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Coronavirus ferry travel advice
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Tokushima is the capital city of Tokushima Prefecture on Shikoku island in Japan with a population of almost 300,000 people. This historic city, founded on the success of the Indigo dye industry, follows the layout of a typical Japanese castle town and is famous for the yearly Obon cultural dance festival.
Below, you can find all the Tokushima ferry timetables, journey times as well as our best prices.
Ferries to and from Tokushima
Ocean Tokyu has a modern fleet of standard and casual ferries offering all the amenities you will ever need for a relaxing journey including comfortable cabins. These ferries can carry up to 401 passengers and 75 cars.
Getting to Tokushima port
The port is located closes to Tokushima train station which has connections to the main cities of Japan.
There are bus services available from in front of Tokushima station at bus stop number 4 to the ferry port. Departure times are 10:30 and 13:20. The cost is 200 yen.
Tokushima city land mass is approximately 191 kilometres squared and is the capital city of Tokushima Prefecture on Shikoku island in Japan. Tokushima city is in the north east area of Tokushima Prefecture at the mouth of the Yoshino River. Tokushima was developed under the Hachisuka clan and displays the typical characteristics of a Japanese castle town. Tokushima city prosperity was built on a strong indigo dye industry. The modern city of Tokushima was founded on 1 October 1889. The city is served by Tokushima Port with ferry links to Kitakyushu and Tokyo.
Ocean Tokyu Ferry
Tsudakaigancho, 9-5, Tokushima, Tokushima Prefecture, Japan