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Izuhara Port(area:KYUSHU/NAGASAKI)

Islands

The island of Tsushima is closer to South Korea than it is to the Japanese mainland, and when the weather is clear, the Korean city of Busan can be seen from the western side of the island. Due to its geographical location, Tsushima is called a "National Border Island" and it has played an important role in corresponding with the Asian continent since ancient times.
Forests cover 89 percent of the island, making Tsushima a great destination for nature-lovers. There is much native flora and fauna including the Tsushima Leopard Cat, an endangered wild cat. The vivid blue sea, deep green mountains and historical sites attract both domestic and overseas visitors all year round.

Port Area Tourist Information

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Dining

kasumaki(Sweet bean rolls)

Kasumaki is a confectionery unique to Tsushima, consisting of red bean paste wrapped in thick castella sponge cake. In the Edo...

Main Attractions

Mt. Eboshi Viewpoint

Mt. Eboshi (176 m) is accessible nearly to the peak by road. From there, a flight of 145 steps (with handrails) takes visitors to the...

Topics

Cruise ships welcome event

Visitors are extended a welcome by performances of Tsushima moko-daiko drumming, native to the Komoda district...

Port Information

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Location Higashisato,Izuhara-cho,Tsushima-City,Nagasaki-Prefecture , 817-0016 map
Nearest major airport Tsushima Airport ( 30 min. by car ) map
Nearest major bus station Tsushima-kotsu Izuhara-sanbashi ( 5 min. walk ) map
Berth Izuhara #3,#4 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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