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INTRODUCING TO
SETO INLAND SEA CRUISES

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The Seto Inland Sea is the largest inland sea in Japan, surrounded by the islands of Honshu, Shikoku and Kyushu in central-western Japan.
It is a one-of-a-kind area where many people have lived since ancient times and cultivated a unique culture and heritage, with the backdrop of a beautiful archipelago of 700 islands of various sizes woven together with the tranquil and beautiful sea, along with bountiful nature.

Himeji Port is located on the eastern side of the Seto Inland Sea.

We will introduce the video giving the charms of the ports call in the Seto Inland Sea, ” Sending out the charm of Setouchi! Four seasons of cruise ship port of call” and the guidebook,” Seto Inland Sea Cruise Guidebook 2020”.
Please take a look at these attractions.

These were produced by the Setouchi Cruise Promotion Council formed from public and private sector parties concerned with cruise promotion, such as port administrators and coastal municipalities of the Setouchi region, business organizations, and the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism.

Reproduction ,duplication, or alteration of videos and images is prohibited.

Introducing to
Seto Inland Sea Cruises

Sending out the charm of Setouchi! Four seasons of cruise ship port of call (Promotional video)

For more information, please visit the website of the Seto Inland Sea Cruise Promotion Council.

Open the website of the Seto Inland Sea Cruise Promotion Council

Seto Inland Sea Cruise Guidebook

The Seto Inland Sea Cruise Guidebook 2020 is a guidebook prepared by the Seto Inland Sea Cruise Promotion Council that introduces cruise plans, sightseeing spots, and ports that allow you to fully enjoy the charms of the Seto Inland Sea.

  • Seto Inland Sea Cruise Guide-Cover
  • Seto Inland Sea Cruise Guide-Autumn Tour
  • Seto Inland Sea Cruise Guide-Port of Himeji

Go to the download page on the Seto Inland Sea Cruise Promotion Council website.

Click here to download