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Cruises from Tokyo 2017-2018 season

Consider these amazing cruise options from Tokyo for your upcoming cruising holiday.

Cruises from Tokyo run throughout the year with every season offering something new and exciting.

From short round trips exploring Japan to crossing the Pacific and docking in San Francisco, these cruises offer a variety of itineraries.

Here’s our list of the cruises operating from Tokyo along with hand-picked deals to suit your preferences.

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Where do cruises sail to from Tokyo?

  • Sydney
  • Hong Kong
  • Tianjin (Beijing)
  • Osaka
  • Singapore
  • San Francisco
  • Alaska
  • Bangkok
  • Seattle
  • Taipei

Which cruise lines sail from Tokyo?

  • Regent Seven Seas Cruises
  • Crystal Cruises
  • Silversea Cruises


Our picks: Top cruises from Tokyo to Alaska

Alaska and West Canada cruise with Cunard from CruiseAway

Highlights:

  • 26-night cruise on Queen Elizabeth
  • Sail from Yokohama to Vancouver
  • Calls in at Anchorage, Juneau, Icy Strait Point
  • Departures in May 2019

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Japan and Alaska cruise with Cunard from CruiseAway

Highlights:

  • 16-night cruise on Queen Elizabeth
  • Sail from Yokohama to Vancouver
  • Calls in at Kodiak, Anchorage and Juneau
  • Departures in May 2019

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Northbound Pacific Crossing to Vancouver with Holland America Line from CruiseAway

Highlights:

  • 15-night cruise on ms Volendam
  • Sail from Yokohama to Vancouver
  • Calls in at Hakodate, Kushiro, Kodiak, Glacier Bay and Ketchikan
  • Departure in April 2018

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Our picks: Top cruises from Tokyo to Hong Kong

Homage to the Orient with Oceania Cruises from CruiseAway

Highlights:

  • 18-night cruise on Nautica
  • From Yokohama to Bangkok
  • Calls in at Hiroshima, Hong Kong, Hanoi, Da Nang and Ho Chi Minh City
  • Departure is March 2018

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Japan, China and Taiwan adventure with Celebrity Cruises from CruiseAway

Highlights:

  • 14-night cruise on Celebrity Millennium
  • From Yokohama to Hong Kong
  • Calls in at Kobe, Shanghai, Naha, Keelung and Hong Kong
  • Departure is November 2018

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Southeast Asia and Japan cruise with Princess Cruises from CruiseAway

Highlights:

  • 20-night cruise on Diamond Princess
  • Roundtrip cruise from Yokohama
  • Calls in at Kagoshima, Xiamen, Chan May, Hong Kong, Yokohama and Busan
  • Departure in October 2018

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Our picks: Top cruises from Tokyo to Singapore

Exploring the Far East Tokyo cruise with Silversea from CruiseAway

Highlights:

  • 16-night cruise on Silver Whisper
  • Sail from Tokyo to Singapore
  • Calls in at Shanghai, Hong Kong and Ho Chi Minh City
  • Departures in March 2019

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Southeast Asia & Japan cruise on Princess Cruises from Princess Cruise Lines

Highlights:

  • 12 day cruise on the Diamond Princess
  • One way cruise from Tokyo to Singapore
  • Call in at Shimizu, Osaka, Taipei, Hong Kong, Nha Trang and Ho Chi Minh City
  • Departs 7 October 2018

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Our picks: Top cruises from Tokyo to Vancouver

Alaska and West Canada cruise with Cunard from CruiseAway

Highlights:

  • 26-night cruise on Queen Elizabeth
  • Sail from Yokohama to Vancouver
  • Calls in at Anchorage, Juneau, Icy Strait Point
  • Departures in May 2019

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Northbound Pacific Crossing to Vancouver with Holland America Line from CruiseAway

Highlights:

  • 15-night cruise on ms Volendam
  • Sail from Yokohama to Vancouver
  • Calls in at Hakodate, Kushiro, Kodiak, Glacier Bay and Ketchikan
  • Departure in April 2018

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North Pacific Crossing with Holland America Line from CruiseAway

Highlights:

  • 14-night cruise on Alaska and West Canada with ms Westerdam
  • From Yokohama to Vancouver
  • Calls in at Kushiro, Kodiak, Icy Strait Point and Ketchikan
  • Departure in April 2019

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Where do cruises depart from in Tokyo?

Yokohama, located on the outskirts of Tokyo, serves as Tokyo’s primary cruise port.

Tokyo has two commercial airports - Haneda Airport and Narita Airport.

Haneda Airport is closer to the port than Narita Airport. If you prefer public transport, you can take a train from Haneda Airport (around 40 minutes) or a bus from Narita Airport (approximately 2 hours) to reach Yokohama Port.

Some small and medium ships of Azamara, Silversea and Crystal Cruises depart from the Rainbow Bridge in Tokyo Port which is located in the city itself. The cruise terminal is easily accessible from Haneda Airport by monorail, buses, taxi and shuttles within 20-30 minutes.


Airport to cruise terminal transfers

Cruise transfers take the hassle out of hoping on public transport and having to manipulate a transport system you might not be familiar with. You can book shuttles through Viator here.


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Stephanie Yip

Stephanie is the travel editor at finder.com.au. On top of being an avid traveller, she's an all-round bargain hunter. If there's a deal on hotels or a sale on flights, she'll know about it. And she'll let you know about it, too. Though probably not before she buys her own ticket.

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