Wadomari Ferry Port
Wadomari is a town located on the northern end of Okinoerabujima, in Ōshima District at the Kagoshima Prefecture in Japan. With moderate rainfall and a warm climate, the island is suitable for agriculture and floriculture.
An interesting piece of history: Wadamori Village was founded in 1 April 1908. It was upgraded to town status on 1 May 1941. As with all of Okinoerabujima, the town came under the administration of the United States from 1 July 1946 to 25 December 1953.The main industry is the production of distilled shochu liquor.
What better way to explore a new place than by cruising around town in Wadomari, Japan. Visit historic landmarks, indulge in a bit of retail therapy, and dine on local specialty dishes. No matter if you prefer to travel alone, with your sweetheart, or with the whole family - you will always find something to do and somewhere to go in this beautiful place.
Ferries to and from Wadomari
Wadomari Port is the main ferry port on the island, with connections to the prefectural capital Kagoshima. It takes between 17 and 18 hours.
Marix Line Ferries has two standard and casual ferries offering the facilities that you need to have a relaxing journey including comfortable cabins.
To find out more information on terminal facilities at Wadomari Ferry Terminal port, please go to our Wadomari ferry port information page .
Alternatively, you can use A-Line Ferries for your trip.
A Line Ferry
Tedechina 512-122, Wadomaricho, Oshimagun, Kagoshima, 891-9111, Japan
891-9112 Wadomari, Wadomari cho, Oshima gun, Kagoshima ken, Japan