Beautiful, relaxed Yonaguni is Japan’s most south-westerly point and a world away from the hutle and bustle of Tokyo.
Underwater, Yonaguni is home to a unique and mysterious underwater monument that has divided scientific opinion. The Iseki stones are huge, pyramid like structures thought to be part of an ancient Japanese civilisation, dating back thousands of years. Whether this is man-made or a natural phenomenon, the stones provide an out of this world diving experience. An impressive and unusual sight, the area also has plenty of stunning marine life.
Highlights of which are hammerhead sharks (Nov-Jun) cuttlefish, marlin and sometimes whale sharks (Jan-Jun). Yonaguni is one of the biggest secrets in the diving world, full of mystery and marine life. A dive site not to miss.
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