Niijima Ferry

Niijima ferries connect Izu Islands with Japan with crossings available to Tokyo & Kurihama (in Japan) & Izu Oshima, Toshima, Shikinejima & Kozushima (in Izu Islands). Niijima Ferry crossings are operated by Tokai Kisen and depending on time of year you’ll find a choice of up to 31 ferry crossings weekly.

There are up to 31 ferry crossings weekly from Niijima with sailing durations starting from 15 minutes. Our Niijima ferry summary provides a good guide but for the latest sailing information use our fare search.

Niijima

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Niijima Ferry Services

  • Tokai Kisen
    • 10 Sailings Weekly 2 hr 20 min
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  • Tokai Kisen
    • 1 Sailing Weekly 2 hr 5 min
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  • Tokai Kisen
    • 7 Sailings Weekly 45 min
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  • Tokai Kisen
    • 5 Sailings Weekly 24 min
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  • Tokai Kisen
    • 7 Sailings Weekly 15 min
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  • Tokai Kisen
    • 1 Sailing Weekly 50 min
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Niijima Ferry Port

Lying in the Philippine Sea, Niijima is a volcanic Japanese island laying to the south of Tokyo. The ferry routes departing the port are to other coastal towns and cities belonging to Japan, the most common being the daily sailing to the capital city of Tokyo.

What is there to do around Niijima?


Bathing in natural hot springs whilst looking out at the deep blue waters of the Philippine Sea doesn’t sound like a bad way to spend a few hours. The Matsugasita Masayu Hot Spring and Yunohama Roten Onsen are the standout attractions on an island inundated by a myriad of interesting and adventurous landmarks. To continue exploring the great outdoors of Niijima, Habushuira Beach is the most popular beach on the island and offers beautiful views in glorious weather – an idyllic combination.

Whilst at the beach, it is worthwhile grabbing a surfboard and hitting the waves. The beach is one of Japan’s most renowned and widely recognised surfing spots, and those who aren’t adept at surfing can sit back and watch the surfers tackle the intense waves. For a refreshing change of pace from the wave of surfers, the Niijima Glass Art Centre allows visitors the chance to learn the art of creating original glass product.

How do visitors get around Niijima?


The island is relatively small, so it is possible to cover much of it by foot or bicycle.