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Uno Port(area:CHUGOKU/OKAYAMA)

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The Uno Port is located at the south end of Tamano City, Okayama, on the Seto Inland Sea, one of the first national parks designated in Japan. It is blessed with scenic beauty and a warm climate.
A railroad and the Uno-Takamatsu ferry route were opened in 1910, and the port developed as a marine hub connecting Honshu and Shikoku. In 2006 a new 280-meter long quay that can accomodate large passenger ships went into service.
There are many appealing tourist attractions, art exhibits and gourmet restaurants around the Uno Port likely to make you forget the passing of time. Stop by the Uno Port; you won't regret it!

Port Area Tourist Information

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Dining

Tamano Ontama Meshi

Tamano Ontama Meshi is the local gourmet cuisine of Tamano City, consisting of fried rice with conger eel and cereal gr...

Dining

Mitsui Outlet Park Kurashiki

Mitsui Outlet Park Kurashiki is the first Mitsui Outlet Park in the Chugoku region, and is located in front of Kurashiki...

Main Attractions

Kurashiki Bikan Historical Ouarter

The Kurashiki Bikan Historical Quarter flourished in the Edo period (1603-1867) as a rice shipping area, and the warehou...

Topics

Cruise welcome event

When cruise ships come into the harbor, they are welcomed by streams of colored water, brass bands and "taiko" Japanese ...

Port Information

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Location Chikko,Tamano,Okayama,Japan map
Nearest major airport Okayama Airport(Car or Bus 80 minute ) map
Nearest major train station JR Uno Station ( Foot  5 minute ) map
Nearest major bus station Ryobi Bus, Uno Station Bus Stop ( Foot  5 minute ) map
Berth Berth for large passenger ships map
Port management Ports and Harbor Division Department of Pubric Works Okayama Prefectural Government  
TEL 086-226-7486  
E-MAIL 086-227-5551  

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