The largest of Ise Bay's islands

  • 答志島全景
  • 答志島路地1
  • 答志島路地2
  • 路地3
  • 路地4
  • 答志島 漁港
  • 答志島 漁港3
  • 答志島 漁港2
  • 答志島 海女小屋
  • 和具サンシャインビーチ
  • 答志島全景
  • 答志島路地1
  • 答志島路地2
  • 路地3
  • 路地4
  • 答志島 漁港
  • 答志島 漁港3
  • 答志島 漁港2
  • 答志島 海女小屋
  • 和具サンシャインビーチ
Located 2.5 km northeast of Toba Port, Toshijima, is the largest of Ise Bay's islands. The island's three hamlets are home to around 1,598 people (as of February 29, 2016). Almost 80% of the islanders are engaged in commercial fishing. The island preserves unique traditions, such as the system of neyako, and festivals held to pray for safety at sea and good catches of fish. The island has historic sites associated with Yoshitaka Kuki, who led a band of seafaring warriors during the Sengoku period (roughly between the 15th and early 17th centuries), when civil war affected most of the country.
● Circumference 26.3 km

Basic Information

Address 三重県鳥羽市答志町
Directions Approx 25 minutes from "Toba Marine Terminal" By ferry.

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