The Mukojima White-eye (Apalopteron familiare familiare) is the extinct nominate subspecies of the Bonin White-eye. Previously, it was considered to be part of the Honeyeater family and as such was known as the Mukojima Honeyeater.
It occurred on Muko-jima and Nakodo-jima in the northern group of the Ogasawara Islands located south of Tokyo, Japan.
The last record were specimens taken in January 1930 on Muko-jima. By that time, this species had already disappeared from Nakodo-jima.