Naha Port

Naha Port


This port flourished as a base for trade for the Ryukyu royal government from the 15th century, and developed as Okinawa’s entrance to the seas until today. The name Naha Port has been used for the unified three ports of Naha, Tomari and Shinko after Okinawa’s reversion to Japan, and it handles most freight including commodities consumed in Okinawa and the agriculture and fishery products and light industry products produced in Okinawa. Many cruisers for tourists and dive boats also uses these ports.

Facility Information
The port that flourished as a base for trade in the past and developed as Okinawa's entrance to the seas until today.
2-1, Tondocho,Naha-City, Okinawa Prefecture, 900-0035
Transportation Access
Approximately 3 minutes from Naha Port by Car (open road)

Approximately 25 minutes from Okinawa Expressway : Naha I.C. by Car (open road)

Approximately 10 minutes from Nearest bus stop : Naha Bus Terminal by Walk

Approximately 3 minutes from Okinawa Urban Monorail : Asahibashi Station by Walk