Want a unique & unforgettable way to explore the Japanese cities of Yokohama and Tokyo? Book a Tokyo Bay Night Cruise with Tokai Kisen for only 1,000 yen on select weekends in May and June!
Disclosure: Our transportation was complimentary and part of an Instagram campaign.
Tokyo Bay Night Cruise With Tokai Kisen
Last Saturday, Miss M and I had an amazing time being tourists for a day in Yokohama.
We haven’t visited since the pandemic hit and with restrictions loosening, it was time to make our long-overdue trip.
We rode the new Yokohama Air Cabin….
…We stopped by the Demon Slayer Festival at World Porters…
We even attended our first rugby game!
After all that walking, we decided to take a very scenic way back home via a Tokyo Bay night cruise with Tokai Kisen!
Operating since 1889, Tokai Kisen operates freight and passenger transportation between Japan’s main island and the Izu Islands south of Tokyo.
In the pre-COVID times, we previously booked a day trip to Izu Oshima with Tokai Kisen. (Read all about our hydrangea hike in Izu Oshima here.)
This is our second time booking a cruise with Tokai Kisen, and this time, we boarded its aptly-titled “Tokyo Bay Night Scenery Cruise” (東京湾夜景クルーズ // toukyou wan yakei kuru-zu).
It’s a one-way leisure cruise that connects the cities of Yokohama and Tokyo via Tokyo Bay.
Schedule, Boarding, Highlights & Booking
The night cruise departs from Osanbashi Pier, Yokohama International Passenger Terminal, at 18:10 and arrives at Takeshiba Pier, Tokyo Takeshiba Terminal at 19:45. (Times may vary due to weather.)
To get to Osanbashi (大さん橋) take the Minato Mirai Line (みなとみらい線) to 日本大通り駅 (Nihon Oodori).
When you arrive at Takeshiba Pier, your nearest station will be Takeshiba (竹芝駅) on the Yurikamome Line (ゆりかもめ線).
Alternatively, you can walk to Daimon (大門駅) on the Toei Oedo Line (大江戸線) or Hamamatsucho (浜松町駅) on the Yamanote Line (山手線).
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Minato Mirai & Bay Bridge
Odaiba and Pallet Town
Adults: 1,000 yen
Children: 500 yen