伊豆七島

八丈島 神湊港
Kaminato Port at Hachijo-jima Island in Izu Islands
33 07.950N 139 48.350E(神湊港入口)
                            
艇を留める位置の詳細は下記Google Mapで航空写真を選択し、拡大
googlemap 神湊港012
googlemap 三宅島阿古港→八丈島神湊港012
googlemap 八丈島神湊港→小笠原父島二見港012

航路情報
三宅島阿古漁港→八丈島 神湊港012
八丈島神湊港→小笠原父島二見港012

初めて、八丈島 神湊港にやってきました012

八丈島 神湊港 泊地情報  2012.6.15 :

八丈島は沿海仕様では来ることができません。
近海が必要となります。

八丈島神湊港へのアプローチ:
八丈島神湊港の入口は解り難い。

右端に小さな黄色の燈台。その左に大きな白い燈台の立つ堤防の裏が
八丈島神湊港の入口
この港入口の堤防が、前に出ているのでは無く、
左から右へ延びる岸壁の様に背景と一体に見える。


1)先ず、この右端に小さな黄色、少し奥に白い大きな燈台のある堤防を見つける。
2)次に、この黄色の小さな燈台のある堤防右手端を左に見て回り込む。
3)黄色小燈台の裏に回ると、奥の右手に右から延びる堤防。
  その左端に赤燈台。
4)白い大きな燈台のある堤防に沿って奥に進み、赤燈台を右手に
  見て進むと港内に入る。
5)さらに、奥右手に小さな黄色燈台。
6)右手黄色小燈台に沿って右折。
7)右折するとさらに小さな黄色小燈台。この裏側がヨット係留岸壁。
8)左に漁協と荷揚げ岸壁が見える。
9)漁協の反対側岸壁、進行右岸壁がヨット係留岸壁

水:岸壁から1分。トイレ横の蛇口。蛇口回しキーが必要
トイレ:岸壁から1分。ただし、和式。土曜に清掃と紙の補給が行われる。
風呂:港の近場には無い。バスないしレンタカーで温泉まで。
    温泉は1)樫立向里温泉、ふれあいの湯。これが一番近い。地元の人が良く行く。風情あり。
        2)末吉温泉・みはらしに湯。露天風呂あり、景色良し。
        3)中之郷温泉・やすらぎの湯。清潔。
        これ以外にBOON、水着で入る裏見ケ温泉もある。
燃料:歩いて10分、スタンドあり。
コインランドリー:無し。1泊しただけの釣り宿、アサギクでは宿泊しなくても使わせてくれた。
店:歩いて20分。八丈ストアー。かなり大きなスーパー。なんでも揃う。
食事:港近くに宝亭。うまい。ただし、少し高い。
    信号、護神交差点付近に何軒もあり。
飲み屋:梁山泊。護神交差点付近に何軒もあり。

泊地情報、航路情報一覧に戻る

Kaminato Port at Hachijo-jima Island in Izu Islands
Google Map  Ako Port at Miyake-jima Island→Kaminato Port at Hachijyo-jima Island
Google Map  Kaminato Port→Futami Port at Chichi-jima Island in Ogasawara Islands

June 15, 2012
Approaching Kaminato Port:
It is hard to find the entrance of Kaminato Port at Hachijo-jima Island.
The port entrance is behind a breakwater which has a yellow small light at the right end.
The breakwater also has a big white lighthouse in the left of the yellow light.
While the breakwater is located in front of the port, it seems to be blended into the background and looks like a quay.


1) First, you find out the breakwater which has a small yellow light at the right end and a big white lighthouse in the middle.
2) Second, pass by the right end (at which the small yellow light is) of the breakwater on your left and turn into the port.
3) At the backside of the small yellow light, you will see a breakwater running from the right on the right ahead of you.
  The breakwater has a red lighthouse at the left end.

4) Move further inside along the breakwater which has the big white lighthouse, and pass the red lighthouse to your right, then you will be inside of the port.
5) You will see another small yellow light in the further right inside.
6) Turn right at the small yellow light.
7) Once you turn right, you will see another small yellow light. Your sailing boat berth (the red line in the picture) is located behind it.
8) You may see a building of fishermen’s cooperative, “Gyo-kyo”, and a quay for landing on your left.
9) Your sailing boat berth is a quay on your right, the opposite side of the building.

Water can be taken at a water tap outside of the toilet. A key is required to open.
There is a Japanese style toilet one minute away from the quay.
As there is no public bath house around the port, you have to go to one of Onsens (hot springs) below by bus or rent-a-car:

1) Kashitatemukaizato Onsen “Fureai no Yu”: This has a taste and is the best of Onsens. Local people go there.
2) Sueyoshi Onsen “Miharashi no Yu”: This has a great view and an open air spa.
3) Nakanogo Onsen “Yasuragi no Yu”: This is a clean Onsen.
In addition, there are Uramigataki Onsen in which you put on a swimsuite and Za BOON.

Fuel is at a gas station 10 minutes walk away.
No coin laundry. I used a laundry machine at “Asagiku”, an inn for fishing tourists.
I stayed there for just one night though, I used the machine without staying.

There is a big supermarket “Hachijo Store” 20 minutes walk away which has a good selection of goods.
“Takara Tei” is a good restaurant near the port. Delicious, but expensive a little bit.
There are many restaurants and drinking places around Goshin intersection. “Rhozanbaku” is a good drinking place.

Additional Information for English Version

Tokai Kisen, a shipping company of ferry services for Izu islands, has an English guide:
http://www.tokaikisen.co.jp/english/island/hachijojima/index.shtml
This page also has a good guide of Onsens above with pictures.

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