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Port of Osaka

The Port of Osaka (大阪港, Ōsaka-kō) is the main port in Japan, located in Osaka within Osaka Bay. The Port of Osaka also has several sister ports including the Port of Busan. [1]


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  1. Port of Busan, Sister Ports, Busan

Coordinates: 34°38′31.0″N135°25′22.0″E / 34.641944°N 135.422778°E / 34.641944; 135.422778