Teinai Port (inner harbor of Tei Port), completed in 1653 as Japan’s first artificially excavated port, was built by digging duneland. The masonry port is loved by local residents as historical legacy and a symbol of their hometown. Since ships frequently arrive at and leave the port, you can see a mobile bridge raised almost every hour.
Tei, Yasu-cho, Konan City, Kochi Prefecture
●About a 22-km drive along Route 32 to Route 55 from Kochi City toward Aki City (turn right at Yasu Station)
About a 20-km drive along Route 32 to Route 55 from Nankoku Interchange on Kochi Expressway ●About a 50-minute ride on Shikoku Railway’s Dosan Line and Tosa Kuroshio Railway’s Gomen-Nahari Line to Yasu Station; about 700 meters from the station