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Tokuyama-Kudamatsu Port(area:CHUGOKU/Yamaguchi)

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The Port of Tokuyamakudamatsu is located in the middle of the coast of the Seto Inland Sea in Yamaguchi Prefecture and has been used as a natural port convenient for berthing for many years. Surrounded by Kasado Island and Ozu Island, this port enjoys a good location within walking distance from JR Tokuyama Station.

Port Area Tourist Information

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Port Information

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Location 6-22,Harumi-cho,Shunan City,Yamaguchi 745-0024 JAPAN map
Nearest major airport Iwakuni-Kintaikyo Air Port(Car 60 minute ) map
Nearest major train station JR Tokuyama Sta. ( Foot  20 minute ) map
Berth Harumi No.3-4 Wharf map
Port management Shuunan Port&Harbor Manegement Office  
TEL 0834-21-1787  
E-MAIL unyuseisakuka@pref.tokushima.jp  
Related links http://www.pref.yamaguchi.lg.jp/cms/a18700/index/  

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