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NYK Hikawamaru Exhibits

Yamashita Park, Yokohama 231-0023, Kanagawa Prefecture
+81 45-641-4362
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Yamashita Park, Yokohama 231-0023, Kanagawa Prefecture
+81 45-641-4362

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Reviewed 5 days ago

Hikawa Maru, a Japanese ocean liner which was once called the 'Queen of the Pacific" is now berthed at Yamashita Pier in Yokohama and is a museum ship. It was one of three ships of similar design and had its maiden voyage between Kobe and...More

Thank Oldjack
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

What a great place, we could imagine being on this ship, it was so authentic, very glamorous the ambience of the whole experience was fantastic, the engine rooms were remarkable.

Thank janetb679
Reviewed 8 April 2017

Located in Yokohama Port at Yamashita Park, the permanently docked cruise liner is a visual treat of earlierocean cruising days. Self guided tour was a delightful way to spend an hour. $300 adult, $200 senior, worrh a visit.

Thank Ted M
Reviewed 7 April 2017

This is a nice adjunct to time spent in Yamashida Park. The cost is very reasonable (300yen for adults-- 2.75USD in 2017). There is a 27 min. film (in Japanese, with English subtitles). I didn't watch it as I had read many articles online regarding...More

1  Thank LittlePrince1977
Reviewed 25 March 2017

Extremely well-preserved 1930`s luxury liner with art deco interior. Access to passenger cabins, communal lounges, deck, engine room. Excellent bilingual historical explanations.

Thank mlemmard
Reviewed 19 January 2017

This vessel is certainly worth a look if you have a spare hour in Yokohama. The Hikawa Maru has had a very interesting history. She was built in 1930 as a cargo/passenger liner on the Japan - Seattle run. You can visit all decks and...More

1  Thank Steve M
Reviewed 18 January 2017

Being a naval and maritime history fan I really enjoyed this ship. I learned that Charlie Chaplin favored this ship because of it's tempera! Great perspective back in time to when these ships ruled the oceans and the luxury and style of the time. A...More

Thank Bradford B
Reviewed 6 January 2017

To get a feel of the colourful history and nostalgia this vessel invokes with so many people, be sure to watch the presentation first after purchasing your ticket, then explore at your own pace. Hikawamaru’s interior is a somewhat faded and old fashioned, but great...More

Thank Hitchiker_bear
Reviewed 8 December 2016

First info. If you stay at Rose hotel, you can get a free entrance ticket. This vessel is one of the bets maintain museums vessel i ever see. I was very happy about the engine room when I saw the sign from BW Copenhagen.

Thank kmittag
Reviewed 27 November 2016

We enjoyed visiting this liner turned museum. Being one of the few NYK liners to not be sunk during WWII, it serves as a good history lesson during it's sailing days from the early 20th century to after WWII. There is a companion NYK museum...More

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