tokyo (Japan) to tokyo (Japan) on Seven-Seas-Mariner

15 April 2019
Fly Cruise for 12 nights

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This luxury voyage from Tokyo on Seven Seas Mariner showcases the treasures of Japan, including the fascinating cities of Osaka, Kagoshima and Hiroshima!

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Day Date Port Arrive Depart
1 - Monday 15 April Tokyo (Japan) 2100
Cruise ships arrive at the Harumi Passenger Terminal, where there are good views of Tokyo Bay, Rainbow Bridge and the futuristic skyline. Once in this lively city, the tourist attractions include the moated Imperial Palace, the mature gardens of Koishikawa Korakuen, and Asakusa, which is admired for its flavour of old Tokyo and the 7th-century Buddhist temple of Sensoji. The Ghibli Museum in Mitaka Forest has innovative displays of animation from the famous Studio Ghibli which created the film 'Princess Mononoke'.
2 - Tuesday 16 April Cruising The Pacific Ocean
3 - Wednesday 17 April Osaka (Japan) 0800 2100
With a population of over five million, Osaka is Japan's second-largest city and a thriving metropolis. The Umeda Sky Building has two towers joined by the Floating Garden Observatory on the 39th floor, and Minami is the neon-lit shopping and entertainment district. Osaka was once Japan's capital, and there are remnants of its historic past ' 16th-century Osaka Castle has been partially re-built and in its Nishinomaru Garden there are 600 cherry trees and a tea house.
4 - Thursday 18 April Kochi 0800 1600
5 - Friday 19 April Hososhima 0900 1800
6 - Saturday 20 April Kagoshima (Japan) 0600 1300
7 - Sunday 21 April Jeju 0700 1500
8 - Monday 22 April Seoul (Incheon, South Korea) 1000 2100
Seoul is the capital of South Korea, a large port with a skyline of futuristic skyscrapers and mountains, and one of the world's largest cities. Times Square is a large shopping mall, and there are chic boutiques in Apgujeong and restaurants in Hongdae. Seoul has several World Heritage Sites; the Confucian shrine of Jongmyo; Namdaemun, the South Gate of a 14th- century fortress, and surrounded by parkland I Changdeokgung Palace, which was built by the kings of the Joseon Dynasty.
9 - Tuesday 23 April Cruising The East China Sea
10 - Wednesday 24 April Hiroshima (Japan) 1000 2000
Now a city of broad avenues, Hiroshima was all but obliterated by the nuclear bomb dropped in 1945, and this human disaster is commemorated at the Peace Memorial, which is dedicated to the promotion of world peace. Places to visit include the re-built Hiroshima Castle, the miniature Shukkeien Garden and its tea houses, and the island of Mihajima, backed by wooded hills and famous for the huge red O-torii gate in the bay.
11 - Thursday 25 April Cruising The Pacific Ocean
12 - Friday 26 April Shimizu 0800 1700
13 - Saturday 27 April Tokyo (Japan) 0700 1800
Code Category Status Latest Price
H Deluxe Veranda Suite WAIT LIST £8239pp
G Deluxe Veranda Suite WAIT LIST £8529pp
F Deluxe Veranda Suite WAIT LIST £8759pp
E Concierge Suite WAIT LIST £9129pp
D Concierge Suite WAIT LIST £9499pp
C Penthouse Suite WAIT LIST £10249pp
B Penthouse Suite WAIT LIST £10619pp
A Penthouse Suite WAIT LIST £10999pp
HS Horizon View Suite WAIT LIST £11149pp
SS Seven Seas Suite WAIT LIST £13089pp
MN Mariner Suite WAIT LIST £14579pp
GS Grand Suite WAIT LIST £16819pp
MS Master Suite WAIT LIST £18309pp
Prices: £ price per person based on 2 people sharing.
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