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Imari Port(area:KYUSHU/SAGA)

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The Imari Port is located in the inner part of Imari Bay and is a fine natural portsurrounded by two peninsulas "Higashimatsuura and Kitamatsuura" as well as the town of Fukushima (in Nagasaki). In 1951, the port was designated as a Major Port.
Two rivers, the Imari River and Arita River, flow through the innermost part of the port. Under the Nabeshima Domain, a large amount of pottery was shipped to places as far as Europe from the mouth of the Imari River. That pottery is known today as "Koimari."
Today, hauling companies for raw wood, coal, and sand and gravel are located in Kubara-kita district, while large companies in the marine, timber, and semiconductor industries are located in Kubara-minami district. Furthermore, international container liner routes to China and Korea have been established in the Nanatsujima district.

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Imari Beef Hamburger

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Roadside station Imari Furusato Village

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Port Information

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Location 1538-5 Kubara, Yamashiro-cho, Imari-city, Saga, 848-0101, Japan map
Nearest major airport Fukuoka International Airport(Car or Train  102 minute ) map
Nearest major train station Kubara Station(Car or Foot  5 minute ) map
Berth South Kubara map
Port management Saga Prefectural Government, Prefectural Planning Head Office, Transport Policy Office, Ports & Harbors Division  
TEL 0952-25-7163  
E-MAIL kouwan@pref.saga.lg.jp  
Related links http://www.pref.saga.lg.jp/web/soshiki-ichiran/kendozukuri/_1735.html (Link to an external website)  

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