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Harumi Passenger Ship Terminal

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Harumi Passenger Ship Terminal

Harumi Passenger Ship Terminal is located at 5 Chome-7-1 Harumi, Chuo City, Tokyo 104-0053. It is about 70 kilometers from Narita Airport and it takes about 1 hour by car. The distance to the center of Tokyo is about 5 kilometers, and it only takes about 15 minutes by car. You may wish to add nearby areas such as Ginza, Tsukiji Market, or Odaiba to your itinerary and plan a day trip to downtown Tokyo. Our door to door car rental with driver service is the most convenient way of transportation. Our company's drivers are not only skilled and polite but if you book in advance, we can also arrange basic English speaking drivers to serve you.  We have 7-seater, 10-seater, 14-seater van, and  20-seater Coaster bus. If you need a chauffeur service betweeen Harumi Port and Tokyo, it is recommended that you try to avoid this time during your departure and return.



Harumi to/from Narita Airport
Our company provides safe and affordable private chauffeur service for foreign visitors. Some of your private drivers can speak basic English, and will escort you to Harumi Passenger Ship Terminal from Tokyo. Whether you are going to Harumi Passenger Ship Terminal from Narita Airports or a hotel in Tokyo,  a limousine service is  the most convenient and affordable way. For more information, please contact our Japan limousine service specialists.

Harumi Passenger Ship Terminal has a length of 1,189 meters and a water depth of 9 to 10 meters. It has a total of 7 berths and is a passenger shipping center. Harumi Passenger Ship Terminal was opened in May 1991. It is a berth for domestic and foreign passenger ships. It is also the place where Antarctic observation ships dock. The center has a total of 6 floors, including a first floor, a second floor, the resting place (waiting area) and the Passport Control Center, a third-floor Observation Deck, a fourth-floor Multi-purpose Hall, and a sixth-floor Viewing Platform. Training and learning venues also hold activities such as role-playing and fanzine sales. In addition, there are parking lots around the clock and Toei Bus, and there are many bus routes to Tokyo Station and other places. The night view of Harumi Passenger Ship Terminal and Harumi Terminal Park Observation Deck is a famous couple dating location. The Tokyo Port Festival is held every May at the Harumi Passenger Ship Terminal.

The port of Tokyo has ranked No. 1 in Japan's foreign trade container throughout for 16 consecutive years since 1998 and has become an international trade port representing Japan. At the same time, as a logistics base port in Japan, it has become an indispensable lifeline for the life and industrial activities of 40 million people in the capital and the sea portal. As a highly-developed sea, land, and air integrated logistics center centered on the capital area, the airport, railroads, and main roads are installed to form a network that connects the port of Tokyo and major cities around Japan. The Port of Tokyo is also a component of the International Strategic Harbor designated by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport, and Tourism of Japan and one of Japan's three super hub ports. It is commonly referred to as the Keihama Port together with the Cruise Port of Yokohama. Most cruise ships arriving at the port of Tokyo stop at the Harumi Passenger Ship Terminal. Common cruise series include Diamond Princess, Spectrum Of The Seas, Seven Seas Voyager, Crystal Symphony, Spectrum Of The Seas, Celebrity Millennium, Sun Princess, Viking Orion, Voyager Of The Seas, Norwegian Spirit, Golden Princess, Radiance Of The Seas, Silver Muse, Queen Elizabeth, Star Breeze, Celebrity Eclipse, MSC BELLISSIMA, Oceania Regatta, etc. (International cruise ships may temporarily change docks depending on weather conditions, port congestion, etc. Subject to cruise company notice).



How to get to Harumi Passenger Ship Terminal
To #05 by Toei Bus: Get on at Tokyo-eki Marunouchi Minamiguchi / Yurakucho / Ginza 4-chome / Kachidoki Station, and get off at Harumi Terminal Station, and walk for about 3 minutes.
To #03 by Toei Bus: Get on at Yotsuya-eki / Hanzomon Station, and get off at Harumi Terminal Station, and walk for about 3 minutes.
Kin #13 Koh by Toei Bus: Get on at Kinshicho-eki Station, and get off at Harumi Terminal Station, and walk for about 3 minutes.

Given that Chuo City and the surrounding Shinagawa and Odaiba areas have a variety of entertainment and shopping facilities, it is recommended that you book our Tokyo chauffeur service, which not only saves time and energy on public transport transfers, but is also comfortable, safe, and convenient.

Most Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is it easy to get to Harumi Passenger Ship Terminal from downtown Tokyo?
    Yes, Downtown Tokyo is about 5 kilometers from Harumi Passenger Ship Terminal. It only takes about 15 minutes by car and public transportation takes about half an hour.
  • Is it easy to get from Narita Airport to Harumi Passenger Ship Terminal?
    Yes, there are shuttle buses to Harumi Passenger Ship Terminal at the airport, or you can also book Japan Holiday's private transfer service. We have comfortable 7-seater, 10-seater, 14-seater van, or 20-seater Coaster buses of your choice.
  • Is Harumi Passenger Ship Terminal a port of Tokyo?
    Yes, Tokyo Port has more than a dozen terminals, including Oi Container Terminal, Aomi Container Terminal, Shinagawa Container Terminal, Harumi Passenger Ship Terminal, and Hinode Terminal.
  • What are the attractions around Harumi Passenger Ship Terminal?
    Because it is located in the center of Tokyo, it is surrounded by Harumi Terminal Park, Rainbow Bridge, Former Shiba Rikyu Gardens, KidZania Tokyo, Ginza, Tsukiji Market, Odaiba and so on. Whether an adult or child, there are many options to either play, entertain, or shop.
  • Can Harumi Passenger Ship Terminal capture fireworks?
    Yes, you can. Tokyo's annual celebration, the Tokyo Port Festival, is held every May at the Harumi Passenger Ship Terminal. Many photography enthusiasts gather here to take pictures of the fireworks.
  • What are the opening hours of the Observation Deck of the Harumi Passenger Ship Terminal?
    The opening hours are July 20 to August 31, from 9:00 to 20:00; other days from 9:00 to 17:00.
  • Can you provide private transfer service for day trips around the Harumi Passenger Ship Terminal?
    Yes, we can. Our Tokyo one-day tour car covers all 23 areas, as long as the time does not exceed 10 hours and the mileage does not exceed 300 kilometers. There is an additional fee for transfer that go over 10 hours and 300 kilometers. Our Tokyo car rental company can provide you with comfortable 7-seater, 10-seater, 14-seater van, or 20-seater Coaster bus for shuttle service. If you book in advance, we can also arrange basic English-speaking drivers to serve you.
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