The ports, fishing ports, airports and shorelines of the Izu and Ogasawara Islands play a central role as key facilities that have a direct effect on the industry and economy of the islands as well as medical treatment, culture and other areas as bases for transporting people and goods.
The island dwellers numbering 28,000 live in the two towns and seven villages scattered over the 405.8 ㎢ area of the archipelagoes, which are administered by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government. The islands are also visited by many tourists.
For inquiries about our business,
please contact us through the following:
address:Bureau of Port and Harbor,Tokyo Metropolitan Government 8-1 Nishishinjuku 2-chome Shinjuku-ku Tokyo 163-8001, Japan (ALL inquiries should be written in English or Japanese.)