About Tokyo-Wan Ferry
Tokya-Wan Ferry is a Japanese car ferry operator. Its line links Yokosuka, Kanagawa and Futtsu, Chiba, across Tokyo Bay. The company was found in 1957. The ferry company has been running a PASMO smart loyalty card's program since June 2008. At the Port of Kanaya, connection tickets to Keihin Electric Express Railway (Keikyū) Lines are available. The single ticket comprises the ferry to the Port of Kurihama, Keikyū Bus from the port to Keikyū Kurihama Station, and Keikyū Railway Line from the station.
Getting to the ports of Kanaya (Chiba side) and Kurihama (Kanagawa side)
There's so much more to discover outside of Yokosuka. And if you would like to travel across Tokyo Bay by the vehicle, from Kurihama Port in Kanagawa to Kanaya Port in Chiba, then Tokya-Wan Ferry should be your first choice. This car ferry operator is reasonably priced and very convinient to get around the Bay as it takes only 40 minutes. It offers comfortable seating with some spectacular views.
Port Kanaya (Chiba side): JR Uchibo Line: Approximately 8 minutes' walk from Hamakanaya Station.
Port Kurihama (Kanagawa side): Keihin Kyuko Express Line: From Keihin Kyuko Kurihama Station, approximately 8 minutes by taxi or approximately 10 minutes by the Keihin Kyuko bus (bus stop #2) JR Yokosuka Line: From Kurihama Station, approximately 8 minutes by taxi or approximately 10 minutes by the Keihin Kyuko bus (bus stop #5)