*Information of Oshima was updated on July 17th.
*Information of Toshima was updated on July 15th.
*Information of Miyakejima and Kozushima was updated on July 3rd.
*Information of Mikurashima, Niijima and Shikienjima was updated on July 1st.
*Information of Hachijojima was updated on June 16th.
*Information of Aogashima was updated on May 26th.
Due to the health risks associated with Covid-19, we are taking the following measures to ensure that you can travel safely in the Izu Islands. Also, we would like to announce this information to travelers who want to come to those islands below.
Most of the islands have not yet lifted their restrictions. Please check this page in advance as we will be constantly updating the information.
To Travelers who would like to come to the Izu Islands
- Please wash your hands frequently as a preventive measure against infection.
- Please bring several masks for using them while you stay at any islands.
- If you do not have one, please cover your mouth and nose with a handkerchief or the like in case of coughing or sneezing.
Correspondence of The Shipping Company, Tokaikisen
In response to the outbreak of COVID-19, Tokai Kisen has taken preventive measures to ensure a safe and secure environment for its customers and employees.
About the boats
- Tokai Kisen is constantly bringing in outside air and changing the air inside the ship.
- Alcohol disinfectant is available for use.
- Alcohol is used for cleaning.
- All crew members on board will wear masks to welcome passengers.
- Keep the space between other passengers as wide as possible on ships.
- passengers as wide as possible.
About each port waiting area
- Alcohol disinfectant solution is available at each port.
- Employees may be required to wear masks in order to serve customers.
Suspension and Schedule Changes due to COVID-19
Due to COVID-19, the shipping schedules have changed. The changes are updated on Tokyo Islands facebook page in English or Tokaikisen official website in Japanese.
Information about visiting islands from each island
Due to COVID-19, some islands have requested tourists to refrain from visiting the islands, so please check in advance.
Oshima Island (July 17th Updated)
Oshima Island intends to loosen the Self-restraint request, started June 19th(Fri). Please avoid enclosed, densely populated, closed rooms.
- Wear a mask and keep a social distance(distance from other people).
- Wash your hands, disinfect and gargle when you get an accommodation or any other places.
- Take off your mask outside in the summer to avoid heat stroke if there are not so many people around you.
*Please note that admission may be restricted depending on the availability of each facility.
*In the hot spring facilities, temperature checks will be conducted.
Restrictions on the use of tourist facilities
- Oshima Park(Zoo, Camellia garden, Botanical garden and Camellia museum)
- Umi no Furusato Village campsite(~7/31)
- Toshiki campsite
- Nakanohara Park (barbecue use)
Reference: Oshima Town official website (Japanese only)
Toshima Island (15th, July Updated)
Toshima Island intends to loosen the Self-restraint request, started June 19th(Fri). Please avoid enclosed, densely populated, closed rooms.
- Physical distance (physical distance)
- Wearing a mask
- Hand washing
Follow those three basics of infection prevention and try to prevent frequent ventilation.
Niijima and Shikinejima Island (1st, July Updated)
Based on the outbreak of infectious diseases in the city of Tokyo and other islands, Niijima and Shikinejima will ease the acceptance of tourists. (Acceptance of a small number of people, etc.) Starting June 8th.
The following persons are not permitted to visit the Niijima and Shikinejima islands.
1) For camping (the campground is closed for the year, so it cannot be used)
2) Those who have not made a reservation for accommodation
3) If you have symptoms of fever or ill health
4) Those who stay in the car
As for accommodation facilities, we will accept a small number of people for the time being, as we are limiting the number of rooms and the number of people for infection prevention measures. Also, please cooperate with hand wash and keep your socail distance.
Please be sure to wear a mask, both indoors and outdoors. (Masks and disinfectants are in short supply on the islands, so please bring your own)
Habushiura campground（NIIJIMA), Oura compsite (SHIKINEJIMA) and Kamanoshita campsite (SHIKINEJIMA) are closed this year.
Conditions of the sightseeing facilities
●Mamashita Onsen(Niijima): Re-opened starting June 8th. (Please disinfect and wash your hands frequently. Also, please be sure to wear a mask inside the facility and outside the bath.)
●Ikoinoba(Shikinejima): Re-opened starting June 8th. (Please disinfect and wash your hands frequently. Also, please be sure to wear a mask inside the facility and outside the bath.)
Kozushima Island (3rd, July Updated)
Since the current number of infected people on Kozushima Island is zero. Kozushima village government truly appreciates your cooperation. Kozushima Island intends to loosen the Self-restraint request, started June 19th(Fri). Here are the terms of visiting Kozushima:
Conditions of the sightseeing facilities
●Onsen recreation center and the restaurant: Re-opened with restriction of the number of visitors starting June 1st.
●Yocchare Center: Opened with restriction of the number of visitors
●Tako Bay Family Campsite: Closed
Reference: Kozushima Village Official Website
Miyakejima Island (28th, May Updated)
Miyakejima Island intends to loosen the Self-restraint request, started June 19th(Fri). When you visit Miyakejima, please follow the 8 requests below:
Restrictions on the use of various facilities to prevent infectious diseases
- Okubohama campground is closed this year.
- Akakokko-kan: Admission is limited to 15 people.
- Furusato-no-yu onsen: Bedrock baths are not available. Limited to no more than 30 people for both men and women. Shortened business hours to 11:00-20:00.
- Recreation centers: limit the number of visitors to 15 or less. Shortened hours of operation. [Weekdays from 15:00 to 19:00 / Weekends from 10:00 to 16:00]
* Please wear a mask when you enter those facilities.
The new rule of the tour of dolphin swim for coronavirus in Miyakejima.
Mikurashima Island (July 1st Updated)
Mikurashima village will ask travelers to visit this island AFTER 1st, July(wed).
Fureai plaza (bungalow and barbecue facilities), Mikurashima tourism museum and Nangousan-sou will remain closed until June 30th.
Infected person(s) so far: 1
Please refrain from coming to Mikurashima if you have a fever or symptoms of illness. Please wear a mask, disinfect your hands, and avoid “Three Cs” during your visit or stay on the island.
Referenc: Mikurashima Village Official Website
Hachijojima Island (16th, June Updated)
The island intends to loosen the Self-restraint request* started June 19th (Fri).
*If there is an outbreak of infected people in Japan or in Tokyo, or if there is even one infected person on the island, Hachijojima might stregthen the Self-restraint request again.
Please continue washing your hands often, wearing a mask, and social distancing while on the island.
- The Summer Festival
- Fireworks Festival
- Glowing Mushroom Observation
- Hama Asobi
- Occhogahama Pool
- Marriage Hunting in Hachijojima
Events to be held:
- Hotspring facilities (6/15~)
- Beach opening (7/1)
- beach house opening (7/22-8/20)
- All campsites on Hachijojima
If there is even one infected person on Hachijojima, the town policy may change.
Reference: Hachijo Town Official Website(Japanese Only)
Aogashima Island (26th, May Updated)
The declaration of a state of emergency was lifted on May 25, but it does not change the limited medical resources on the island. Those who are planning to visit the island as a tourist are asked to continue refraining from visiting the island for the time being.