Southern Japan

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  • Queen Elizabeth
  • Tokyo to Tokyo
  • 16 - 26 April 2024

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Cruise on board Queen Elizabeth from Tokyo to Tokyo for 10 nights.

Sailing roundtrip from Tokyo, this 10-night voyage sailing on Queen Elizabeth offers time to explore in Kobe, Kochi, Nagasaki, and Hiroshima, along with a stop in the city of Busan in South Korea.

Cruise Itinerary

Tokyo 16-04-2024
Kobe 18-04-2024
Kochi 19-04-2024
Busan, South Korea 21-04-2024
Nagasaki 22-04-2024
Hiroshima 25-04-2024
Tokyo 26-04-2024
Tokyo

Tokyo Embark: 16 April 2024

The second largest city in Japan is Yokohama, a rapidly developing and exciting city filled with Japanese charm and culture. In 1854 Yokohama became the first port opened to foreign trade in the country so there is an interesting maritime and international flavour to the city. It is one of the most accessible cities in Japan and is less than half an hour from Tokyo by train. You will find much to do and see during your Yokohama cruise, from discovering landmarks and exploring museums to sampling tasty Japanese cuisine and shopping till you drop in one of the city’s expansive malls.
Kobe

Kobe In Port: 18 April 2024

Kobe is the starting point for excursions to the cultural fountainheads of Classical Japan. Ride the bullet train to the classical pavilions and castles of Kyoto. Until 1868, Kyoto was the capital of Japan, filled with elegant timber buildings and, perhaps more than any other Japanese city, imbued with Kami, the divine spirit. You'll sense it everywhere, for there are hundreds of Shinto shrines and over a thousand Buddhist temples.
Kochi

Kochi In Port: 19 April 2024

Experience a slice of the real Japan in cosmopolitan Kochi, a vibrant modern city with friendly people and a laidback vibe.With easy access to sea and mountains, there are sweeping beaches, hidden temples and a hilltop castle to explore besides the trendy malls and bustling palm-lined arcades of Kochi downtown. For spectacular views across the city, it's worth the climb to the castle; a gleaming example of 17th century history with its perfectly intact interior documenting a dramatic feudal past. The nearby Hirome food market sells everything from fresh fish to tasty katsuo and ramen noodles, but for a calmer pilgrimage, visit Chikurin-ji Temple.
Busan, South Korea

Busan, South Korea In Port: 21 April 2024

South Korea's second largest city after Seoul, Busan likes its attractions to be gargantuan! Head to the world's largest department store, Centum City, or spend the day relaxing on Haeundae Beach Korea's largest. If a more cultural experience beckons, admire the pagodas, gates, temple halls, and shrines of Beomeosa Temple.
Nagasaki

Nagasaki In Port: 22 April 2024

On Nagasaki cruises you can look forward to rich cosmopolitan atmosphere and the beautiful seaside scenery.Standing over the Nakashima River is Japans first Chinese-style stone bridge, the Spectacle Bridge, which reflects as ovals on the surface of the water. It is said that bridges here were only built on roads that led to temples, ornate structures that still adorn many of the streets.Etched in the memory of Nagasaki is the 1945 atomic bomb that destroyed much of the city. Today it still lingers in poignant reminders, such as Peace Park and the A-Bomb Museum, all part of our Nagasaki cruise shore excursions.
Hiroshima

Hiroshima In Port: 25 April 2024

Containing moving peace monuments to the end of World War II, Hiroshima is a modern city which has grown from the destruction, forward-looking, yet with deeply traditional roots. It is an immensely fascinating city. There is more to discover in Hiroshima than its evocative Atomic Bomb Dome - there's the landscaped Shukkeien Garden, the Mazda Museum and okonomiyaki, a batter and cabbage pancake topped with octopus, shrimp or pork.
Tokyo

Tokyo Disembark: 26 April 2024

The second largest city in Japan is Yokohama, a rapidly developing and exciting city filled with Japanese charm and culture. In 1854 Yokohama became the first port opened to foreign trade in the country so there is an interesting maritime and international flavour to the city. It is one of the most accessible cities in Japan and is less than half an hour from Tokyo by train. You will find much to do and see during your Yokohama cruise, from discovering landmarks and exploring museums to sampling tasty Japanese cuisine and shopping till you drop in one of the city’s expansive malls.
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Elegant and Modern

Her elegance and modern features have won her many accolades and made her a firm favourite with her passengers. The heyday of Hollywood glamour is evoked by Queen Elizabeth's elegant wood panelling, gleaming chandeliers, marble flooring and beautiful decorative touches.

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