|Pseudonym reading||Tabi no Kiji Seichi|
|Specified type||Prefecture designation|
|Type||Natural monuments and plants|
|Designated date||April 5, 1954|
|owner||Outside Yamada Fishery Cooperative Association|
Funakoshi Oshima, which is native to Tabuchiki, is approximately 800 meters southeast of the southern end of the Funakoshi Peninsula, and is approximately 800 meters long and 200 to 300 meters wide.
Tabuchiki is densely grown on the southern half of the island, on the side facing the open ocean.
Tabuchiki is a tall tree of the Cupressaceae family, which is not in the state of primary forest, but is a thing that re-emerged from the once harvested stock, often with several stems from one strain, and the trunk is also young .
In the vicinity of this area, they also inhabit some of Tanohama, Otanitori on the Funakoshi Peninsula and Oshima in the Yamada Bay.
Tabuchiki native place is scientifically valuable as the northern limit distribution area on the Pacific coast of Japan.