On January 1, 2005, the town of Notsuharu (from Ōita District) and the town of Saganoseki (from Kitaamabe District) were merged into Ōita. Currently Oita is the capital city of Oita Prefecture, on the island of Kyushu, Japan. In the city are several attractions such as fishing settlements, the mountain Takasaki-yama inhabited by monkeys and various onsen (hot springs of volcanic origin).
The ferry from Oita sails to Kobe. This route is operated by Sunflower Ferry. Below, you can see the latest details of routes and departure times, alongside a selection of our lowest prices.
Ferries to and from Kobe
Ferry Sunflower offers a wide range of on board accommodation for all price ranges. Shared tourist accommodation is perfect for backpackers, but if you need more privacy then private accommodation is available. Each ship has a grand public bathroom, which is open to anyone in the morning or evening.
Oita port facilities
The ferry terminal at Oita offers basic services. In the surrounding area you will find shops and restaurants.
Oita is located on the island of Kyushu, Japan and is the capital city of Oita Prefecture. In 2005 the towns Notsuharu (from Oita District) and Saganoseki (from Kitaamabe District) were merged into Oita. Oita is the most populated city of Oita Prefecture. The city has good transport links with its own port where ferries sail to Kansai (Kobe).
5-3-1 Ikushi, Oita City, Oita Prefecture, Japan