Okinawa Ao no Dokutsu “Blue Cave” (Cape Maeda)
Enjoy the Beautiful and Glistening Blue Scenery at This Popular Diving Spot!
Cape Maeda is located in Onna, a village on the northern part of Okinawa’s main island.
The cave beneath the cliff that faces the sea is known as “Ao no Dokutsu,” or “Blue Cave,” because the sunlight shining tｚhrough it lights it up in shades of blue. It is one of the most popular diving and snorkeling spots on Okinawa’s main island.
The sight of the sapphire-blue surface of the water as it glistens is absolutely stunning.
Even if you don’t plan on swimming, the visit is worth it even just for the view of the ocean from the observation deck. We also recommend visiting during the evening, as the area is also famous for its stunning sunset views. The beautiful scenery lends the area very well to use as a location for filming movies and commercials.
The most popular snorkeling and diving spot on Okinawa’s main island.
A must-see stunning natural view.
Various experience tours are available, such as diving and snorkeling, including versions that are beginner-friendly.
Facilities like parking lots, lockers, showers, and hair dryers are available. (Paid)
沖繩島上最受歡迎的浮潛勝地，即使是初學者也很放心安全，藍藍海灣 平靜海面 海底生物很多樣變化無窮
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- Name in Japanese
- 青の洞窟 (真栄田岬)
- Postal Code
- 469-1 Maeda, Onnason, Kunigamigun, Okinawa
- 098-982-5339 (Management office)
From January 1st through 3rd (Management office)
※Temporary closures may occur in the event of a typhoon or other urgent situation.
Varies by tour plan
Management Office 8:30am-5:30pm
Showers, Lockers, Hair Dryers 7:00am-6:30pm
(1) About a 1-hour drive from Naha Airport
(2) About 1 hour and 30 minutes from Naha Airport by No.120 bus, then about a 20-minute walk after getting off at the “Kuraha Bus Stop.”
- Official Website
- Official Website (Japanese)