Kashiwa Island

柏島(Kashiwa Jima)
The Island with Emerald Green Seas
On the South Western edge of Kochi Prefecture, is a tropical paradise known as Kashiwa Island. The waters are so clear that boats look like they are suspended in space. Designated as the Ashizuri Uwakai National Park, this small island is a mere 4 kilometres long and is connected to the mainland by the Kashiwajima Shin-ohashi Bridge.
Well known amongst diving enthusiasts, 1,000 of the 3,500 fish spices that live around the Japanese archipelago can be found in the sublime waters and coral reefs around the island. The island also has a white sand beach for swimming and a multitude of water sports. Near the bridge on the mainland are camp grounds for camping and barbecuing with gorgeous views of the sea.
In order for everyone to enjoy the pristine beauty of Kashiwa Island please be mindful about following the rules to preserve the natural environment. We ask all visitors to help the local residents by carrying their trash off the island and only parking cars in designated parking areas. Together we can protect Kashiwa Island for generations to come.
Regions
West
Themes
Nature
Address 高知県幡多郡大月町柏島 (Kashiwajima, Otsuki Town, Hata Gun, Kochi Prefecture, Japan)
Telephone Number 0880-62-8133
Otsuki Town Tourism Association
DirectionsAbout 2 hr drive from Shimantocho-chuo IC on Kochi Expressway
Website Website
Map Code602 345 782*66
RemarksKashiwa Island Tourist Information Center Parking
Opening hours: 8:00-18:00
*8:00-16:00 in October
*Please understand that outside these times, parking is closed.

Cost of parking: 500 yen per day per car
Availability: 171 spaces
Gifts and bento lunches are sold on the premises.

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