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When permissible: 5 island properties to check out

Nothing to remind you of remoteness than sand, sea, and salt air.

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    Located on Ikuchijima island, Japan, is Azumi Setoda, a property whose design is inspired by the mutable properties of wood, stone and soil. There's plenty of time for self-reflection on this island of just 8,000. Cycling by the sea is as popular as immersing yourself in ryokan-style hospitality.

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