Underwater footage in the Kerama Islands. Broadclub cuttlefish (Sepia latimanus) spawning in the sea off the Kerama Islands. Female clutching an egg in its tentacles and moving slowly through the water. This large species of cuttlefish, common to Okinawa, grows to more than 50 cm in size. It lays its eggs (measuring about 3 cm across) on particular types of stony corals.
Underwater: manta rays, the most graceful swimmer in the Okinawa oceans
Drone shot: autumn at Onuma Quasi-National Park in Hokkaido
Amazing rocket launch moments in Japan
Festivals in Japan: Aomori Nebuta Festival
Underwater: northern sea lions flock to a tiny island