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Keihin Ferry Boat

Keihin Ferry Boat
Locale Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan
Waterway Port of Yokohama
Transit type Water bus and excursion cruise ship
Operator Keihin Ferry Boat
No. of lines 1 water bus line and 1 excursion course
No. of vessels 2 water buses, 4 excursion ships, 16 work ships
No. of terminals 2

The Keihin Ferry Boat (京浜フェリーボート Keihin Ferī Bōto) is a ship operating company in Yokohama. Founded in 1963, the company operates water buses and an excursion cruise ship, both within the Port of Yokohama. The services include public lines listed below, as well as event cruises and chartered ships.


Ships always go this direction, never the opposite.

  • Ferry Boat (水上バス Suijō Basu) (Water bus)
    • Ōsambashi — World Porters-mae — Nippon-Maru — Ōsambashi
Closes on Monday (or the next day if Monday is a holiday).
  • Port of Yokohama Cruise (横浜港内クルーズ Yokohama-kōnai Kurūzu) (Excursion cruise ship)
    • Ōsambashi — (Port of Yokohama) — Nippon-Maru — Ōsambashi
Operated on weekends and holidays.


Name Japanese Transfers Facilities Location (All in Yokohama)
Ōsambashi 大さん橋 Yokohama Minatomirai Railway: Minatomirai Line (8 min. walk from Nihon-ōdōri) Ōsanbashi Pier Naka
World Porters-mae ワールドポーターズ前 Yokohama Minatomirai Railway: Minatomirai Line (6 min. walk from Bashamichi) Minato Mirai 21 (Yokohama Cosmo World, Yokohama World Porters)
Nippon-Maru 日本丸 JR: Negishi Line (6 min. walk from Sakuragichō)
Yokohama Minatomirai Railway: Minatomirai Line (7 min. walk from Bashamichi, or 8 min. walk from Minato Mirai)
Yokohama Municipal Subway: Blue Line (6 min. walk from Sakuragichō)
Nippon-Maru Memorial Park, Minato Mirai 21 (Yokohama Landmark Tower, Queen's Square Yokohama) Nishi

See also

External links

  • (Japanese) Official website
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