Scenic Japan from the Water

Route Details

Miyanoura Port (Naoshima) – Ieura Port (Teshima) – Inujima Port (Inujima)

  • High speed passengers ship THUNDERBIRD

    Shikoku Kisen Co., Ltd.

  • Inujima

    Shikoku Kisen Co., Ltd.

  • Townflower · Island azalea

    It is a typical flower growing naturally in the town, common ly called Yamato azalea. The island is said to have been said to have been loved by Empress Emperor Takemitsu deeply related to the island.

    © Kagawa Prefecture Tourism Association

  • Townflower · Island azalea

    It is a typical flower growing naturally in the town, common ly called Yamato azalea. The island is said to have been said to have been loved by Empress Emperor Takemitsu deeply related to the island.

    © Kagawa Prefecture Tourism Association

  • Gotanji Beach

    © Kagawa Prefecture Tourism Association

  • Sunset on Naoshima

    © Kagawa Prefecture Tourism Association

  • Naoshima fireworks Festival

    © Kagawa Prefecture Tourism Association

  • Seto Inland Sea seen from Teshima

    © Kagawa Prefecture Tourism Association

  • Inujima beach

    It's shallow and you can also use a little beach of a wave surely to the child companion. Soba Noodles also has camp sites right now, and it's possible to enjoy a barbecue.

    © Okayama Visitors & Convention Association

  • Gotanji Beach

    © Kagawa Prefecture Tourism Association

  • High speed passengers ship THUNDERBIRD

    Shikoku Kisen Co., Ltd.

  • Inujima

    Shikoku Kisen Co., Ltd.

  • Townflower · Island azalea

    It is a typical flower growing naturally in the town, common ly called Yamato azalea. The island is said to have been said to have been loved by Empress Emperor Takemitsu deeply related to the island.

    © Kagawa Prefecture Tourism Association

  • Townflower · Island azalea

    It is a typical flower growing naturally in the town, common ly called Yamato azalea. The island is said to have been said to have been loved by Empress Emperor Takemitsu deeply related to the island.

    © Kagawa Prefecture Tourism Association

  • Gotanji Beach

    © Kagawa Prefecture Tourism Association

  • Sunset on Naoshima

    © Kagawa Prefecture Tourism Association

  • Naoshima fireworks Festival

    © Kagawa Prefecture Tourism Association

  • Seto Inland Sea seen from Teshima

    © Kagawa Prefecture Tourism Association

  • Inujima beach

    It's shallow and you can also use a little beach of a wave surely to the child companion. Soba Noodles also has camp sites right now, and it's possible to enjoy a barbecue.

    © Okayama Visitors & Convention Association

  • Gotanji Beach

    © Kagawa Prefecture Tourism Association

Routes (Round-Trip)

From

Miyanoura Port (Naoshima)
Ports of Call

To

Inujima Port (Inujima)

Fare [JPY]

620 - 1,850

Distance and Course Time

29.7km - 29.7km
/ 37M - 57M
A regular line between three islands, which connects Miyanoura Port of Naoshima (Kagawa-gun, Kagawa prefecture), Ieura Port of Teshima (Shozu-gun, Kagawa prefecture) and Inujima Port of Inujima (Okayama City, Okayama prefecture) in about an hour by high-speed passenger ship.

<Features>
Our high-speed passenger ships carry up to 65 or 80 passengers and offer a barrier-free environment. They provide a comfortable voyage with a great view of the Seto Inland Sea.
This route is perfect for visiting Teshima and Inujima from Naoshima.

<Nearby Tourist Attractions>
■Miyanoura Port (Naoshima)

・Naoshima: Naoshima is an island with the perimeter of 28km, located on the calm Seto Inland Sea, 13km north off the coast of Takamatsu City.
It is one of the places that host a triennial contemporary art festival called the “Setouchi Triennale” and has a number of trendy contemporary art sites including the Chichu Art Museum.

・Marine station "Naoshima": Close to Miyanoura Port, Naoshima. This ferry terminal is built at Miyanoura Port and was designed by SANAA, a Pritzker Prize-winning architectural firm.

・Chichu Art Museum: Accessible from Miyanoura Port, Naoshima in about 20 minutes by car. The museum is mostly buried underground with an aim not to interfere with the landscape of the Seto Inland Sea. (By reservation Only)


■Ieura Port (Teshima)

・Teshima Island: Teshima is an island with the perimeter of 18km, located on the calm Seto Inland Sea, 3.7km west off the coast of the island of Shodoshima.

It is one of the places that host a triennial contemporary art festival called the “Setouchi Triennale” and has a number of contemporary art sites including the Teshima Art Museum.

・Teshima Art Museum: Accessible from Ieura Port in about 15 minutes by bus. The museum is built on a small hill and was designed by an artist Rei Naito and an architect Ryue Nishizawa.

■Inujima Port (Inujima)

・Inujima: Inujima is an island with the perimeter of 3.6km, located on the calm Seto Inland Sea, 2.2km east off the coast of Okayama City.

It is one of the places that host a triennial contemporary art festival called the “Setouchi Triennale" and has a number of contemporary art sites including Inujima Seirensho Art Museum, which has revitalized a copper refinery through the means of art, and Inujima “Art House Project” which is held inside a village.

・Inujima Seirensho Art Museum: Close to Inujima Port. The museum has preserved and revitalized the remains of a copper refinery in Inujima.

<Access to Piers>

■Miyanoura Port (Naoshima)

(By ship) Accessible from Takamatsu Port (operated by Shikoku Kisen) in about 50 minutes by ferry, and in about 30 minutes by high-speed passenger ship.
Accessible from Uno Port (operated by Shikoku Kisen) in about 20 minutes by ferry, and in about 15 minutes by passenger ship.

<Access to Takamatsu Port>

(By train) 7 minutes on foot from Takamatsu Station of JR Shikoku.
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(By train) 7 minutes on foot from Takamatsu Chikko Station of Takamatsu-Kotohira Electric Railroad.
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(By car) About 23 minutes (9.21 km) from the Takamatsu Chuo IC of the Takamatsu Expressway via Route 11.
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<Access to Uno Port>

(By train) 5 minutes on foot from Uno Station of JR West.
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(By car) About 31 minutes (19.4 km) from the Mizushima IC of the Sanyo Expressway via Route 22.

<Operator>
Shikoku Kisen Co., Ltd. 
Items of Interest Ships to Isolated Islands Route Type Passenger Ships
Reservation No Credit Card No
Contact Information Shikoku Kisen Co., Ltd. Takamatsu Main Office
TEL: 087-821-5100 ( English available )
8:00–17:00
Details

Ports of Call

  1. Miyanoura Port (Naoshima)
  2. Ieura Port (Teshima)
  3. Inujima Port (Inujima)

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Tourist Attractions Nearby

Teshima
Inujima
Naoshima