Japan, Inland Sea, Miterai

Miterai 34°11.31N: 132°51’.16E

A tiny pretty marina, we just fitted against the pontoon, but be careful of a large shelf that extends out from the harbour wall on the starboard side as you enter. There is only just enough width for a 45’ yacht to squeeze in!
A small withie marks the corner of the shelf.

There was no charge for staying.

For larger boats with deeper draft it is possible to anchor in the channel opposite the town.

Very interesting historic town. Look for the sign boards as you walk into town. Oranges are grown locally and it is an interesting walk to go and see the mechanisation of the orange gathering.

The town is depressingly depopulated.

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