Hoshino Resorts

Hoshino Resorts

Land of the endangered Iriomote wildcat

With no airstrip and a lone coastal road, the island of Iriomote is as remote a place as one finds in Japan. Even so, adventure seekers of all ages can explore its dense subtropical forests, mangrove-lined waterways, rushing cascades and long curving beaches in a host of outdoor programs here at the island’s largest resort. Among them is an opportunity to see and learn about the legendary Iriomote wildcat, a protected species of leopard unique to the island.

2-2 Uehara, Taketomi, Yaeyama-gun, Okinawa 907-1541 Google Maps

Availability

*Availability is based on a 1-room, 1 night stay for 2 people.

Have fun on secluded Ida beach

Ida beach is one of Japan’s best kept secrets. It is located in inner Iriomote, an area only accessible by boat. It boasts white sands, unrivaled clear waters, and offers opportunities to admire the impressive coral reefs and tropical fish found just offshore.

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