Tokashiki Island

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Tokashiki Island
Native name:
トゥガイフィガイ (Tugaifigai)
Aharen Beach On Tokashiki Island 2009 (7373).JPG
Aharen beach on Tokashiki island
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Geography
LocationPacific Ocean
Coordinates26°11′52″N 127°21′52″E / 26.19778°N 127.36444°E / 26.19778; 127.36444Coordinates: 26°11′52″N 127°21′52″E / 26.19778°N 127.36444°E / 26.19778; 127.36444
ArchipelagoKerama Islands
Administration
Japan
PrefectureOkinawa Prefecture
Largest settlementTokashiki

Tokashiki Island (渡嘉敷島, Tokashiki-jima, Okinawan: トゥガイフィガイ Tugaifigai)[1] is an island in the Pacific Ocean. It is part of the Kerama Islands group in Shimajiri District, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan.

Tokashiki is a hilly island of about 15.29 square kilometers with sheer cliffs which descend down to the seas.[2]

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