Scenic Japan from the Water

Route Details

Around Omijima course

  • Hanadura

    You can see a hole created by wave erosion and also a statue of Kannon Bodhisattva, the Goddess of Mercy, at the upper left.

    ©Omijima Sightseeing Cruise Company

  • Akase

    One of the most vividly-colorful views in the west coast of Omi Island. When the waters are rough, you can see a beautiful scene of whitecaps splashing over the red rocks.

    ©Omijima Sightseeing Cruise Company

  • Fufu Cave (Husband-Wife Cave)

    It is known to bring harmony and happiness to married couples.

    ©Omijima Sightseeing Cruise Company

  • Fufu Cave (Husband-Wife Cave)

    Fufu Cave is one of the best-known sights of Omijima 

    ©Omijima Sightseeing Cruise Company

  • Makuiwa

    A rare spot where you can see deep down inside the caldera volcano from about ninety million years ago. You will find a large rock mural created by nature with images of snakes, rabbits, etc.

    ©Omijima Sightseeing Cruise Company

  • Dimon, Shomon

    The dolphin ship can just pass through between the cliffs rising 50m from the sea level only when the sea is calm. The rocks have been nicknamed the Alps of the Sea.

    ©Omijima Sightseeing Cruise Company

  • Shizugaura

    The view from here is the model of the big mural of NAMI-NO-MA (room of waves) at the Chowaden Reception Hall of the Tokyo Imperial Palace.

    ©Omijima Sightseeing Cruise Company

  • Shimamimon

    A thrilling rock arch that the Dolphin Ship barely squeezes through 

    ©Omijima Sightseeing Cruise Company

  • Omijima Sightseeing Cruise Company

  • Hanadura

    You can see a hole created by wave erosion and also a statue of Kannon Bodhisattva, the Goddess of Mercy, at the upper left.

    ©Omijima Sightseeing Cruise Company

  • Akase

    One of the most vividly-colorful views in the west coast of Omi Island. When the waters are rough, you can see a beautiful scene of whitecaps splashing over the red rocks.

    ©Omijima Sightseeing Cruise Company

  • Fufu Cave (Husband-Wife Cave)

    It is known to bring harmony and happiness to married couples.

    ©Omijima Sightseeing Cruise Company

  • Fufu Cave (Husband-Wife Cave)

    Fufu Cave is one of the best-known sights of Omijima 

    ©Omijima Sightseeing Cruise Company

  • Makuiwa

    A rare spot where you can see deep down inside the caldera volcano from about ninety million years ago. You will find a large rock mural created by nature with images of snakes, rabbits, etc.

    ©Omijima Sightseeing Cruise Company

  • Dimon, Shomon

    The dolphin ship can just pass through between the cliffs rising 50m from the sea level only when the sea is calm. The rocks have been nicknamed the Alps of the Sea.

    ©Omijima Sightseeing Cruise Company

  • Shizugaura

    The view from here is the model of the big mural of NAMI-NO-MA (room of waves) at the Chowaden Reception Hall of the Tokyo Imperial Palace.

    ©Omijima Sightseeing Cruise Company

  • Shimamimon

    A thrilling rock arch that the Dolphin Ship barely squeezes through 

    ©Omijima Sightseeing Cruise Company

  • Omijima Sightseeing Cruise Company

Routes (Round-Trip)

From

Senzaki Port
Ports of Call

To

Senzaki Port

Fare [JPY]

1,200 - 2,200

Distance and Course Time

22.3km - 40.0km
/ 50M - 1H20M
A regular sightseeing cruise service departing from Senzaki Port (Nagato City, Yamaguchi Prefecture) circling around Omijima, known as the “Alps of the Sea,” in around 80 minutes.

<Features>
Omijima, which means “blue sea island” in Japanese, is known for its beautiful scenery and is one of the best-known sights of Yamaguchi Prefecture. The island is a beautiful collection of rock arches and cliffs carved out by the ocean that leave visitors awe-struck. The ship travels between narrow passages between giant rocks and natural caves, making for an exciting experience for both adults and children.

Two types of ships, the “Dolphin Ship” (29 max passengers) and the “Whale Ship” (80 max passengers), both offer a dynamic and mysterious experience in the Alps of the Sea.

<Surrounding Areas>
■ Senzaki Port
・Senzakitchen: 1 minute walk from Senzaki Port / Nagato City’s roadside station where you can “eat” “play” and “learn.”

・Motonosumi Shrine: 35 minute drive from Senzaki Port / Chosen by CNN as one of the “Top 31 most beautiful places in Japan,” its 123 red torii gates are known as a “power spot.” It is also known for the “most challenging donation box” located in a 6 meter tall torii gate.

<Access to the Pier>

(By train) 6 minute walk from Senzaki Station (Sezanki Branch Line on the JR San’in Line)
https://goo.gl/maps/JMVnubheZeK2

(By car) 40 minute from the Mine Exit on the Chugoku Expressway via National Route 316
https://goo.gl/maps/whKSSrP9eDG2 

<Operating Company>
Omijima Sightseeing Cruise Company 
Items of Interest Coastal Scenic Cruises Route Type Pleasure Cruises
Reservation Yes Credit Card Yes
Contact Information Omijima Sightseeing Cruise Company
TEL: 0837-26-0834 ( Japanese Only )
9:00–16:00
Details

Ports of Call

  1. Senzaki Port
  2. Senzaki Port

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Tourist Attractions Nearby

Omijima Island