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Piers & Boardwalks in Japan

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  • rpdbrpdbrpdb05301990
    Isehara, Japan148 contributions
    I would recommend coming here during winter to enjoy the sunset view of the Yokohama Skyline with Mt Fuji. It’s very beautiful! But it can be a bit windy.
    Written January 9, 2020
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  • Lasagna37
    London, UK193 contributions
    As you leave the station you see a few unusual sculptures in the parking area, right across the road there is the ferry building, you can hop on to a ferry or a boat going out to the Art Island of Naoshima.If you explore some of the side street you will find some very traditional places to eat.
    Written December 9, 2018
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  • dhgold
    Vallejo, CA13 contributions
    It is a nice, small port. There is a long, low building which I found interesting. Nearby there is a shrine, a great lunch cafe (if you get there early enough), and a convenience store. I hope to return and explore further in the future.
    Written November 6, 2019
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  • JugemJugem
    386 contributions
    There is a shrine which dedicated the Ryugu God who prays for the safety of the sea ahead of the breakwater of the fishing port.
    This is a leisurely fishing port, there is a beautiful beach (Sea Glass Beach?) opposite the fishing port.

    There is a promenade along the river from the prefectural Route 13 towards the fishing port.
    At the end of the promenade, there are "Tent Villages" of those who oppose the Marine Corps Henoko base, and they are occupying the promenade.

    Because the fishing port is adjacent to Camp Schwab, anti-base Okinawa activists are raising placards etc in the base fence, so the landscape is ruined and ugly.

    Sometimes, people who took a tour bus visit Camp Schwab's fence. They did not seem to enjoy the view of the fishing port.
    The actual construction site off Henoko is not visible from the Tent village.

    Why are you guys turning backwards?
    Written March 2, 2018
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  • TailG79
    Los Angeles, CA73 contributions
    The boardwalk is beautiful and is a nice place to walk along the river. You can enjoy your lunch under one of the modern canopies. You will find art, statues and many more things along the way!
    Written May 30, 2019
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  • themaguz
    Yomitan-son, Japan32 contributions
    This is a quaint small town fishing port. They have a small restaurant above the fish market. You can buy very fresh fish and get a simple lunch while you’re there. On the weekends they sometimes have community events with food, demonstrations, and other activity for kids. A good cultural experience.
    Written September 15, 2019
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  • Guillaume A
    Shizuoka, Japan480 contributions
    Small local fishing port where you can purchase those tiny white fish that Japanese love to add on top of their rice.
    Written August 18, 2018
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  • Memeggg
    Hong Kong275 contributions
    We chose this port as near our Bay Resort. We had a delicious udon (in the port) just get off the ferry and we took taxi here to go to Shōzu-gun寒霞渓ロープウェイ紅雲亭駅, costed 2270 Yen one way as there was no olive bus to the cable car station in winter.
    Written February 19, 2017
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