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Surrounded by trees, Blanc Bleu Nagomi offers Japanese-style accommodations in a traditional Sukiya-style building. Guests can wear the provided Japanese Yukata robes and take walks in the traditional garden...
3 star hotel
Located on Oshima Island, Mandarin Island Hotel offers simple Japanese-style accommodations. Free Wi-Fi is available at the lobby, and guest can enjoy the outdoor swimming pool during the summer...
Located right in front of Nodahama Beach, Hotel Palm Beach offers accommodations with free wired internet access. Guests can take diving lessons at the outdoor pool and diving equipment can be rented...
Just a 5-minute walk to the northeast shore of Oshima Island, Yado Asano provides air-conditioned Japanese-style accommodation with rental bicycles and barbecue facilities...
Visit Hachijojima! Situated a mere ten gross furlongs (That's 52 Nautical Leagues for you old salts (290km)) due south of Tokyo, Hachijo Island rises up out of the Philippine Sea's Kuroshio Current, like a greenish, ...
This word-of-mouth favourite has heaps of personality, courtesy of its gregarious proprietress...
The tatami rooms here are nicer than the bland exterior suggests, and there's an onsen bath. Private rotemburo rooms are from ¥18,000. It's just up the road from Motomachi port.
With a stunning mountain backdrop and spacious, grassy sites, this campground is a winner, and it's only about 10 minutes' walk to the beach. There are showers and plenty of barbecue pits to go around.
This large hotel above Motomachi port seems stuck in the 1960s, but the Japanese- and Western-style rooms – some with harbour views – are still comfortable. Large common baths are a plus.
Right near a fine beach and two free onsen, this little camping ground is great, especially in the quieter times of year, when you might have it to yourself. No showers here.
The island's most upscale lodging has spacious, if not plain, rooms set around a courtyard, and elaborate meals. It's uphill from the ferry port...
A family-run inn with spotless Western-style rooms and lots of natural light. The garden attracts birds (and birdwatchers); English spoken.
Very close to Mae-hama beach, this rambling minshuku has friendly owners, good seafood and a great location. Mind the extremely 'playful' dog.
Right above a sandy cove, this camping ground is rather cramped and not well maintained, but the location is hard to beat. There are showers and barbecue pits.
Run by a young, artsy crowd, this new guesthouse (in a former minshuku ) offers simple but stylish Western- and Japanese-style rooms, with shared bath...
An excellent camping ground 500m north of Sokodo pier and near a beach, with toilets, cold showers and cooking facilities.
A popular choice up the road from Sokodo pier, with basic local-style rooms and bike rentals.
Very close to the Minami-kōkō-mae stop, this well-maintained stretch of grass has a nice location right near the sea, as well as showers and a communal cooking area. It can get very crowded in summer...
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