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Ogi Port(area:HOKURIKU/NIIGATA)

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The port of Ogi is a natural port located at the south end of Sado Island. During the Edo period, the port flourished with the transport of gold and silver from the Sado gold mine. In 1974, the port was designated one of the important ports as a sea route for Sado Island, the entrance to sightseeing, and as the terminal of tub ships. There are various sightseeing spots around the port of Ogi where you can enjoy the experience of walking around the townscape of Shukunegi, ride a tub ship, and take drum lessons from the staff of Kodo, a drum performance group.

Port Area Tourist Information

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Dining

Sado Natural Yellowtail Cutlet Rice Bowl

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This dish has quickly gained popularity to become a newer culinary specialty of Sado. Buri-katsu don (Yellowtail Cutlet Rice Bowl)...

Dining

“Living in harmony with the toki” certified rice

Rice that has been cultivated in alignment with farming methods designed to protect animals has decreased the use of pesticides ...

Main Attractions

Sado Gold Mine

From the Edo era to 1989 when operation was stopped, 78 tons of gold was mined as the largest gold mine in Japan. Under the...

Topics

Tarai-bune experience

“Tarai Bune (Tub Boat)” can be seen at any place in Ogi it, are used to fishing and gathering of seaweed, abalone and turban....

Port Information

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Location 2123 Ogi-machi,Sado City,Niigata map
Nearest major bus station Ogi Port Sado Kisen ( Foot  1 minute ) map
Berth North Wharf 2 map
Service Terminal map
Tourist information map
Port management Port Promotion Division, Bureau of Transportation Policy, Niigata  
TEL 025-280-5455  
E-MAIL ngt170010@pref.niigata.lg.jp  
Related links Niigata Prefectural Government web  

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