The black and white Oma Cape Lighthouse stands on Benteto Island of Oma Cape, which is designated as part of Shimokita Hanto Quasi-National Park. The Oma Cape Lighthouse has been chosen as one of the top 50 lighthouses of Japan. During the tuna fishing season (July-January), pole-and-line fishing boats can be seen from the cape.
Cape Oma is located on the northern most part of Honshu. On clear days, the city of Hakodate in Hokkaido can be seen across the ocean. Oma’s city symbol is a tuna pole-and-line fishing statue and a stone monument marking the northern most point of Japan’s main island, Honshu.. A common kitchen, free rest place (April-October), tent sites (free) are available nearby.
A 90-minute Ferry Ride to Hakodate
Oma is 17 km (10 miles) from Hakodate, a 90-minute ride on a ferry. Visitors can easily enjoy both Shimokita Peninsula of Aomori prefecture and the Donan, the southern region of Hokkaido.
|Address||10 Netanai Oma-machi Shimokita-gun Aomori-ken 039-4601|
|Hours of Opeartion||5:30 ~ 19:00|
|URL||Tsugaru Kaikyo Ferry(English/Korean/Chinese)|
- Oma Town Hall Industry Promotion Division
- Telephone Number
- JR Hachinohe Station
Aoi-mori Railway Hachinohe Station
Aoi-mori Line 45 minute ride(¥1,340)
JR Ominato Line 55 minute ride(¥1,140)
JR Shimokita Station
Shimokita Transport Bus Mutsu/Sai Line 1 hour 30 minute ride(¥1,990)
Get off at Oma-saki (Cape Oma)
- (Japanese) Oma Town HallSee trip advisor
- Free Wi-Fi
- Tax Free
- Parking Lot
- Face Masks