Busan to Japan Ferry

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There are currently 4 ferry routes connecting Busan and Japan, with services from Busan to Fukuoka, Hitakatsu, Izuhara and Osaka. On average, there are a combined number of 5 crossings each day between Busan and Japan, which are operated by Camellia Line, JR Kyushu Beetle Ferry, Kobee and Panstar Cruise Line. The shortest crossing between Busan and Japan is to Hitakatsu with Kobee and takes around 1 hour 10 minutes, while the longest crossing is to Osaka with Panstar Cruise Line and takes approximately 19 hours.

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About Busan

Busan is known as the summer capital of South Korea as it attracts sun seekers from all over the country to its six beaches. Bars, cafes and retaurants can all be found within walking distance of the coast. Busan is also known for Shinsegae Centum City, the world's largest department store.

Busan is the second largest city in South Korea after Seoul, the South Korean capital. Located on the South Eastern tip of the Korean Peninsula, Busan is the largest port city in the country. From Busan Ferry Port you can get a ferry to Fukuoka in Japan. You can book ferries from South Korea to Japan through AFerry.

About Japan

Japan is an archipelago of 6,852 islands. The four largest islands are Honshū, Hokkaidō, Kyūshū and Shikoku, they cover about ninety-seven percent of land area.

One of the major attractions of traveling throughout Japan is trying local cuisines and traditional Japanese food.

Some of Japan's most treasured ancient structures and buildings are its shrines and temples. Scattered around the country, the shrines and temples reflect true Japanese culture and heritage.

If you like snowboarding, snorkeling, hiking or any outdoor activity, Japan can provide it. Hit up the slopes in Nagano (1998 Winter Olympics) or enjoy the white sands and sunny beaches in Okinawa.

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