Port of Kesennuma, Japan

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Port of Kesennuma, Japan:

Location details

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Timezone:
GMT+9 (Oct 23, 23:25)
Weather now:
9° C
Country:
Japan, Asia
Currency:
JPY
Phone:
+81 22 2112281
Fax:
+81 22 2633780
E-mail:
webadmin@pref.miyagi.jp
Web site:
http://www.pref.miyagi.jp/


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Port details

Water location:
North Pacific Ocean (Ocean)
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Anchorage depth:
4.9m - 6.1m
Cargo pier depth:
3.4m - 4.6m
Oil terminal depth:
4.9m - 6.1m
Dry dock:
N/A
Harbor size:
Very Small
Railway size:
Small
Harbor type:
Coastal Natural
Max size:
Up to 500 feet in length
Repairs:
Limited
Shelter:
Good

Coordinates: 38°52′0.00″N 141°35′60.00″E





Photos around Port of Kesennuma

  • KESENNUMA Harbor before the earthquake disaster - 震災前の気仙沼港
  • 気仙沼港/宮城県気仙沼市 Kesennuma Fishery Port, northwest direction view on the Kesennuma Oshima ferry. Kesennuma is famous for thriving Ocean fishery, and there were large number of big fishing boat. Most of these were destroyed by the Tsunami and fire. Hundreds of boats were destroyed, and only 20-30 boats remained. For restoring these of lost, we need large amount of financial and human support.
  • 唐桑町舞根/宮城県気仙沼市
  • 浦の浜/宮城県気仙沼市 Uranohama is the port for the ferry conecting  the Kesennuma Oshima Island to the mainland. In Kesennuma Oshima Island, tourism and fishery is thriving. Although there were many seafood shop, gift shops, and guest houses, everything was lost by the tsunami.
  • The KESENNUMA Harbor - 気仙沼港
  • 気仙沼市魚町/宮城県気仙沼市
  • Church - 教会
  • KESENNUMA City - 気仙沼市
  • Minamikesennuma station 南気仙沼駅
  • 気仙沼松崎/宮城県気仙沼市 Kesennuma-Matsuzaki area, west direction view on the ferry bound for Kesennuma-Oshima. Many rafts for oyster farming are on the sea, and there are many fishery facilities and houses on the land. Most of these were destroyed by the Tsunami and fire. For restoring them, we need large amount of financial and human support.
  • RYUMAISAKI - 龍舞崎
  • 気仙沼の漁船
  • 気仙沼港エースポート2010/宮城県気仙沼市
  • 気仙沼港観光桟橋/宮城県気仙沼市
  • Hotel KESENNUMAPURAZA - ホテル気仙沼プラザ
  • KESENNUMA  Port - 気仙沼港
  • 海の市
  • View from Mt.KAMEYAMA - 大島亀山から眺望

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Videos around Port of Kesennuma

  • Tsunami Ravaging Kesennuma Port (Original)
  • Shocking!! Video, of Tsunami ravaging Kesennuma port. MUST WATCH !!!.flv
  • RT footage of Japan Kesennuma 'ghost' port city smashed by tsunami
  • Tsunami at Kesennuma port, Iwate Prefecture, view 2.mp4
  • Kesennuma Port in Miyagi, Japan 気仙沼港
  • Japan: stranded tsunami ship Kyotokumaru. To scrap! / Kesennuma: desguazarán barco de tsunami
  • Re: Tsunami ravaging Kesennuma port
  • Tsunami ravaging Kesennuma port
  • Kesennuma port 9 months after tsunami
  • Tsunami ravaging Kesennuma port
  • Tsunami ravaging Kesennuma port
  • Port festival in Kesennuma - Taiko drum + fireworks
  • Kesennuma  port
  • 気仙沼漁港/Kesennuma fishing port
  • Dramatic Video  Tsunami Hits Japanese Port Town (Kesennuma,Miyagi,Japan)
  • Kesennuma Port in Miyagi, Japan (town view) 気仙沼港
  • Kesennuma port 9 months after tsunami.
  • Standing Strong -- Kesennuma
  • Kesennuma, 3 months after the tsunami
  • 気仙沼港/Kesennuma port
  • Large Tsunami in Kesennuma Bay after Japan Earthquake,2011
  • Tsunami in Kesennuma city, ascending the Okawa river
  • Drive towards Kesennuma 3 months after the tsunami
  • 2014 07 13 Kesennuma to Otsuchi
  • Japan city of Kesennuma, wrecked in 7 minutes

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