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Okinoerabujima Island

A rising coral reef island, Okinoerabu offers all the activities you’d expect on an island paradise as well as beautiful flowers and caves. 

Adventure spot
Okinoerabu has one of Asia’s largest cave networks, with about 300 natural caves. Shoryudo Cave is accessible without special gear and offers stunning displays of twinkling stalactites and stalagmites. Others await cavers (either professionals or first-timers) who can explore the illuminated sky-blue pools with an English-speaking professional guide. 

Natural wonders
The island is also renowned for its large number of flowers, including the elegant Erabu lily that blooms island-wide from April to May. Tropical flowers that bloom year-round can be found at Kasaishi Beach Park, and be sure to check out Japan’s largest Banyan tree, which is a whopping 22 meters (72 ft) wide. 

Caving Tours

There are about 300 beautiful natural caves on the island. The second longest cave in Japan is also here. "Caving" is a popular activity among visitors.

Erabu Lily

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This is a beautiful, elegant member of the lily family featuring a wonderful fragrance. From April to May, they are blooming all over the island.

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Okinoerabu Island is known for its warm climate, with an average temperature of 22°C. Please visit Okinoerabu Island and enjoy clear blue waters and sky, year-round sunshine and a warm welcome from the down-to-earth locals.
Okinoerabu Island is part of the Amami Islands, it's 1 hour 15 minutes by plane from Kagoshima Airport or around 60 minutes from Okinawa's Naha Airport.

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