Take a cruise around Yokosuka's Naval Port and eat Navy Curry!
Yokosuka Navel Port has developed as a navy port since Japan opened its doors to the world about 160 years ago, after a 200-year isolation period. Today the Japanese navy and the US navy share the port, so the area is full of battleships. On this tour you will set off on a cruise around the port where you can enjoy the unusual sight of a large number of gigantic battleships, including a battleship the length of the height of Tokyo Tower! The cruise announcements are only made in Japanese, but you will have you otomo tour guide to translate for you. You will also explore the battleship; Mikasa, which fought in the Russo-Japanese war. Do not forget to taste the specialty; navy curry!
・Enjoy the only cruise in Japan where you can see both Japanese and the American navy battleships at the same port. The cruise narrations are only made in Japanese, but you will be with your otomo tour guide who will translate for you, so there is no need to worry!
・Taste the local specialties; navy curry and navy burgers.
・There are lots of militarily related shops for you to shop in!
・Explore Mikasa, one of the Three Great Historical Warships of the World.
・Yokosuka Naval Port Cruise
・Military Shop FUJI
・"Mikasa" Historic Memorial Warship
・Please come in comfortable clothing, as this tour involves a lot of walking.
・The tour begins and ends in different locations. If you would like to change the location of where the tour ends, please consult with your tour guide.
・This tour includes a lunch/dinner venue.
・Depending on the weather and the state of the sea, the cruise ship at Yokosuka Naval Port may be cancelled or suspended. If this is the case on your tour date, your tour guide will take you to an alternative location.
The following expenses are not included in the tour fee. Please bring extra money to experience this tour to its fullest.
-Travel expenses and entrance fees (about JPY 2000)
-Money for food, souvenirs and extra activities not mentioned in the explanation of the tour above.
The JR line, Yokosuka Station *Note that this is not the Keikyu Line, Yokosuka-chuo Station