Photoluminescence (PL) properties of InN dots embedded in GaN were investigated. We observed a systematic blueshift in the emission energy as the average dot height was reduced. The widely size-tunable emission energy can be ascribed to the size quantization effect. Temperature-dependent PL measurements show that the emission peak energies of the dots are insensitive to temperature, as compared with that of bulk film, indicating the localization of carriers in the dots. A reduced quenching of the PL from the InN dots was also observed, implying superior emission properties for the embedded InN dot structures.