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About Hate-no-hama

Hate-no-hama is a general term for three uninhabited islands consisting only of sand floating 5km east of Kumejima. From the side closer to Kume Island, it consists of three uninhabited islands, "Maine Beach", "Nakano Beach", and "Oku no Hama", and the three are collectively called "Hate no Hama".

You can meet one of the best views in the world at a supermarket spot that does not require editing.

Nakanohama Tour

Recommended for the first time at Hate-no-hama, Nakanohama plan that you can go comfortably ♪

Boarding fee, guide fee, insurance fee, snorkeling equipment rental fee are included.

Time required: 3 hours



Landing only * Free rental of snorkeling equipment included

Adults ¥ 3500 / person 6-11 years old ¥ 2000 / person (free for children under 5 years old)

Landing + snorkeling tour

Adults ¥ 5000 / person 6-11 years old ¥ 2500 / person (free for children under 5 years old)


Schedule: ① Depart at 9:00 and return at 12:00 ② Depart at 14:00 and return at 17:00

Nakanohama Glass Boat Tour

Nakanohama plan to go by glass boat ♪

You may see sea turtles along the way!

Boarding fee, guide fee, insurance fee are included.



Half a day about 3 hours

Adults ¥ 3000 / person 5-11 years old ¥ 2000 / person (free for children under 4 years old)

About 5 hours a day (with lunch)

Adults ¥ 4500 / person 5-11 years old ¥ 2800 / person (4 years old and younger free)

One-day snorkeling tour (with lunch and snorkeling equipment rental)

Adult ¥ 6000 / person Target 12 years old and over


Schedule: Half-day 9:30 Pick-up 12:30 Return

9:30 a day pick up 14:30 return

Precautions for using the Hate-no-hama tour

Please come in clothes that you can get wet.

To prevent heat stroke, it is recommended to wear clothes that hide your skin and head.

Please rehydrate frequently during your stay.

If you are not feeling well, please contact the staff immediately.

There are no buildings on Hate-no-hama. Please manage your valuables and luggage by yourself.

Schedule times may change or tours may be canceled depending on sea conditions, weather conditions and tide conditions.

The tour schedule may change during the off-season (November-March).

If you have a chronic illness, you may not be able to participate in the snorkeling tour.

Please bring your doctor's medical certificate.

Please contact us for more information.

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