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Taiheiyo Ferry makes calls at the ports of Nagoya, Sendai and Hokkaido (Tomakomai), great for sightseeing. There are places to visit, local cuisines to enjoy, and traditional cultures to appreciate. Take some time to explore and experience the "different Japan" in each city.

Enjoying Nagoya

Among the many sightseeing spots in Nagoya, the top two must-see are "Nagoya Castle" and "Atsuta Jingu (Atsuta Shrine)."
"Toyota Motor Corporation," the world's leading automotive company, has a museum and offers a plant tour.
Nagoya has a unique food culture called, "Nagoya Meshi" known for its strong flavors. Traditional crafts are represented by ceramics in Seto and Tokoname cities, and Arimatsu tie-dying in Arimatsu town.

Enjoying Sendai

Sendai is called "A City of Trees" and trees and plants are seen everywhere in downtown Sendai. Just a 30-minute drive from downtown are "Akiu" and "Sakunami," the hot spring towns beautifully surrounded by nature. A famous sightseeing spot is "Matsushima." The Matsushima Bay is formed by more than 260 islands, and its beautiful view is considered to be one of the three most scenic spots of Japan. Sendai is also famous for its sea food.

Enjoying Hokkaido

The "Great Nature" of Hokkaido is filled with summer retreats and winter ski resorts. And nature has blessed Hokkaido with a rich food culture.
The "Sapporo Snow Festival" welcomes more than 2 million visitors every year from all over the world. Hundreds of beautiful snow statues and ice sculptures are exhibited in the city of Sapporo. The main venue is "Odori Park," which stretches out more than 1.5km.

Travel Planning Ideas

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[ From Overseas ]
+81-(0)52-582-8611
[ Domestic]
011-281-3311(Sapporo)
022-388-8757(Sendai)
03-3564-4161(Tokyo)
052-582-8611(Nagoya)

Open Hours
9:00 - 19:00 (Weekday)
9:00 - 18:00
(Saturdays,Sundays,and Holidays)

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