Hakata ferry port in Japan connects you with Busan in South Korea with a choice of up to 28 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Hakata to Busan crossing is from 3 hours 5 minutes and the crossing is operated by Camellia Line & JR Kyushu Jet Ferry.
The marina terminal at Hakata Port is one of Japan’s biggest and busiest ports, with both domestic and international cruise ships entering the harbour. The port is located in an area that’s renowned for the rich comfortable lives of its inhabitants, making it one of the most sought-after areas of Japan. The port offers luxury ferries to both Shanghai in China and Busan in Korea, creating a diverse mix of people in and around the hub making it a relaxing and safe place for visitors.
Hakata Port is found on Fukuoka, Kyushu’s largest city, and it’s still growing. Some confusion surrounds the area after two towns formed in 1889, creating a debate around the name of the place – some people still refer to the port as Fukuoka, though it is widely accepted as Hakata Port.
The ferry terminal is located very close to the city centre and is within walking distance for those who are partial to a stroll. There are also bus services that run to the terminal; the city provides free Wi-fi making it easy to research bus timetables or book a taxi for quick and stress free transport.
14-1 Okihama-machi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka city
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