Dogo island guide - explore the natural wonders and cultural treasures of Japan's hidden gem

  • Published on : 18/02/2024
  • by : Japan Experience

Dogo island, the largest of the Oki islands located off the coast of Shimane prefecture, offers a perfect getaway for nature lovers and culture enthusiasts. Despite its small size and population, Dogo boasts a rich history, stunning landscapes, unique traditions and delicious cuisine waiting to be discovered. This guide will highlight the main attractions and essential information to plan your trip.

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