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Atami Port(area:CHUBU/SHIZUOKA)

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This port is located adjacent to downtown Atami, a popular vacation spot for many Japanese people.
The city’s Nagisa neighborhood is well known for its beaches and seaside parks, such as Atami Sun Beach, a man-made beach that explodes with energy once summer vacation arrives. If you’d prefer to take a stroll along the beach, head to Shinsui Park, which is also utilized by the locals as an event venue. The Atami Port Fishing Office, a saltwater fishing spot, is also located here.
The Taga neighborhood, meanwhile, welcomes waves of visitors throughout the year to Nagahama Beach and Umieru Nagashima, a facility that doubles as an event venue and rest area.

Despite the city’s fame, the Port of Atami is also noteworthy in its own right, with regular ferry service to the small islands of Hatsushima and Izu Oshima off the Japanese archipelago. The port also features a berth of 7.5 meters (24 feet) in depth that allows large passenger ships to visit. It is here that the port will occasionally welcome the Nipponmaru, a passenger ship weighing 22,472 metric tons (25,471 short tons).

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Dining

Ajiro squid mince

Topics

Atami Marine Firework Festival

Port Information

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Location 6-11Wadahamaminamicho Atami Shizuoka,Japan map
Nearest major airport Haneda Airport(Train or Bus 90 minute ) map
Nearest major train station JR Tokaido Line Atami Station ( Bus  15 minute ) map
Nearest major bus station Tokai bus,Izuhakone bus Atamiko busstop ( Foot  0 minute ) map
Berth -7.5 Berth map
Service Terminal map
Tourist information map
Port management    
TEL 0557-82-9167  
E-MAIL atado-youchikanri@pref.shizuoka.lg.jp  

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