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Tokyo is mesmerising. From ancient shrines, imperial palaces to gleaming department stores and avant-garde boutiques, you will be dazzled by the endless choice of shopping, entertainment and dining available round the clock. The closest cruise port is vibrant Yokohama, the second largest city in Japan and home to the famous Kirin Beer Factory.
Located in the southwest tip of Kyushu Island, Kagoshima is often compared to its Italian sister city of Naples because of its mild weather and palm-tree lined streets. The city lies in the shadow of Mount Sakurajima, an active volcano – similar to Naples and Mount Vesuvius.
This small provincial town is the main transportation hub for the entire Yaeyama Islands group, offering a major airport and a cruise terminal, plus a good range of shops, restaurants and bars. The island is renowned for its beaches and jungle scenery.
Miyakojima, also known as Miyako Island, is Okinawa’s fourth largest island and known for its lovely beaches and excellent coral reefs. The island’s tropical climate make it a popular year-round destination. The island is densely planted with sugar cane fields.