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Misumi Port(area:KYUSHU/KUMAMOTO)

     

Misumi Port is located at the tip of Uto Peninsula in the center of Kumamoto Prefecture. As the area also faces the Amakusa Oyano Peninsula, it is naturally suited to being a harbor. In addition, since the JR Kyushu Railway Company established the “A Train” between Kumamoto Station and Misumi Station, Misumi Port has welcomed many visitors. As for Misumi West Port, its masonry-stone wharf and waterways have remained unchanged from the time of their construction, and thus the port has become an important and unique national legacy of Japan’s era of industrial modernization. In July 2015, Misumi West Port, along with Miike Coal Mine and Manda Pit in nearby Arao City were officially designated as World Heritage Sites for their roles in helping shape the industrial modernization of Meiji Era Japan and its representative fields of steel and iron manufacturing, shipbuilding, and coal industry.

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Dining

Kaisendon (Bowl of rice topped with sashimi)

Topics

Amakusa Takarajima Line

Port Information

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Location Misumiura 1160-177, Misumimachi, Uki-shi, Kumamoto map
Nearest major airport Kumamoto Airport(Car 90 minute ) map
Nearest major train station JR Misumi Line Misumi Station ( Foot  1 minute ) map
Nearest major bus station KyusyusannkouBus prefecture south exercise park entrance bus stop ( Foot  1 minute ) map
Berth Kiwasaki 7.5m map
Port management Ports Dvision Kumamoto Prefectural Government  
TEL 096-333-2516  
E-MAIL kouwan@pref.kumamoto.lg.jp  

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