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กExclusive Berth for Cruise Ships
กResort Okinawa
กWorld Heritage
กTourist Spots
กTrading Hub of East Asia
กKeystone
กPresent State of Naha Port
กViability of Naha Port Container Transshipment Port
กTerminal Operated by a Wholly Private Corporation
กFacility Overview of International Container Terminal
กPilot and Tug Service at Naha Port
กLogistics Hub Development by Public Offering
กUndersea Tunnel Linking Sea and Air
กFree Trade ZoneiFTZj
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Close to 60 vessels on international cruise, both regular and occasional services, visit Naha Port each year; the port is one of Japan's most popular cruise stops.
It does not have an exclusive wharf yet to handle large passenger vessels, and therefore uses a cargo wharf as a temporary measure. The number of cruise ships visiting Naha is only expected to rise, and therefore an exclusive berth for cruise ships is scheduled to be built by 2009 in the Wakasa zone of Tomari Wharf, which is located in the urban district.
@Downtown and Kokusai Street are only 15 minutes away on foot from this cruise ship berth. How about spending some time on the white sandy Naminoue Beach, or at Fukushuen, a Chinese garden.
@We will strive to be Japan's international exchange hub in the South, and become an international cruise base.
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21 Tondo-cho,Naha,Okinawa, 900-0035 Japan
TEL:+81-98-868-4544 FAX:+81-98-862-4233
kumiai@nahaport.jp

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