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Tokyo itinerary and upcoming sailing dates
Jan 6, 2020 Southeast Asia and Japan, 14 nights from $4148
Jul 1, 2020 Sydney to Tokyo, 22 nights from $4967
Dec 7, 2019 Kyushu and Shikoku, 8 nights from $5009
Jul 3, 2020 Brisbane to Tokyo, 20 nights from $4582
Apr 15, 2020 Circle Pacific from Sydney, 77 nights from $32233
Mar 15, 2020 Kyushu Spring Flowers, 9 nights from $3676
Apr 17, 2020 Circle Pacific from Brisbane, 77 nights from $31733
Apr 20, 2021 Southeast Asia Japan and Alaska Grand Adventure, 32 nights from $6809
Mar 24, 2020 Shikoku Spring Flowers, 9 nights from $4191
Apr 11, 2020 Sea of Japan Spring Flowers, 9 nights from $4368
May 10, 2020 Kyushu and Shikoku Explorer, 13 nights from $5756
Jun 26, 2020 Circle Japan Explorer, 14 nights from $5949
Apr 20, 2021 Southeast Asia and Japan, 12 nights from $2962
Apr 24, 2021 Far East, 24 nights from $6303
May 2, 2021 Alaska and North Pacific Crossing, 16 nights from $3195
May 2, 2021 Alaska and North Pacific Crossing, 21 nights from $4073
Dec 15, 2019 Southern Islands, 8 nights from $2074
Mar 4, 2020 Japan and Taiwan (from Keelung), 8 nights from $2816
Mar 15, 2020 Kyushu and Shikoku Spring Flowers, 18 nights from $7761
May 7, 2020 Tokyo to San Francisco, 27 nights from $12334
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The Stunning Main Port of Tokyo

The Port of Tokyo's Harumi Passenger Ship Terminal is one of Japan's most convenient terminals with ideal access to any of the scenic sites of Japan. Because Tokyo is located at the very center of the Japanese archipelago, tourists can easily get not only to Tokyo's sightseeing spots but also all other popular destinations scattered from east to west throughout Japan, whether by bullet train, highway, or air.

The sheer level of energy is the most striking aspect of Japan's capital city. While it's true this exciting vibe has a somewhat depressing flip-side - shoebox housing estates and office blocks traversed by overhead expressways crowded with traffic - Tokyo remains a glittering example of the 'miracle' of post-WWII Japan. Despite mega-construction, the average Tokyo suburb hasn't fallen prey to supermarket culture yet: streets are lined with tiny specialist shops and bustling restaurants, most of which stay open late into the night. Close to the soaring office blocks exist pockets of another Tokyo - an old wooden house, a Japanese inn, an old lady in a kimono sweeping the pavement outside her home with a straw broom. More than anything else, Tokyo is a place where the urgent rhythms of consumer culture collide with the quieter moments that linger from older traditions.

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