Monument of The Southernmost Part of Japan, Hateruma-jima

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On the distant island of Hateruma, facing a deep and seemingly endless ocean, you'll find Monument of The Southernmost Part of Japan. With the main monument built by the village of Taketomi to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the end of the war, the rugged and weathered coastline boasts a number of other interesting monuments. You'll find one built by students who were working on the island and used their pay to finance their own monument, as well as a snaking stone path leading to the monoliths, each stone of which is said to represent "a cornerstone of our country." Put Monument of The Southernmost Part of Japan and other Hateruma-jima attractions into our Hateruma-jima trip itinerary maker tool, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • It's kind of cool to visit the southernmost part of japan and snap a selfie, so if you happen to be staying at Hateruma for more than just a day trip at the beach, I'd definitely recommend renting a.....  more »
  • Titel says it all. For the rest not much to see. But it is nice to be able to say you went there. Gives you a nice view.  more »

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