Naha Ferries Ferry Port
Naha is a city on the East China Sea coast of the southern part of Okinawa Island, the largest of Okinawa Prefecture.
It is the political, economic and transportation center of the prefecture.
Kokusai Street is surely the most crowded place in Naha. This approximately 1.6-kilometer-long street is lined with department stores, restaurants, coffee shops, general shops, clothing shops, travel agencies, banks, and of course souvenir shops which account for about 40% of the businesses and facilities on the high traffic street.
The Makishi Public Market is located on Main Market Street, running south from a halfway point on Kokusai Street. The market, known as the "kitchen of Naha," is always full of energy and excitement with old women called "Obaa" working actively amongst the brisk talking venders.
The modern city was officially founded on May 20, 1921. Before that Naha had been for centuries one of the most important and populous sites in Okinawa. Naha's population is more than 320,000 people.
Getting to Naha port
The port is located at 900-0035 Nahaport terminal, Tondo Cho 2-1, Naha Shi, Okinawa Ken.
By car the ferry terminal is about 15 minutes from Naha's airport and 10 minutes from the city.
Ferries to and from Naha
Marix Line Ferries has two standard and casual ferries offering the facilities that you need to have a relaxing journey including comfortable cabins.
Alternatively, you can use A"line Ferries for your trip.
A Line Ferry
Naha terminal, Tondocho 2-1, Naha, Okinawa, 900-0035, Japan
900-0035 Nahaport terminal, Tondo cho 2-1, Naha shi, Okinawa ken, Japan