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Gounoura Port(area:KYUSHU/NAGASAKI)

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lki, an island blessed with prinstine nature and ancient legends, will transport you to the ancient wonders of Japan. Iki is also a perfect place for marine sports enthusiasts, sake tasters and gourmands. The 133km2 island is located at the northern end of Kyushu in the Genkai Sea, within the Iki-Tsushima Quasi-National Park where people and rare animals live together harmoniously.

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Dining

Bowl of rice topped with fresh sea urchin

Sea urchin bokkakedon is enjoyed as a rice dish generously topped with fresh sea urchin. It is a specialty of Iki Island, a simple yet fine...

Dining

Gonoura-cho Shopping Area

The Gonoura-cho shopping area, a short distance from the Gonoura Port, makes up the heart of the town. Shops line the...

Main Attractions

IKI CITY IKIKOKU MUSEUM

Iki City Ikikoku Museum opened in March 2010 representing the last work by the late world-renowned architect Kisho Kurokawa. The...

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Monkey Rock

Monkey Rock is situated on a basaltic plateau atop a 45-meter high sea cliff in the western part of Iki Island. By a whim of nature, it...

Port Information

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Location Gounoura,Gounoura-cho,Iki-city,Nagasaki-Prefecture,811-5135 map
Nearest major airport Iki Airport ( 20 min. by car ) map
Nearest major bus station Iki-kotsu Gounoura-kou ( 5 min. by car ) map
Berth Gounoura Pier map
Port management Nagasaki Prefectural Government Ports and Harbors Division  
TEL 095-824-1111  
E-MAIL s08040@pref.nagasaki.lg.jp  
Related links http://www.doboku.pref.nagasaki.jp/~kouwan/ (Link to an external website)  

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