10 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: March 2019
not enough time to visit what we wanted Took the subway visited Shibuya scramble crossing Cherry blossom trees near emperors palace, however gardens closed on Monday. Royal Caribbean should know this but obviously not bothered so ... Read More
not enough time to visit what we wanted Took the subway visited Shibuya scramble crossing Cherry blossom trees near emperors palace, however gardens closed on Monday. Royal Caribbean should know this but obviously not bothered so choose this as a day to dock! Read Less
7 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: October 2018
As at all ports in Japan everything very well organized by Japanese tourist boards. There are always shuttles into town, helpful people to assist, money exchanges. Free WiFi, etc. etc. We staid in Yokohama as we staid in Japan after the ... Read More
As at all ports in Japan everything very well organized by Japanese tourist boards. There are always shuttles into town, helpful people to assist, money exchanges. Free WiFi, etc. etc. We staid in Yokohama as we staid in Japan after the cruise and had time for Tokio later, other took the train to Tokio, which is a short distance by train. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: October 2018
Prior to the cruise, I visited Kamakura's Hachiman shrine, Hasedera temple, Shijo Kingo's house and the Dai Butsu. I also visited Yokohama's Chinatown the morning of the ship's departure. I spent a few days in ... Read More
Prior to the cruise, I visited Kamakura's Hachiman shrine, Hasedera temple, Shijo Kingo's house and the Dai Butsu. I also visited Yokohama's Chinatown the morning of the ship's departure. I spent a few days in Tokyo as well, visiting Meiji Shrine, did some shopping in Shibuya, enjoyed the exhibits at the Mori Art Museum and National Art Center, took in the view from the Tokyo Sky Tree, visited Ginza, Akihabara and more. Read Less
5 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2018
Half day city sights,visited Tokyo Tower,great,Asakusa Temple ery crowde and hot.
Half day city sights,visited Tokyo Tower,great,Asakusa Temple ery crowde and hot. Read Less
19 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2018
Free shuttle to station, then train to Tokyo. We took the open top bus but this was poor. We were shown tall buildings bridges and the highlight. The road the imperial palace was on. Unfortunately one of group had mobility issues so we ... Read More
Free shuttle to station, then train to Tokyo. We took the open top bus but this was poor. We were shown tall buildings bridges and the highlight. The road the imperial palace was on. Unfortunately one of group had mobility issues so we could not get to see more of Tokyo. Read Less
8 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2018
On my port day in Yokohama, I visited Sankeien Garden. It takes about 20-25 mins to get there on the No. 8 bus a few blocks from the port. The Tourist Info in the Cruise Terminal are wonderful. They have maps, leaflets, costs, things ... Read More
On my port day in Yokohama, I visited Sankeien Garden. It takes about 20-25 mins to get there on the No. 8 bus a few blocks from the port. The Tourist Info in the Cruise Terminal are wonderful. They have maps, leaflets, costs, things written down in Japanese etc. The port is very close to some attractions so you can get of the ship and just walk around. Cruise terminal has free wifi. On the final day after transferring to Narita, I took the train (Keisei Line, 480yen return, 3 trains an hour, 1 stop from terminal 2) and wandered along a delightful old shopping street to Narita-San Temple which has quite a large collection of buildings and nice gardens. Its also wheelchair accessible so after climbing all those steps, I came back down using various lifts and ramps. I'm so glad I did this as I'd felt robbed of time onshore during the cruise. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: August 2018
We stayed in Tokyo for 2 nights before boarding the cruise ship, it is a lovely city and the citizens are so polite and friendly, we went off the ship in Yokohama in the morning after breakfast, we found that quite a few of the shops do ... Read More
We stayed in Tokyo for 2 nights before boarding the cruise ship, it is a lovely city and the citizens are so polite and friendly, we went off the ship in Yokohama in the morning after breakfast, we found that quite a few of the shops do not open till 11.00 a.m. or after as it was in most ports. Read Less
19 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2018
Find a tour guide or do lots of research beforehand because there's so much to see and do. There's something for everyone - history, art, architecture, shopping, food, etc. We were able to eat fresh sushi and sashimi at the ... Read More
Find a tour guide or do lots of research beforehand because there's so much to see and do. There's something for everyone - history, art, architecture, shopping, food, etc. We were able to eat fresh sushi and sashimi at the fish market, go to an outdoor street market, visit the Tokyo Museum, visit Disney, and see other sites while in Tokyo. Read Less
6 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2018
We love Tokyo! It is about a 50 minute train ride to downtown from the port. Yokohama is a nice city to walk in. You can literally walk right out of the port into the city.
We love Tokyo! It is about a 50 minute train ride to downtown from the port. Yokohama is a nice city to walk in. You can literally walk right out of the port into the city. Read Less

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