Osaka to South Korea Ferry
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Osaka is the third largest city in Japan (after Tokyo and Yokohama) and offers an extensive list of things to see and do. Osaka on the Japanese island of Honshu is home to many entertainment and performing arts venues, including the National Bunraku Theatre, where traditional puppet plays are performed. You can also learn about the culture of Japan past and present by visiting the National Museum of Art, which houses work from the post-war era.
Professional sport is huge in Osaka, and sports fans have a wide choice of sports to watch. The city houses two professional baseball teams, one basketball team and there is of course Sumo wrestling if you would like to watch something unique to Japan.
So, book your ferry to Japan simply and securely with AFerry!
About South Korea
South Korea is in southern half of the Korean Peninsula, North Korea to the north, China to the west and Japan a short ferry ride to the southeast.
Visit UNESCO designated sites, learn Martial Arts in a royal palace, or take a tour to the DMZ. Korea has a lot to offer so pack up your bags and enjoy a relaxing holiday!
There are 20 national parks in Korea, including three marine parks. These Parks are home to a variety of wildlife, and have been preserved well.
If you like water sports then Korea is a good place to visit. Weather stays warm in summer around 35C and in winter it becomes cold with syberian winds coming from north.