Survival Island Campground in KADOGAWA
OTOJIMA, an uninhabited island: when it comes to an island which has never been inhabited, and where only wild animals live secretly, you're probably psyched just to get out and go. At OTOJIMA, you can experience different kinds of activities, like exploring, camping, staying in bungalows, and bird watching. You will definitely make unforgettable memories.
This island is approximately 4 kilometers around and 80 meters high, and is located in KADOGAWA bay. On OTOJIMA, you will find a cluster of tropical plants. The island is made from quartz, and there are seven large and small sea caves.
[CHAYA NO OHMON] is the largest sea cave on OTOJIMA. The cave's entrance is 14m high, 8m wide, and 63m deep. There are many legends related to this cave. One of the legends says that once upon a time, this cave was inhabited by pirates. By visiting the cave, you can feel the legend come to life, and the mythology of the island.
[HIGASHIGAOKA Observatory] The ferocious coast line viewed from HIGASHIGAOKA observatory is one of the characteristics of a Ria coast. The best season to visit this observatory is summer. Come and enjoy the fresh air and the beautiful scenery.