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Situated at the innermost part of Ise Bay, which is located at the center of the Japanese Archipelago on the east coast facing the Pacific Ocean, the Port of Nagoya has steadily grown since it opened for international trade on November 10, 1907.
The Port is an integrated international port, handling all types of cargo (general, container, bulk etc.) We are the largest port in Japan in terms of total cargo throughput, which reached 208 million tons in 2013.

We are proud that our port tops all others in Japan in terms of trade value (total export/import value) in Japan, which amounted to 16.3 trillion yen in 2013. This is approximately 11% of the nation's total trade value of about 151 trillion yen.
The Port's hinterland is home to Japan's automobile industry. We are the No. 1 automobile exporting port in Japan, shipping approximately 1.5 million completed automobiles.
The Port of Nagoya plays a major role as a point of entry to Japan, through its connections with approximately 160 countries around the world.


Opened: November 10, 1907

Administrator: Nagoya Port Authority (Independent local government body)

Annual cargo throughput: 208 million tons (2013)


Annual container throughput: 2.7 million TEU (2013)

Annual vessel arrivals: 32,619 (2013)

Main trading items (Export): Completed automobiles, automobile parts, steel materials, industrial machineries, mics. chemical products

Main trading items (Import): LNG, iron ore, crude oil, coal, wearable items

Main trading partners (Export): China, USA, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Oman

Main trading partners (Import): Australia, China, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, USA

Water area: 81.9 million m2

Land area: 42.1 million m2

Cargo terminals: Various specialized terminals are located within the Port. Major industrial complexes such as oil refineries, an LNG base, steel mills and automobile export bases, each of which is equipped with cargo handling facilities, are in operation in the waterfront areas.


Sister Ports
USA
Los Angeles (Port of Los Angeles)
Baltimore (Maryland Port Administration)

Australia
Fremantle (Fremantle Ports)
Sydney (Sydney Ports Corporation)

Belgium
Antwerp (Antwerp Port Authority)

China (Ministry of Transport of the People's Republic of China)


Partnership Ports
China
SIPG (Shanghai International Port (Group) Co., Ltd)

Thailand
PAT (Port Authority of Thailand)

Belgium
Zeebrugge (Port Authority Zeebrugge)