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Visitor Center Wi-Fi Zamami Village Tourist Information Center (Zamami Tourism Association)

Zamami Village Tourist Information Center (Zamami Tourism Association)
Get top recommendations for Zamami-jima, Aka-jima, and Geruma-jima Islands!

This tourist information center is located at the gateway to Zamami Village―the Zamami Port Terminal. The center provides tourism services for visitors to the island, such as providing sightseeing information and help in finding accommodations. It also sends out brochures to those who are planning to come in the future. To assist visitors from overseas, there are foreign language-speaking staff and foreign language pamphlets available, as well. Make this one of your first stops upon landing on Zamami-jima Island for the best recommendations.

Facility Outline

Open:9:00 – 17:00
Closed:Open daily throughout the year
Usage Fee:Free of Charge (some services require a fee, such as using the computers and luggage check)
Foreign Languages Accommodated:English, French, and Spanish
Wi-Fi:Available
Dining:None
Address:Zamami, Zamami Village, Shimajiri County, Okinawa Prefecture (inside Zamami Port Terminal)
Tel:098-987-2277
Website:http://www.vill.zamami.okinawa.jp/guidemap/detail/208/
The underwater scenery loved by divers across the world
The underwater scenery loved by divers across the world
Kerama Sika(Cervus nippon keramae) that live on Aka-jima and Geruma-jima Islands
Kerama Sika(Cervus nippon keramae) that live on Aka-jima and Geruma-jima Islands
Message from the Facility
Satoru Miyazato, Chairman, Zamami Tourism Association
Zamami Village has some of the clearest ocean waters in the world, which are habitat to a dense population of various kinds of coral and are the breeding grounds of humpback whales. Its ecosystem is so diverse and environmentally valuable that it was designated a national park in 2014. Zamami is also a stopover point for rare migratory birds and home to a flourishing forest where you can find the Kerama Sika, a protected National Natural Monument. Please stop by on your visit, and if have any questions or need any help, don’t hesitate to ask.

Satoru Miyazato, Chairman, Zamami Tourism Association