Tokyo’s Yakatabune Dinner Cruises

One of the best ways to appreciate Tokyo at night is by taking a Tokyo Bay Cruise on a traditional style Japanese Yakatabune boat.

Enjoy breathtaking night views of Tokyo Bay including the beautifully illuminated Rainbow Bridge while enjoying a traditional Japanese style dinner of sashimi and tempura. The Yakatabune cruise features, traditional tatami mat seating and a delicious full course tempura and sashimi dinner serviced with Japanese sake as you take in the glittering sights of Tokyo at night. The joy of marine cruises awaits. Excellent night views of the metropolis in the evening, delicious food and drink are an integral part of this unique way to experience Tokyo.


Cruise Route: Enjoy cruising; Tokyo Bay the Sumida and Arakawa Rivers, from which passengers can enjoy fabulous views of Odaiba, Rainbow Bridge, Hamarikyu Gardens as well as other illuminated nights views from Tokyo’s waterways.

Duration: 2.5 hours (approx.)
Departure: Daily (6:00pm or 7:00pm)
Meal: Japanese “Kaiseki” Style Dinner + Drinks


Remarks:
* Minimum 2 Passengers:
* Week Day Charters from as few as 20 people also available
* Children must be accompanied by an adult (Children rates aged 6 – 11)
* Dinner drinks include unlimited beer, soft drinks, Japanese sake and whisky
* Alcoholic drinks are only for the customers of 20 years and over


For more information and pricing, please contact us.

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5 Responses to Tokyo’s Yakatabune Dinner Cruises

  1. Lisa says:

    Hi,
    I am looking to attend a Tokyo Yakatabune dinner cruise on Saturday 22nd October 2011. However, the websites I have seen so far, only have availability from January 2012 onwards. Have these dinner cruises stopped? If not, who can I book with and how much would it cost?
    Thanks
    Lisa

  2. Erika Woodward says:

    Want to book a cruise. 4 people. Monday, June 24

  3. Hello, I’m interested in making a reservation for 4 people on Sunday 17th May for a 7:00pm yakatabune. Please could you tell me the cost and where we take the yakatabune from?

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