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HAGI Port(area:CHUGOKU/YAMAGUCHI)

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The port of Hagi is located in the north of Yamaguchi Prefecture and has flourished as the gateway for continental trade from ancient times, where active cultural exchange and trade has taken place with China. The Gatako area is well developed for maritime recreation with a harbor for small ships and a dock for even 4000GT class vessels. Behind the port is an engine of the Meiji Restoration, Hagi, which established the foundation of modernization about 150 years ago and now many people visit there every year.

Port Area Tourist Information

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Dining

Natsumikan Orange Sweets

Cultivation of the Citrus “Natsumikan” was begun at the samurai’s residence garden so as to relieve the samurai family who lost...

Dining

Roadside Station "Hagi Seamart Market"

This facility promotes the delicious food culture that was developed in the castle town of Hagi by offering fresh seasonal...

Main Attractions

Hagi Castle Town

Hagi Castle Town is designated a National Historical Site, with streets laid out in a grid containing rows of samurai residences...

Topics

Hagi Jidai Festival

The Hagi Daimyo Procession has been performed in Hagi City since ancient times. It is a parade that winds its way through...

Port Information

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Location 6080-6,Chinto,Hagi City,Yamaguchi 758-0011 JAPAN map
Nearest major airport Yamaguchi-Ube Air Port(Car 70 minute ) map
Nearest major train station JR Koshigahama Sta. ( Foot  10 minute ) map
Berth Gatakou(A) Wharf map
Port management Hagi Port Depo  
TEL 0838-25-0033  
Related links http://www.pref.yamaguchi.lg.jp/cms/a18700/index/  

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