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Excursion boats in Kinki (From East to West, Fron North to South)

Biwa-ko (Lake Biwa)

Oki-shima (Lake Biwa)

Hikone-jo (Hikone Castle, Hikone)

Omihachiman

Yanamune-gawa (River Yanamune, Yasu)

Seta-gawa (River Seta, Otsu)

Matsubara Yusen/Matsubara Yacht Club
Lake West Kanko
Amisada
Karahashi Ryokan
Shin Oumi Bekkan

Biwako Sosui Funakudari

Uji-gawa (River Uji)

Jikkokubune in Fushimi

Oi-gara (River Oi) (Hozu-gawa (River Hozu))

Hozu-gawa (River Hozu)

Nijino-ko (Lake Niji)

Port of Maizuru

Amanohashidate/Ine Bay

Kinosaki Marine World

Genbudo

Genbudo Kanko Tosen

Kasumi Kaigan (Kasumi Coast)

Tajima Kaigan (Tajima Coast, Hamasaka)

Tajima Kaigan Yuransen

Maruyama-gawa (River Maruyama)

Maruyamagawakudari Yakatabune

Tojo-ko (Lake Tojo)

Yoda-gawa (River Yodo)

Port of Osaka

Amagasaki Unga (Amagasaki Canal)

Port of Kobe

Himeji-jo Castle

Sakai

Wakanoura Bay

Arida-gawa (River Arida)

Aridagawa Ukai Kumiai

Nanki

Nanki Shirahama

Kushimoto Kaichu Koen

Kino Matsushima

Dorokyo

Tsuburo-ko (Lake Tsuburo)

Shirasaki

Yura Kanko Kaihatsu

Information

Tango Kairiku Kotsu Co., Ltd. will reactivate the Ine route on Saturday, Sunday and Statutory Public Holidays from August 2 to October 26, 2014.

Lake Biwa Canal Promotion Council (Biwako Sosui Funakudari Jikkoiinkai) made a test run on Biwako Sosui (Otsu-Yamashina-Keage) on Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays from March 28 to May 6, 2015. It will also make a test run in November 2015.

Yuransen Kasumi Maru will be out of business on November 30, 2016, because of a decreasing demand.

On July 25, 2017, Osaka Suijo Bus, a subsidiary of Keihan Holdings announced that it will start operating regular sightseeing boats between Osaka and Hirakata on the Yodo-gawa (River Yodo) in September 2017.

JTB and Biwako Kisen started to accept bookings for "Biwako Sosui Sen," which is set to begin to operate autumn sailings on October 6, 2018, on August 13, 2018.