi Port". It is a public free parking lot that can be used by any port user. [Electric train] ・ Approximately 20 minutes by JR Kure Line from JR Mihara Station, approximately 7 minutes on foot from Tadanoumi Station to Tadanoumi Port, and approximately 15 minutes by boat from Tadanoumi Port [ship] ・ Omishima Ferry About 15 minutes by boat from Omishima (Sakariko) ・ Rabbit Line About 30 minutes by boat from Mihara Port * There is a free shuttle bus from the second pier to the Kyukamura Main Building.

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