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Tokyo, the capital of Japan and the largest metropolitan area in the world is undoubtedly a draw for tourists world-wide. To really make the most of any trip to Japan however, you can use AFerry to book ferries to and from Tokyo going to Kitakyushu and Tokushima. Below, you can find all the Tokyo ferry timetables, journey times as well as our best prices
Ferries to and from Tokyo
Ocean Tokyu has a modern fleet of standard and casual ferries offering all the amenities you will ever need for a relaxing journey including comfortable cabins. These ferries can carry up to 401 passengers and 75 cars.
Ocean Tokyu ferries depart from the Tokyo Ferry Terminal. To reach the ferry terminal, you can take a direct bus from Shin-Kiba station on the Metro Yurakucho line.
Tokyo is a vast city. In fact it is the largest metropolitan area in the world. However, as well as the hustle and bustle of some districts like Akihabara and Shibuya there are also more peaceful spots like the Imperial gardens and shrines of Chiyoda or the pottery shops and temple markets of Asakusa.
Tokyo port facilities
This modern port provides all the facilities you would expect from a modern terminal including toilets and vending machines for drinks.
Getting to Tokyo ferry terminal
Odaiba is located in Tokyo Bay, across the waters from central Tokyo. Car traffic travels to and from the city via the Rainbow Bridge.
The island is also connected by the Yurikamome - an automated elevated train. The Yurikamome runs from Shimbashi Station to most of Odaiba's attractions, also stopping at Toyosu Station on the subway's Yurakucho Line. The nearest station on the Yurikamome line is Kokusai-Tenjijo-Seimon although it is still quite a walk.
Alternatively, you can take a bus from Kokusai-tenjijyo station on the Rinkai line.
Ocean Tokyu ferries depart from the Tokyo Ferry Terminal. To reach the ferry terminal, you can take a direct bus from Kokusai-tenjijyo station on the Rinkai line.
Ocean Tokyu Ferry
Tokyo Port Ferry Terminal, 4-8-6 Ariake, Koto-ku, Tokyo, Japan