Sea Kayaking, cycling, fishing, swimming, camping, star gazing through giant telescopes, hiking, and the list goes on!
Surrounded by gorgeous blue-green waters, Maejima is maybe ‘only’ 10 km long but things to do there are endless! Come and cycle around the island as you enjoy the gentle spring breeze and cherry blossoms, or hop on a kayak in the summertime and stop by one of Maejima’s sandy beaches.
For the more adventurous ones, try out a two day camping/kayak trip in Autumn during the full-moon and experience Tsukimi (月見-Moon viewing) one of Japan’s oldest traditions. If camping is not your thing and you wish to simply have a nice and relaxing weekend, there are many pensions and minshukus (民宿-guesthouse) scattered all around the island from where you are sure to enjoy not only some delicious fresh food, but also admire the magnificent sunset Ushimado bay is famous for.
If you happen to have a group of 10 people or more, Carillon House is the place to go! Not only does it cater to large groups, they also offer a rich panel of activities and transportation to and from Maejima port.