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Yoronjima is the southernmost island in Japan. Because of this, it has become a central hub for tourism for Japanese locals, but it is a hidden gem to most foreign tourists. Yoronjima retains its strong ties to Okinawan culture, including specific drumming and dancing styles, festivals and styles of dress. The locals will welcome you with Yoron Kenpo, a strict ceremonial drinking ritual. Those with interest in learning more about this ancient culture can visit the Yoron Museum, which displays costumes, a replica of a traditional village and many other historical pieces. Other attractions include the beach with glass bottom boats and a limestone cave.