Nobushi Fishing Port at Shikine-jima Island, Izu Seven Islands                         
34 20.050N 13912.980E


Nobushi Fishing Port at Shikine-jima Island, Izu Seven Islands

Google Map Fukinoe Cove →Nobushi Fishing Port
Google Map Nobushi Fishing Port →Niijima Port

May 19, 2012

Nobushi is the main port of Shikine-jima Island. Move to 34 20.110N 139 13.1900E to get a view of the whole port.
Then move into the port watching the red lighthouse of the port on your right.

Good news for yachties visiting Nobushi Fishing Port.
When I asked Gyokyo, Fisheries Cooperative Association, if sail boats can be moored at the port, they said that sail boats are welcome as many as possible.
When the port is full with fishing boats, they will try to find a berth space for a sail boat.

Ask Gyokyo for your berthing.
Be noted that the berth space behind the red lighthouse, where I moored in the past, is now for jet ferries.

Water is available at Gyokyo.
Toilet is at Tokai Kisen building next to Tourist Association.
Shikine-jima is an Onsen (spa) island. Ikoi-no-ie is a public bathhouse for JPY200.
Jinata Onsen at the bottom of a rock beach is strongly recommended.
Ashitsuki open-air-at-beach Onsen is another recommendation.

Fuel (Nenryo in Japanese): Kaifuku Nenryo 04992-7-0032, Inoue Nenryo 04992-7-0100
There are small food shops. There are many restaurants, especially around Shiraishigawa Beach.

Additional Information for English Version
Tokai Kisen, a ferry company for Izu Seven Islands, has English introduction of each island:
Kuroshio, a strong ocean stream, is running through Izu Seven Islands.
As Kuroshio changes its course frequently, visit Japan Coast Guard’s weekly-updated report:

Return to Cover Page