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About Tokyo

With age-old folklore and customs that synchronizes with novel and modern technologies, Japan is absolutely a center of learning to stimulate the inception of groundbreaking ideas. The capital of Japan, Tokyo is one of the most frenzied and impressive cities on the planet. Although the population of its central city is around 13 million, on the whole, the population of Greater Tokyo is at about 37 million, which makes it one of the largest cities in the world.

The city is also a financial powerhouse, being home to a number of large-scale, global corporations, as well as the Tokyo Stock Exchange. Travelers to Japan have myriad sites and locations to visit, ranging from Japan's many cultural museums, peaceful parks, impressive shopping districts, and plenty more.

In addition to state-of-the-art conference facilities, there are several unique and modern sites where one can plan international gatherings and functions. Tokyo's compact transport system includes several busses, trains along with numerous high-speed metro carriers.

Modern and cosmopolitan, rich in cultural heritage, Japan’s capital moves 40 million passengers daily along its efficient train system, and 1.3 million people use a taxi each day. From majestic skyscrapers to the Imperial Palace East Gardens, the variety and intrigue of Tokyo never ends. We’ve divided the city into five distinct zones to better define Tokyo’s versatility as a host city.

Tokyo, one of the world's largest cities, offers a uniquely eclectic mix of traditional and contemporary attractions.

Tokyo offers a diversity of cruise types, from regular services convenient for sightseeing and traveling, to one-off services paired with seasonal events, and even yakatabune services featuring meals and shows. Select the ideal cruise to enjoy according to purpose or situation.