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As you leave the station you see a few unusual sculptures in the parking area, right across the road there is the ferry building, you can hop on to a ferry or a boat going out to the Art Island of Naoshima.If you explore some...More
Uno port is the end of the train from Okaya where you go take the ferry to Naoshima. They have some nice sculptures along the short walk from train station to the ferry pier. I like the narwal sculpture.
Great spot at the end of train line at the ocean and near the ferry and boat to visit the Art Islands of Naoshima and Teshima. An assortment of places to eat and rather quaint in itself. Definitely worth a visit and stay for at...More
Not much here really apart from the access point for the art islands of Naoshima Island and Inujima Island. Some small hostels and ryokan, and local restaurants only. They have tried to 'art' up the place with a couple of sculptures and painting railway stations...More
This is not only a fantastic place to visit the islands with all the comfort you need but it is also a fantastic place to stay. The owner and the staff are extremely nice, make you feel at home, take the time to welcome you...More
Not a lot to see or do here. We stopped for the day on a cruise.
Some artworks and signage pointing out local attractions.
Close to the ferrys and the small town of tamano.
Right nearby the railway station too
This port does not have as much ferries as the Takamatsu Port, but it does feature the bigger islands. I went to Naoshima, Teshima and Shodoshima from this port.
The Teshima and Shodoshima line I took were smaller boats, which I was advised to go...More
Uno is a great base for exploring Naoshima. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay, and would suggest you would need three nights at least to properly enjoy Naoshima and Teshima. The onsen in Uno is also excellent.
Came here for the setouchi triennale 2016.
The staff here are friendly and can help you with queries about luggage and ticketing. They may speak limited English but you will be able to figure out the info.
Quite a well equipped port given the rural...More