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Explore Japan on Regent Seven Seas Cruises

12 Nights - Departs April 2025

Explore Japan on Regent Seven Seas Cruises

Explore Japan on Regent Seven Seas Cruises

Our exclusive cruise INCLUDES:

  • FREE Business Class Air to Japan in all Suite Categories
  • FREE Business Class Air* on All Intercontinental Flights
  • FREE Pre- or Post-Cruise Land Program
  • FREE Unlimited Shore Excursions
  • FREE Unlimited Beverages, Including Fine Wines and Spirits
  • FREE Open Bars and Lounges Plus In-Suite Mini-Bar Replenished Daily
  • FREE Pre-Paid Gratuities
  • FREE Specialty Restaurants
  • FREE Transfers Between Airport and Ship*
  • FREE Unlimited WiFi*
  • FREE Valet Laundry Service*
  • CONCIERGE SUITES AND HIGHER INCLUDE: FREE 1-Night Pre-Cruise Hotel Package* and more
  • PENTHOUSE SUITES AND HIGHER INCLUDE: FREE Personal Butler and more
  • $200 per couple ship board credit
  • Accent On Travel Cruise Management Fee of $50 Per Person

 

Pricing based off two people:

Category H Veranda Suit $16549 per person

Category G2 Deluxe Veranda $16799 per person

Category G1 Deluxe Veranda $16949 per person

Category F2 Superior Suite $17,299 per person

Category F1 Superior Suite $17449 per person

Category E Concierge Suite $ 18299 per person

Category D Concierge Suite $18649 per person

Call for higher suite categories!

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Itinerary

12 Nights - Departs April 2025

April 14th 2025 | Tokyo, Japan

Because it is the seat of the Japanese government and the home of the Imperial Family, Tokyo is the de facto capital of Japan. The firebombings of WWII in 1945, with 75,000 to 200,000 killed and half of the city destroyed, were almost as devastating as the atomic bombs of Hiroshima and Nagasaki combined. After the war, Tokyo was completely rebuilt. Today, Tokyo is one of the three world finance “command centers,” along with New York and London.

April 15th 2025 | Shimizu, Japan

On a clear day, you can see magnificent Mount Fuji from the lively Port of Shimizu. Visit The S-Pulse Dream Plaza to tour the Shimizu Sushi Museum with informative displays and models that show the history and variations of Japan’s most famous fare. Stroll through the Kashi-no-Ichi Market, where some of the port’s fresh seafood is sold and be sure to enjoy a delicious cup of tea.

April 16th 2025 | Kyoto, Japan

Visit breathtaking temples and shrines of Kyoto, Japan’s old imperial capital, or visit ancient Nara, the cradle of Japanese arts, literature and crafts, with its magnificent shrines and temples. Stroll through Nara Park, famed for its deer and impressive Kasuga Grand Shrine and tour Osaka where you will witness its imposing castle. From Kobe, bring home exotic mementos such as silks, ceramic teapots, paper parasols, superb artworks and pottery among other beautiful objects. Enjoy traditional Japanese fare or indulge in a wonderful dinner of Kobe beef. Everything will be exquisitely prepared and served. Ship overnights tonight.

April 17th, 2025 | Kyoto

Your overnight ends and you will spend another day in Kyoto! Departs 7 PM

April 18th | Kochi, Japan

Kochi boasts beautiful and abundant natural landscapes, from an expansive coastline running with the Kuroshio Current to the clear Shimanto River and the deep green forests that surround it. Located in the south of Shikoku, Kochi is ringed by rugged mountains to the north, and its arc-like southern coastline traces the outline of Tosa Bay. To the east is Cape Muroto, and to the west, Cape Ashizuri, with gently undulating sandy beaches stretching between these two extreme points. The prefecture also boasts the mystical limestone caves of Ryu-ga-do, and the beautiful sands and green pines of Katsura-hama Beach.

April 19th | Hiroshima, Japan

Cities have destinies to fulfill too—Hiroshima is the largest city located on the Honshu Island in Japan. Its modern, industrialized demeanor has a military past since ancient times and the unforgettable atomic bombing in recent times. Tiding over its turbulent history to now being known as the “City of Peace,” Hiroshima has a lot to offer: visit The Peace Memorial Park, a world heritage site, museums resplendent with renaissance art and more.

April 20th | Beppu, Japan

Lovers of hot spring resorts, rejoice. Perched hillside on the southern Japanese island of Kyushu, Beppu bubbles with life thanks to a preponderance of onsen (hot springs). Enjoy a variety of rejuvenating bath types, from heated sand to traditional steam to hot mud. As one of the country’s most popular spots for enjoying a long, hot soak, most visitors find Beppu to be a delightful opportunity to absorb the more relaxed side of Japan’s vibrant culture.

April 21st | Busan, South Korea

Located on the southeastern tip of the Korean Peninsula just two-and-a-half hours from Seoul, Busan is South Korea’s second-largest city. With its deep harbor, it’s also one of the largest commercial ports in the world. Often referred to as “the summer capital of South Korea,” Busan is known for its exceptional beaches, scenic cliffs and ancient temples high in the mountains.

April 22nd | Nagasaki, Japan

Nagasaki is the capital and largest city of Nagasaki Prefecture in Japan. It was a center of European influence in feudal Japan from first contact through the isolationist era until the opening of Japan and the modernization of Japan during the Meiji Restoration. It became a major Imperial Japanese Navy base during the First Sino-Japanese War and Russo-Japanese War. The city became the second city in the world to be bombed by a nuclear weapon, following Hiroshima.

April 23rd | Kagoshima, Japan

Kagoshima is Japan’s southernmost major city, and is nicknamed the “Naples of the Eastern World,” based on its caldera bay location, hot climate, and volcano. The majestic view of Mt Sakurajima, one of the world’s most active volcanoes, dominates the city’s landscape, towering over the beautiful Kinko Bay. The city abounds in historic sightseeing spots such as the memorial site of St. Francisco Xavier, who landed in Kagoshima and first introduced Christianity to Japan.

April 24th | At Sea

Enjoy today on your beautiful ship!

April 25th | Tokyo, Japan

Because it is the seat of the Japanese government and the home of the Imperial Family, Tokyo is the de facto capital of Japan. The firebombings of WWII in 1945, with 75,000 to 200,000 killed and half of the city destroyed, were almost as devastating as the atomic bombs of Hiroshima and Nagasaki combined. After the war, Tokyo was completely rebuilt. Today, Tokyo is one of the three world finance “command centers,” along with New York and London.

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