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Nakagusukuwan Port(area:OKINAWA/OKINAWA)

Nakagusukuwan Port is developed as a distribution base to ensure smooth circulation of goods in Okinawa.
Cruise ship calls to Nakagusukuwan Port Shinko Terminal for the first time in 5 years from 2016.
We confirmed the safety of navigation and under the certain conditions it became possible to calls a 160,000-ton cruise ship

Port Area Tourist Information

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Dining

Okinawa Soba Noodle Soup

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Southeast Botanical Gardens

The gardens is home to more than 1,300 species of tropical and subtropical plants. Visitors can see unique Okinawan...

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Okinawa Bullfighting

Bullfighting tournaments are one of Okinawa’s more popular tourist attractions and consist of up to 20 bullfights...

Port Information

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Location Kaihou Town,Okinawa City,Okinawa Prefecture map
Nearest major airport Naha airport(Car or Train or Bus 90 minute ) map
Nearest major train station sample text sample text sample text ( Foot  15 minute )
Nearest major bus station Awace2ku ( Car or Train or Bus  20 minute )
Berth Nisifutou-13.0m Wharf
Nisifutou-10.0m Wharf
Port management Okinawa Prefecture Department of Civil Engineering and Construction Port Division  
TEL 098-866-2395  
E-MAIL aa062006@pref.okinawa.lg.jp  
Related links Okinawa Prefecture Department of Civil Engineering and Construction Port Division (Link to an external website)  

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