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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

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.

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.