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Destinations from Tokyo
Cruises from Tokyo serve as an excellent way of travelling through the Far East, with plenty of cruise lines such as Princess Cruises, Celebrity Cruises, Cunard Cruises, and more offering sailings year round. You can often find these Asia cruises visiting unforgettable bucket-list destinations in the region such as Hong Kong, Manila, and Singapore. There are additionally a number of Transpacific cruises from Tokyo which visit locales such as Vancouver, Korsakov, and Anchorage, Alaska. For seasoned cruise travellers, you can also board a World Cruise segment from Tokyo, which makes port at places including Bali, Sydney, and Mumbai.
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Cruises from Tokyo FAQ’s
How do I get from the Yokohama Cruise Port to Tokyo?
The most cost-effective method of getting into Tokyo is to take a taxi to a train station nearby, then use the train to reach the desired part of the city or landmark you wish to visit. Alternatively, you can arrange a private transfer with either the cruise line (if possible) or from a third-party. Bear in mind that this often typically costs more than a local taxi and train.
How far is Yokohama Cruise Port from Tokyo?
With only a taxi, you can expect travel time to range between 40-60 minutes depending on what area of Tokyo you plan on visiting for the day. Alternatively, solely public transport can range between 60-90 minutes, once again depending on where you decide to go. We strongly recommend hiring a taxi or transfer to a train station as this can greatly reduce travel times if you go with the second option.
Is there a difference between Tokyo Cruise Port and Yokohama Cruise Port?
The city of Tokyo has a number of ports which allow for ships of varying sizes to dock. For large vessels such as cruise ships, you would expect to be docked at the Yokohama Cruise Port which is only a short distance away from the main city.
What cruise lines depart from Tokyo/Yokohama?
Cruise lines that have sailings regularly leave the Japanese capital include:
- Azamara Cruises
- Celebrity Cruises
- Costa Cruises
- Crystal Cruises
- Cunard Cruises
- Holland America Line Cruises
- MSC Cruises
- Oceania Cruises
- Princess Cruises
- Regent Seven Seas Cruises
- Royal Caribbean Cruises
- Silversea Cruises
- Viking Cruises
What’s the best website to find Tokyo cruise deals?
For the best cruise deals from Tokyo look to no other place than Cruise Guru. With hundreds of sailings on offer year-round at the cheapest prices, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a better deal for your dream holiday!
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