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Mitajiri-Nakanoseki Port(area:CHUGOKU/YAMAGUCHI)

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The port of Mitajirinakanoseki is located in the middle of the coast of the Seto Inland Sea in Yamaguchi Prefecture with Mitajiri Plain laying behind and surrounded by the Edomari Peninsula and Mukoshima Island. The port forms a natural harbor convenient for berthing and is a key spot for maritime traffic. Nakanoseki No. 3 is mainly used for the export of finished vehicles, which are loaded on large PCC (pure car carrier) vessels and delivered all over the world including North America, Europe, and Australia.

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Port Information

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Location Hamakata,Hofu City,Yamaguchi 747-0833 JAPAN map
Nearest major airport Yamaguchi-Ube Air Port(Car 50 minute ) map
Nearest major train station JR Hofu Sta. ( Foot  15 minute ) map
Berth Nakanoseki No.3 Wharf map
Port management Hofu Port Depo  
TEL 0835-22-6209  
E-MAIL a181061@pref.yamaguchi.lg.jp  
Related links http://www.pref.yamaguchi.lg.jp/cms/a18700/index/  

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