Hate no Hama

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Hate no Hama is a beach island located around 5 kilometers away from Kume Island in Okinawa. It is an uninhabited island.
Hate no Hama is made up of three islands. From closest to farthest from Kume Island, they are “Menuhama,” “Nakanuhama,” and “Hatinuhama,” but collectively they are known as “Hate no Hama.”
Known for being the most beautiful water in the east, Okinawa’s seawater is gorgeous and extremely clear.
Hate no Hama has also appeared in a commercial for the search engine Google.

You can enjoy both swimming and snorkeling at Hate no Hama.
As Hate no Hama is a sand bar island, there is no shade, so be sure to use sunscreen to prevent sunburns.
You can reach Hate no Hama by taking a boat service from Kume Island.
Most of the boat services are by reservation only, so be sure to make an appointment in advance!

Tour Boat, Hate no Hama, Ocean
[Tour Boat, Hate no Hama, Ocean]

Basic information on Hate no Hama

Hate no Hama

Address
Shimajirigun Kumejimacho, Okinawa
Access
30 minutes by boat from Kume Island
Tel
098-896-7010(Kumejimacho tourist association)
URL(Japanese)
http://www.kanko-kumejima.com/%E5%B3%B6%E3%82%92%E6%84%89%E3%81%97%E3%82%80/%E3%83%8F%E3%83%86%E3%81%AE%E6%B5%9C