Welcome to Yokohama Port
Yokohama Port was opened in 1859 as a gateway to the world. In the 160 or so years since then, numerous people have passed through Yokohama as a hub port for regular international sea lanes, developing as one of the gateways to Japan. Even today, there are numerous passenger terminals close to the city, with good access to Tokyo and the airport. Yokohama is one of the biggest port towns in Japan, and it is the home of the passenger ship, Asuka II, in addition to being visited more than 180 times a year by over 80 ships.
Close to the passenger terminals are a beautiful park with a wealth of greenery, and numerous spots for enjoying dining, shopping, sightseeing and activities, offering entertainment before and after cruises. Enjoy the best cruise of your life in the port town of Yokohama, a city that provides for all needs, whether it be short port calls of around 2 hours, longer stays, or accommodation before or after a cruise.
Information for Cruise Ship Passengers
Information on services available during your stay, including free shuttle buses and parking lots, money exchanges, and Wi-Fi spots.
Information on spots that can be enjoyed before or after a cruise, model courses for different lengths of stays, activity plans, etc.
Dining and Shopping Information
Information on stores taking part in the Cruise-Friendly Program, and a restaurant guide unique to Yokohama.
Information on a variety of types of hotels, from luxurious hotels to business hotels.
Information on the main cruise lines at Yokohama Port.
Frequently asked questions regarding Yokohama Port and cruise lines.