Tokyo Port Guide

A stop at Tokyo Port will put you right in the middle of culture-filled Japan. When visiting this port, you'll get a taste of both the old and the new. There are a wide variety of ways you can enjoy the tradition and vision of the intelligent and honorable people of the region. While you may be a little overwhelmed at first, it's definitely worth taking the time to explore all of the interesting aspects of Tokyo.

Though Tokyo is known to be crowded, it is also considered one of the friendliest places on earth. The people who inhabit this city are generally honest, helpful and kind. Very few other places will give you the feeling of safety and welcome that you get while docked at this port.


You may have heard rumors about how expensive shopping can be in Toyko, but it doesn't have to be. If you take the time to look, this city has some amazing goods at decent prices. Popular take home items include handcrafted trinkets and culturally-inspired souvenirs. Seikadou, located at the Landmark Plaza, is a store that offers Japanese clay crafts and pottery. 

For more high priced souvenirs, Mappin & Webb offers a large variety of silver and silver plated items. You can find this shop near the Yokohama train station. Yokohama Memories in the Landmark Plaza is a business that offers souvenirs that add a personal touch. Items bought here will definitely remind your loved ones of your trip to Japan.

Things to Do

There are definitely enough sights and sounds near the Toyko port of call that you will never be bored. This amazing city has well over 20 museums, some of which go beyond visual art on display. The Kite Museum, for example, displays kites and kite designs from historic times and explains the traditions that go along with it.

There are also plenty of temples and religious landmarks within short driving distance from the Tokyo cruise terminal. If you are interested in the more modern parts of the city, try visiting one of the various amusement parks in the area.

Restaurants and Bars

Foods from all over the world can be found all over in Tokyo. Near Ishikawacho, Hamajin is the place to go if you are interested in traditional Japanese fare. If you're not a fan of Japanese food, you'll find other choices that include American food, Italian food and French food. American Eats on Queen's Square is a good choice. Restaurants near this port are outnumbered only by the number of people inhabiting it. 

Bars are also abundant in Tokyo and the nightlife is definitely alive and well. Enjoy a drink and a night out dancing in almost any section of the city. For a romantic night out with your loved one, be sure to visit Moon Phase for an evening cocktail right on the waters edge.  If you are looking for something a little more lively, try Southern Wind for a night of jazz and other live entertainment.

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