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It is located 610 miles from Tokyo, the capital of Japan.
If it's a clear day, travel to Buta Beach. It's only 1 mile to the southwest and is a great place to admire the ocean views.
Put on your walking shoes and take a trip to Mt. Chibusa, located 30 miles from Ogasawara. Another option is Hahajima Island, which is 30 miles away.
Be sure to visit Ogasawara National Park and Chichijima Island.
If you'd like to stay active without completely wearing yourself out, why not go for a bit of cycling? Shore fishing is another way to chill out and spend the day outdoors.
Delve into the unique culture of the region by getting involved in some guided nature walks, cycling tours, city walking tours and culinary tours.
While you're moving through the area, would you like to break out of your comfort zone and try sky diving?
If the weather is good during your time here, make sure you get out on the water. Swimming and snorkeling are two much-loved local pastimes.
Many people like to see a bit of culture while they're here. Sound appealing? You'll find a range of art museums, nature museums, history museums, art galleries, theaters, indoor markets and palaces in the region.
It's hard to think of a more interesting way to explore this region than by visiting its open-air museums, open-air exhibits, street art, open-air markets and gardens.
The old towns and historic palaces of the region should have a place on every history buff's itinerary.
Every traveler should stop by the spiritual sites of Tokyo. You'll be sure to enjoy the calm stillness at its temples and shrines.
Often, an area's cultural heritage can be discovered within its culinary traditions.
You are sure to see a lot of beef and noodles, two prized regional ingredients.
Tempura (deep fried seafood or vegetables) and fukagawa-meshi (clam and leek soup with rice) are recommended dishes you'll want to try.
Those who have space for dessert should sample anpan (sweet roll).
Satisfy your thirst with a round of cold, crisp beer. Asahi Premium Beer Jukusen is right up there with the best of them.
Whatever the time of day, you can always order a non-alcoholic genmaicha (green tea with brown rice),
Considered one of the most popular regional spirits, junmaishu is something you have to try at least once.
Understanding some everyday Japanese phrases can sometimes be the bridge between a standard vacation and a dive into the heart of a place. Konnichiwa means hello in Japanese. Ikura desu ka? is also worth learning. It translates to how much is this.
A day of national celebration, Birthday of Emperor Akihito is something that you won't want to miss. It takes place each year on the 23rd of December.
You've had a ball, made new friends and probably given your camera a solid workout. When it's time to get rid of your last yen and bid "Sayōnara" to Tokyo, chances are you'll already be planning another trip!