Donghae to Japan Ferry
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Donghae is connected to Japan via the port of Sakaiminato. On average, there is one crossing per week between Donghae and Japan, operated by DBS Cruise Ferry. Crossings from Donghae to Sakaiminato usually take around 15 hours 30 minutes.
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Donghae is located on South Korea's east central shores in Gangwon Province. The Port of Donghae is in central east shores of South Korea and offers ferries to Russia and Japan. The City of Donghae is one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in Korea. Located in a mountainous area with many caves and stunning natural beauty.
Port of Donghae has many caves, Cheongok is one of the most visited caves, which was discovered during the construction of the new city hall, this natural limestone cave has been producing rare stones for 400-500 million years. It is accompanied by a cave museum that offers information and history of the cave.
'Mangsang Beach' is the most popular beach on South Korea's east coast. With crystal clear waters and beautiful white sands lined with pine trees, the beach has a lot to offer. Visitors will find hotels and modern facilities at the beach. The 'Mangsang Auto Camping Resort' attracts people who like camping instead of staying at a hotel. Resort is fully-equipped with cabins, tents, and visitor amenities, nice way relax on your holidays.
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.