NYK Hikawamaru

Activities and Attractions, Art and Museums, Family Activities

NYK Hikawamaru

Hikawamaru is a cargo and passenger ship constructed in 1930. During World War II, it was used as a government impress ship and a special hospital ship for the navy. It resumed its original role as a cargo and passenger ship in 1947 and returned to the Seattle Water Route in 1953. It retired in 1960. Visitors can tour the Art Deco-style dining room, the special guest rooms and other rooms were renovated based on the resources of the prewar days when the ship navigated on the Seattle Water Route. The stormy history of Hikawamaru is also displayed.

Information

Area

Chinatown / Kannai / Yamashita Park

Opening Hours

10:00am - 5:00pm
Closed on Mondays (open if holiday)

Address

(in Yamashita Park) 279, Yamashita-cho, Naka-ku, Yokohama, 231-0023

URL

http://www.nyk.com/rekishi/e/exhibitions/hikawa.htm

Closest Railway Station

"Motomachi-Chukagai Station" (Minatomirai Line)

Tel

045-641-4362

Fax

045-641-4366

Ticket Info

Adult: 300 yen
Senior (65+): 200 yen
Elementary / Junior High / High school students: 100yen
Combination tickets for NYK Maritime Museum are available.

Foreign Language Support

English (website only)

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