Shark Dives of Japan's Southern Honshu
This was an article published by Xray Magazine June 12 (Issue 92)
For a relatively small nation, Japan has an exceptional degree of marine biodiversity—especially among sharks and rays. Exotic elasmobranchs can be encountered virtually anywhere along the meandering coastline of southern Honshu (Japan’s large central island), but there are a handful of hotspots that shark fans should try not to miss.
Andy Murch is a fanatical big animal diver.
He has photographed and dived with more sharks than most people on this planet and he's very good at it.
Andy's images and shark stories have appeared in hundreds of books and magazines around the world from titles as varied as Canadian Geographic, Scuba Diving, FHM, Digital Photography, and the Journal of Zoology.