Sarushima Ferry (Sarushima route)

Sarushima Ferry (Sarushima route)

On the uninhabited island “Sarushima”, which is a 10-minute boat ride from Yokosuka, you can enjoy various leisure activities such as walking around national historic sites, playing on the beach, and barbecuing. The Sarushima Ferry connects Sarushima with Mikasa Pier, which is right next to the memorial ship Mikasa.

Sarushima Ferry (Sarushima route)
ADDRESS 27-10 Ogawamachi, Yokosuka City, Kanagawa Prefecture
TEL 046-825-7144



Adults: 1,500 yen / Elementary school students: 750 yen
*Separate entrance fee to Sarushima Park is required.


By train: About 15 minutes on foot from Yokosuka Chuo Station on the Keikyu Line.
By car: About 10 minutes from Yokosuka Interchange on Yokohama Yokosuka Road via Honcho Yamanaka Road.


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