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How To Get To Misumi Ferry Port

  • Misumi Accommodation

    If you need to spend a night at or near Misumi ferry port before or after your trip or if you are looking for accommodation for your entire stay, please visit our Misumi Accommodation page for the best accommodation prices and one of the largest selections available online!

Misumi Guide

Misumi Ferry Port

A small town on the south coast of Japan, Misumi lies in the Kumamoto Prefecture and borders the Ariake Sea. There are two ferry routes departing from Misumi, one to Hondo lasting just under an hour and one to Matsuhima lasting just under 20 minutes. The main source of income for Misumi revolves around the port; it underwent a mini renovation in recent years after revenue stagnated, but a railroad link rejuvenated the traffic passing through the port. Unlike many ports around the world, Misumi Port is nearly entirely surrounded by greenery and mountainside, presenting a cleanliness which is a refreshing change. Away from the port, Misumi could never claim to be a hotbed of activity - there are pleasant walking trails and picturesque views – perfect for an escape from the hustle and bustle of a busy city. The buildings found in the town are still representative of the Meiji period which embodied Misumi for several centuries, providing a unique landscape that differs from much of Japan. Misumi is small enough to be covered comfortably by foot, though there are also taxis readily available throughout the town. For access to the port, it is worthwhile getting a taxi, or for visitors coming from out of town, the railway connects directly to the port.

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