Crimon Java or Karimun Java / Karimunjava (Indonesian: Karimunjawa / Karimun Jawa) is an archipelago of 27 islands in the Java Sea, Indonesia, roughly Eighty kilometres northwest of Jepara. The islands' name means 'a stone's throw from Java' in Javanese. They have a overall land area of 78 km2. The primary island is recognized as Karimun (2,700 ha), while the second-biggest island is Kemujan Island (1,400 ha).
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In 2011, the population of the island group was approximately 9,000 who lived on five of the islands. The population is largely Javanese, with pockets of Bugis and Madurese inhabitants. Javanese tradition is dominant in the islands which are the only islands off Java where Javanese is the lingua franca.