Japan’s diving scene used to be a well-kept secret, but more and more people have realised that Japan has much more to offer than just sushi and karaoke. The country spans a vast latitudinal range, from the tropical south where coral reefs dominate around Okinawa and the other Ryukyu Islands, into the almost subarctic north. As a result, its biological diversity is great, with many different habitats accommodating a wide array of species.
This was an article published by Xray Magazine September 2020(Issue 100)
Year 2020. The coronavirus pandemic has confronted the world with an unprecedented situation. Many countries went into lockdown, and as a result, many people were forced to stay indoors, including myself in Japan. Although Japan never went into an official “lock- down”—it instead went into a so-called state of emergency— I could not wait to get out of the Tokyo metropolis as soon as restrictions were lifted.
Japan National Tourism Organization(JNTO) with coordination with "Dive In Japan" has launched its first diving information site in Japan on 01 April, aiming to attract divers from all over the world.