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Kametoku is a town located on Tokunoshima Island, Japan. Its current population is more than 12,000 people. The origin of the island is volcanic, it's covered with forests of laurel and it has a large number of caves. Its mountains and beaches are beautiful.
Below you can find all the Kametoku ferry timetables, journey times as well as our best prices.
Kagoshima to Kametoku / Kametoku to Kagoshima3 crossings weekly15 hr 10 minGet Price
Motobu to Kametoku / Kametoku to Motobu3 crossings weekly7 hr 10 minGet Price
Naha to Kametoku / Kametoku to Naha3 crossings weekly9 hr 30 minGet Price
Naze to Kametoku / Kametoku to Naze3 crossings weekly3 hr 20 minGet Price
Wadomari to Kametoku / Kametoku to Wadomari3 crossings weekly1 hr 50 minGet Price
Yoron to Kametoku / Kametoku to Yoron3 crossings weekly4 hr 20 minGet Price
Ferries to and from Kametoku
A''Line ferries provide modern facilities with interior design that reflects both Japanese and Scandinavian cultures. On board you will find shower facilities, restaurants, and shops.
Marix Line Ferries has two standard and casual ferries offering the facilities that you need to have a relaxing journey including comfortable cabins.
The origin of Kametoku island is volcanic, it's covered with forests of laurel and it has a large number of caves. Its mountains and beaches are beautiful.
Getting to Kametoku port
The port is located at 891-7102 Kametoku 2184-36, Tokunoshima, Oshima Gun, Kagoshima Ken.
By car the ferry terminal is about 40 minutes from Tokunoshima airport and about 5 minutes from Kamezu.
Kametoku is a small port town on the island of Tokunoshima, one of the Satsunan Islands, classed with the Amami archipelago between Kyushu and Okinawa. Tokunoshima is a popular tourist destination. Hiking is discouraged because of the habu snake, but the mountain trails are exotic and beautiful, and the island is covered with forests of laurel. Tokunoshima's beaches are stunning, and there is a strange shore on the island's north in which the open sea crashes against massive flat stone slabs.
A Line Ferry
Kametsu 7784, Tokunoshimacho, Oshimagun, Kagoshima, 891-7101, Japan
891-7102 Kametoku 2184-36, Tokunoshima, Oshima gun, Kagoshima ken, Japan