When Takeshiba Pier is sailed, and hotel “ Inter Continental ” on the right hand passes by, you can see Hinode Pier next.
Over “ Yurikamome-Line ”, you will be able to catch a glimpse of “ Tokyo Tower ”which celebrates the 50th anniversary in 2009.
After 10 minutes of sailing, you will pass under the landmark “ Rainbow Bridge ”. It is quite a momentary event. 20 minutes before arrival, you can see the bridge for the second time. Please don’t forget.
It continues into Odaiba area on the left where Aomi wharf appears after “ Fune-no-Kagakukan ” and “ Tele Com Center ”.
The other side of Aomi whaf is Oohi wharf. They both Aomi and Oohi wharf have large-scale cranes that are called “ Giraffe ” due to their own shape. They are container unloading bases for foreign ships.
The ship will arrive at the offing of “ Tokyo International Airport ( Haneda Airport ) ” about one hour after it sails. Many can see the airplanes that take off from “ C ” glide slope on the sea side with the background of the passenger boarding terminal 2. A new “ D ” glide slope where international flights will begin in 2010.
Sometimes, if you are lucky, you can see fireworks from “ TDL ” at about 8:30pm.
The ship slows down when approaching the pier and turns around carefully.
Finally, it docks of the mouth of “ Sumidagawa-River ”.
The last few minutes can be spent on a top deck of the ship is also recommended.
Please enjoy exquisite French cuisine as well as Tokyo Bay sight-seeing.