Tokyo to Hokkaido Evening Cruise

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  • Price per Adult: from ¥20,000
  • Price per Child: from ¥10,000
  • Duration: 18 hours
  • Availability: Sailing Daily from Oarai (Tokyo) and Tomakomai (Hokkaido)

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Add a visit to Hokkaido onto your trip and travel in style on a cruise ship experiencing beautiful views of the Japanese coastline. Buses depart from Tokyo Station to the ferry terminal.

Tokyo-Sapporo "Pacific Story," Tokyo-Otaru "Otaru Story," Tokyo-Asahikawa "Asahikawa Story," and Tokyo-Furano "Furano Story" are special package tickets, connecting Tokyo and popular tourist attractions in Hokkaido - Sapporo, Otaru, Asahikawa, and Furano - via comfortable ferries and expressway buses.

What's more, you can customise your trip!
Your Sapporo-Otaru-Asahikawa-Furano expressway bus ticket is valid for 2 days.
That means you can stay overnight in Sapporo and explore the city on your way to Otaru, Asahikawa, and Furano.
Tokyo-Port of Oarai and Port of Tomakomai-Hokkaido tickets are valid for 2 days (until the day before boarding and the day of boarding, the day before going ashore and the day of going ashore).

It's easy to customize your trip and arrange the schedule that's right for you. For example, you can add overnight stays in Mito and Oarai, or Tomakomai and Sapporo (local accommodation charges are not included).

Itinerary:

Day 1

16:00 Boarding Opens

18:30 Restaurant Open for Dinner

19:45 Ferry Departs

Spend the evening relaxing in the spa and enjoying the onboard facilities.

Day 2

05:00 Sunrise - Enjoy the beautiful coastal views of Japan from your room or the outside deck

07:30 Restaurant Open for Breakfast

10:00 Daily Entertainment

13:30 Ferry Arrives in Port

Additional Information:

Choose your Destination in Hokkaido:

  • Sapporo - The Capital City of Hokkaido
  • Otaru - Fishing Village famous for glass blowing
  • Asahikawa - Famous for Ramen and Asahiyama Zoo
  • Furano - Undulating fields of flowers during the Summer
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