|Port of Hakata
|| A major industrial port on the western side of Japan. Overview, history and facilities information.|
|Port of Kawasaki
|| An industrial port located between Tokyo and Yokohama, in the Keihin Industrial Zone. |
|Port of Kitakyushu
|| Port with major connections to Shanghai, Qingdao, Dalian, Seoul and Tokyo.
|Port of Kobe
|| One of the biggest hub ports with large container terminals. Information on restoration from the earthquake. |
|Port of Maizuru
|| Situated on the Sea of Japan coast, near Kyoto. Comprehensive information on history and facilities.
|Port of Nagoya
|| A major industrial port with international connections. Overview, statistics and facilities information. |
|Port of Osaka
|| Provides information on passenger vessels, ferry terminal, container terminal, sea and land access, maps, and related facilities.
|Port of Shimonoseki
|| Basic information on this commercial port facing the Kanmon Channel. |
|Port of Tokyo
|| Gives outline and characterisitics of the port, products frequently moved through, map and passenger ship terminal, and business information.
|Port of Yokkaichi
|| Industrial port located near Nagoya. Basic information and statistics. |
|Port of Yokohama
|| One of Japan's oldest ports with news, profile, history, statistics, schedule, photos, tariffs, and cargo handling data.
|Port of Yokosuka
|| Located at the entrance of Tokyo Bay. History, outline and basic information about its facilities. |
|Ports of Aomori
|| Basic information on ports in Aomori, the northernmost prefecture of the Honshu island.
|Ports of Chiba
|| Port business promotional site with facilities and descriptions of Chiba port activities. |
|Ports of Ibaraki
|| General information on the industrial ports in Ibaraki Prefecture, including Hitachinaka, Hitachi, Oarai and Kashima.
|Yokohama Port Development Public Corporation
|| Constructed, leases and manages port terminals and oversees services. With overview, statistics, observation facilities, future plans, and links. |