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Open tickets are valid for up to 12 months from booking date (see ticket conditions).

Open Ticket?

Open tickets are valid for up to 12 months from booking date (see ticket conditions).

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How To Get To Naha Ferry Port

  • Naha Accommodation

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Naha Ferry Services

Naha Guide

Naha Ferry Port

Naha Port is situated on the south coast of Okinawa, the southernmost prefecture belonging to Japan. The only ferry routes departing from Naha are to Tonaki Island and Kume Island, both crossing once per day and lasting between two and four hours. Naha epitomises Japan’s modern infrastructure; skyscrapers, high-rise apartments and an elevated monorail decorate the skyline. On the streets, the makeup of Naha may differ from expectation, visitors can witness the myriad of travellers and backpackers weaving between the quintessential traffic jam. To get right in the heart of the action, Kokusai Street is a mile long stretch of coffee shops, restaurants and clothing stores, though be prepared to dodge in and out of the rushing foot traffic. Next to Kokusai Street, the Makeshi Public Market on main Market Street is a hub of energy, with endless stalls offering local delicacies. Away from the busy streets lined with outlets, many cultural landmarks are scattered around the city. For a touch of education into the history of the area, there are a couple of museums that are well worth a visit, alternatively, the historical sites of Shrikinjocho Stone Path and Shurijo Castle are perfect for a day of sightseeing. The Naha monorail links the major areas of the city, though it doesn’t run to the port. Much of the city centre can be covered by foot, or there are taxis for quick and convenient transport.

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