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Yokkaichi Port(area:CHUBU/MIE)

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Yokkaichi Port is located at the center of the Japanese archipelago and is right next to where Chubu, Kinki and Hokuriku meet, providing a gateway to the tourist and leisure spots in these areas. In particular, the Shin-Meishin Expressway (between the Kameyama Junction and the Kusatsu-Tanakami Interchange) and the R421 Ishigure Tunnel opened in 2008 and 2011, respectively, dramatically improving access to Kyoto and Shiga. It is directly connected to the Yokkaichi Higashi Interchange on the Higashi-Meihan Expressway by prefectural road (about 10 minutes).

In Mie, where the Yokkaichi Port is located, there are many appealing tourist and leisure spots, including the Ise Grand Shrine, the Nagashima Resort and the Suzuka Circuit.

Port Area Tourist Information

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Dining

Bankonosato kaikan

Yokkaichi Banko ware is said to be first made by Nunami Rozan in 1736, and Banko ware earthen pots account for around 80% of domestic...

Main Attractions

Iga-ryu Ninja Museum

An original tactic developed in Iga region, Mie prefecture is called Ninja art, and people who use the Ninja art are called Ninja.[IGA Ninja...

Port Information

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Location 1-1 Kasumi 2-cyome,Yokkaichi Mie,510-0011 map
Nearest major airport Chubu Centrair International Airport(Car  70 minute ) map
Nearest major train station JR Tomidahama Station(Car  10 minute ) map
Nearest major bus station Sangi Bus JR Tomida Station(Car  15 minute ) map
Berth Kasumigaura South Pier Wharfs No.24 map
Port management Yokkaichi Port Authority  
TEL 059-366-7022  
E-MAIL shinko@yokkaichi-port.or.jp  
Related links http://www.yokkaichi-port.or.jp/ (Link to an external website)  

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