NIPPONIA 鞆 港町 | NIPPONIA TOMO PORT TOWN2021-11-27T15:50:09+09:00

While inheriting
the history, culture and scenery,
we’ve created a nostalgic yet new way to enjoy “time”
in Tomo Port Town for future generations
that still reminds us of days gone by.

Tomonoura is located almost centrally in the Seto Inland Sea.
In this town, which flourished as a port in which fisherman would await favourable tides,
time passes by so peacefully and serenely.
It is as if time itself has come to a stop.
People exchange greetings as they pass by on the street,
connecting them to one another.
The town may not have the convenience of a big city,
but it is a town where the scenery of a fulfilling way of life is commonplace.
Let yourself be carried by the flow of time in Tomo,
like a ship pushed gently between the waves.

While inheriting
the history, culture and scenery,
we’ve created a nostalgic yet new way to enjoy “time”
in Tomo Port Town for future generations
that still reminds us of days gone by.

Tomonoura is located almost centrally in the Seto Inland Sea.
In this town, which flourished as a port in which fisherman would await favourable tides, time passes by so peacefully and serenely.
It is as if time itself has come to a stop.
People exchange greetings as they pass by on the street, connecting them to one another.
The town may not have the convenience of a big city, but it is a town where the scenery of a fulfilling way of life is commonplace.
Let yourself be carried by the flow of time in Tomo, like a ship pushed gently between the waves.

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TOMO PORT TOWN

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TOMO PORT TOWN

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Experience the historical way of life of a Japanese port town
“NIPPONIA TOMO PORT TOWN” is an inn complex made up of three buildings located around the town,
including a traditional house that overlooks the whole of Tomo Port
and an Edo period building passed down in a merchant family.

Experience the historical way of life of a Japanese port town “NIPPONIAI TOMO PORT TOWN” is an inn complex made up of three buildings located around the town, including a traditional house that overlooks the whole of Tomo Port and an Edo period building passed down in a merchant family.

SEKI

SEKI

ENOURA

ENOURA

MOTOMACHI

MOTOMACHI

Restaurant

Restaurant

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Facility

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Townspeople

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Experience

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