Tonaki Island ferry port in Okinawa connects you with Kume Island in Okinawa with a choice of up to 7 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Tonaki Island to Kume Island crossing is from 1 hour 20 minutes and the crossing is operated by Kume Line.
Tonaki Island is a village found in the Shimajiri District, laying off the east coast of Japan on the uninhabited Tonaki Island. The ferry routes departing the port are to other neighbouring islands, with two hour crossings to Kume Island and 2 hour 25 minute sailings to Naha.
Spellbound by a constant stream of inertia, Tonaki Island is the epitome of tranquillity; fishing and agriculture are the only forms of industry on the tiny island that only lays home to just over 400 people. The relatively difficult accessibility (it can only be reached by ferry) means that the sparse green land attracts very few visitors per year; those that do visit typically tend to only spend a day or two browsing the naturally idyllic surroundings before returning to more prominent tourists spots.
The most popular pastime on the island is to just stroll across the glorious terrain, soaking in the picturesque views as you traverse to the apex of the undulating hills. There is very little crime in the area, so embarking on a leisurely stroll in the evening is a safe way to attain a few enviable photos.