This study attempts to show that the response of the government, local community, and private organizations regarding the management of isolated islands, which has recently been drawing attention to its ocean strategies of the Japanese government. According to the existing research, Japan’s ocean policy was mainly carried out through the government-led strategies and the legal systems. This paper suggest that the roles of various actors such as private organizations and local communities. While the remote border Island has been described as strategic area to ocean policy, they are facing a population decline due to aging population, lack of employment, and poor infrastructure. In order to solve this problem, the Japanese government revised the laws. This study examines cooperations between local governments and private sectors based on Japanese ocean policy. This paper conclude that the Japanese ocean policy is promote with comprehensive management, the government, the private sector and local governments are strengthening cooperation in remote islands.