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Naha Port(area:OKINAWA/OKINAWA)

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It is said that about 500 years ago, Naha Port opened as a departure point for the trading ships to China. As a gateway to the Ryukyu Kingdom, it has been developed as a trading hub to China, Southeast Asia, Korea and Japan. The port is continuously developed as a gateway of tourism and commerce by sea. One of the must-visit places in Naha is Kokusai-dori Street (International Street). It is about a 20-minute walk from Nara Cruise Terminal, and lined with souvenir shops, cafés and restaurants. Naha is dotted with tourist spots, such as Tsuboya Yachimun-dori Street, home to Tsuboya-yaki potteries, and Makishi Public Market, which evokes nostalgia for old Okinawa. Bustling with people, products and cultures across Japan and around the world, the port is a very tropical, adventure-filled place to visit.

Port Area Tourist Information

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Dining

Peanut-Tofu

"Jimami" means "peanuts" in Okinawan language. Although the word "tofu" is in its name, "Jimami-tofu" is not processed...

Dining

Shuri-ori Weaving

"Shuri-ori" refers to weaving techniques that have been inherited in the castle town of Shuri. It includes "Shuri Kasuri...

Main Attractions

Naminoue Umisora Park

Naminoue Umisora Park is a tourist spot located on the western bay area of Naha. It has a diving and snorkeling beach where you can...

Topics

The Naha Giant Tug-of-War

The Naha Giant Tug-of-War dates back to the old Ryukyu era. It gradually developed from a farming community event to a town event, and...

Port Information

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Location Tondocho 2-1 Naha, Okinawa, 900-0035 Japan map
Nearest major airport NAHA AIRPORT(Car  10 minute ) map
Nearest major train station Monorail "Kencho-mae" Station ( Foot  15 minute ) map
Berth Berth #8 map
Port management Naha PortAuthority  
TEL 098-868-4544  
E-MAIL kumiai@nahaport.jp  
Related links Naha PortAuthority Official Homepage (Link to an external website)  

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