Japan Grand Voyage from Yokohama – Queen Elizabeth – 4 May 2025 

Overview

  • 2 spacious outdoor pools
  • Complimentary room service
  • Complimentary traditional Afternoon Tea
  • Cunard’s world-famous White Star service
  • Kids’ Zones and play areas – from tots to teens
  • Traditional Deck Games – lawn bowling, shuffleboard
  • 11 bars and lounges including the Winter Garden and Champagne Bar
  • Queens Room Ballroom – dance the night away to the live band’s tunes
  • Royal Court Theatre – from cabaret, comedy, and music to West End-style shows

Cruise Itinerary Map


 

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Your Itinerary

DAY 1-2

Fly from UK

DAY 2

Tokyo -Embark

Tokyo is a fascinating city that seamlessly blends the ancient and modern worlds. The bustling metropolis is home to over 13 million people and is known for its towering skyscrapers, vibrant nightlife, and delicious cuisine. Visitors can explore the historic temples and shrines, wander through the neon-lit streets of Shinjuku, or indulge in some retail therapy in the trendy Harajuku district. Don't miss the chance to try some of the local delicacies, like sushi, ramen, and tempura. Tokyo is truly a city that offers something for everyone. 
   
DAY 3

At Sea

You’ll always find a place to bask in the sun onboard or find the outdoor whirlpools, swimming pools, and ample sun loungers, or simply relax with a book or a cocktail and enjoy the peace of the company of newfound friends. Activities and entertainment tend to ramp up on days at sea because everyone is onboard the ship. You might notice more trivia contests, tournaments in the casino, afternoon shows in the theater, musical entertainment, poolside activities, and even special classes not offered on other days of your cruise. 
DAY 4

Beppu

Beppu is a charming city located in Japan's Oita prefecture, renowned for its hot springs and therapeutic baths. The city is surrounded by mountains and the sea, making it a perfect getaway for tourists who want to experience both nature and relaxation. Beppu offers a variety of hot springs, ranging from traditional onsen to sand baths and mud baths. One of the must-see attractions is the Hells of Beppu, a collection of hot springs with different colors and characteristics. Visitors can also enjoy local cuisine, such as the famous Beppu bamboo steamed dishes.
 
DAY 5

At Sea

You’ll always find a place to bask in the sun onboard or find the outdoor whirlpools, swimming pools, and ample sun loungers, or simply relax with a book or a cocktail and enjoy the peace of the company of newfound friends. Activities and entertainment tend to ramp up on days at sea because everyone is onboard the ship. You might notice more trivia contests, tournaments in the casino, afternoon shows in the theater, musical entertainment, poolside activities, and even special classes not offered on other days of your cruise. 
DAY 6

Busan

Busan is Korea's second-largest city.  Tourists often come to this region to hike and visit the Buddhist Temples located deep within the region's mountains. The Beomeosa Temple, founded in 678 AD, is perhaps one of the most frequented temples in the area and is always packed with worshipers and tourists. For art buffs, Busan offers several museums and historical buildings. If scenery is your thing, try visiting Dongbaek Island, or bird watching at the Nakdong River estuary.   The country’s largest beach, Haeundae, is 40 minutes away from central Busan and has luxury hotels, and a carnival boardwalk.  
DAY 7

Nagasaki

Nagasaki is a unique and interesting destination in Japan that has a rich history and culture. It is famous for its beautiful scenery, hot springs, and delicious local cuisine. One of the top attractions is the Peace Park and Atomic Bomb Museum, which is a sobering reminder of the tragic events of World War II. Another must-see is the Nagasaki National Peace Memorial Hall for the Atomic Bomb Victims, which pays tribute to the victims of the atomic bombing. Visitors can also enjoy the stunning views of the city from Mount Inasa, and explore the historic Dutch Slope district.
 
Day 8

Kagoshima

Kagoshima is a city located on the southern tip of Kyushu island, Japan. It is known for its active volcano, Sakurajima, which offers a breathtaking view of the city. Aside from the natural wonder, the city also boasts historical landmarks such as the Sengan-en, a traditional Japanese garden, and the residence of the Shimazu samurai clan. Foodies will enjoy the local cuisine, particularly Kurobuta pork, a premium pork variety only found in Kagoshima. Travelers seeking a unique experience will find it in Kagoshima.
       
DAY 9

Kochi

Kochi, also known as Cochin, is a vibrant coastal city in Kerala, India. With its rich history, diverse culture, and beautiful scenery, Kochi is a must-visit destination for travelers. Explore the city's colonial past by visiting the Fort Kochi area, where you can see the iconic Chinese fishing nets, St. Francis Church and the Dutch Palace. Take a stroll along Marine Drive to enjoy the stunning views of the Arabian Sea and the city skyline. Don't forget to indulge in the local cuisine, which features a blend of Indian, Chinese, and European influences.
 
Day 10

At Sea

You’ll always find a place to bask in the sun onboard or find the outdoor whirlpools, swimming pools, and ample sun loungers, or simply relax with a book or a cocktail and enjoy the peace of the company of newfound friends. Activities and entertainment tend to ramp up on days at sea because everyone is onboard the ship. You might notice more trivia contests, tournaments in the casino, afternoon shows in the theater, musical entertainment, poolside activities, and even special classes not offered on other days of your cruise. 
DAY 11

Tokyo

Tokyo is a fascinating city that seamlessly blends the ancient and modern worlds. The bustling metropolis is home to over 13 million people and is known for its towering skyscrapers, vibrant nightlife, and delicious cuisine. Visitors can explore the historic temples and shrines, wander through the neon-lit streets of Shinjuku, or indulge in some retail therapy in the trendy Harajuku district. Don't miss the chance to try some of the local delicacies, like sushi, ramen, and tempura. Tokyo is truly a city that offers something for everyone. 
   
DAY 12

At Sea

You’ll always find a place to bask in the sun onboard or find the outdoor whirlpools, swimming pools, and ample sun loungers, or simply relax with a book or a cocktail and enjoy the peace of the company of newfound friends. Activities and entertainment tend to ramp up on days at sea because everyone is onboard the ship. You might notice more trivia contests, tournaments in the casino, afternoon shows in the theater, musical entertainment, poolside activities, and even special classes not offered on other days of your cruise. 
DAY 13

Hiroshima

Hiroshima, the first thing that comes to mind is the atomic bomb. The Peace Memorial Park and Museum are the most visited attractions in Hiroshima. Many first-time visitors are aware of the museum but what they may not realize, is that Hiroshima is also one of the best food cities in Japan. Like Osaka, it’s famous for its okonomiyaki and has long been the source of the best oysters in the country. Hiroshima is one of three cities that the local Japanese like to visit when they travel for food, the other two being Nagoya and Fukuoka.  
DAY 14

At Sea

You’ll always find a place to bask in the sun onboard or find the outdoor whirlpools, swimming pools, and ample sun loungers, or simply relax with a book or a cocktail and enjoy the peace of the company of newfound friends. Activities and entertainment tend to ramp up on days at sea because everyone is onboard the ship. You might notice more trivia contests, tournaments in the casino, afternoon shows in the theater, musical entertainment, poolside activities, and even special classes not offered on other days of your cruise. 
DAY 15

Nagasaki

Nagasaki is a unique and interesting destination in Japan that has a rich history and culture. It is famous for its beautiful scenery, hot springs, and delicious local cuisine. One of the top attractions is the Peace Park and Atomic Bomb Museum, which is a sobering reminder of the tragic events of World War II. Another must-see is the Nagasaki National Peace Memorial Hall for the Atomic Bomb Victims, which pays tribute to the victims of the atomic bombing. Visitors can also enjoy the stunning views of the city from Mount Inasa, and explore the historic Dutch Slope district.
 
DAY 16

Busan

Busan is Korea's second-largest city.  Tourists often come to this region to hike and visit the Buddhist Temples located deep within the region's mountains. The Beomeosa Temple, founded in 678 AD, is perhaps one of the most frequented temples in the area and is always packed with worshipers and tourists. For art buffs, Busan offers several museums and historical buildings. If scenery is your thing, try visiting Dongbaek Island, or bird watching at the Nakdong River estuary.   The country’s largest beach, Haeundae, is 40 minutes away from central Busan and has luxury hotels, and a carnival boardwalk.  
DAY 17

At Sea

You’ll always find a place to bask in the sun onboard or find the outdoor whirlpools, swimming pools, and ample sun loungers, or simply relax with a book or a cocktail and enjoy the peace of the company of newfound friends. Activities and entertainment tend to ramp up on days at sea because everyone is onboard the ship. You might notice more trivia contests, tournaments in the casino, afternoon shows in the theater, musical entertainment, poolside activities, and even special classes not offered on other days of your cruise. 
DAY 18-19

Osaka - Overnight Onboard

Osaka is a vibrant city located in the Kansai region of Japan. Known for its delectable cuisine, Osaka is a food lover's paradise. The city is famous for its street food like takoyaki and okonomiyaki. Osaka is also home to the famous Osaka Castle, a historic structure that attracts tourists from all over the world. Another popular attraction is the Universal Studios Japan theme park, which is a must-visit for movie lovers. The city's nightlife is also something to experience, with plenty of bars, clubs, and karaoke venues to keep you entertained. 
 
DAY 20

At Sea

You’ll always find a place to bask in the sun onboard or find the outdoor whirlpools, swimming pools, and ample sun loungers, or simply relax with a book or a cocktail and enjoy the peace of the company of newfound friends. Activities and entertainment tend to ramp up on days at sea because everyone is onboard the ship. You might notice more trivia contests, tournaments in the casino, afternoon shows in the theater, musical entertainment, poolside activities, and even special classes not offered on other days of your cruise. 
DAY 21

Tokyo - Disembark

Tokyo is a fascinating city that seamlessly blends the ancient and modern worlds. The bustling metropolis is home to over 13 million people and is known for its towering skyscrapers, vibrant nightlife, and delicious cuisine. Visitors can explore the historic temples and shrines, wander through the neon-lit streets of Shinjuku, or indulge in some retail therapy in the trendy Harajuku district. Don't miss the chance to try some of the local delicacies, like sushi, ramen, and tempura. Tokyo is truly a city that offers something for everyone. 
   
DAY 21

Fly Overnight to UK

Your magical holiday is completed, transfer to the airport for your onward flight home. Have a safe journey and enjoy your flight.
Day 22

Arrive UK

Welcome home, we will be contacting you in a few days to check that your holiday cruise met your expectations and that you had a wonderful time.