Private Tour - Visit the Uninhabited Island of "Sarushima" with a Cruising
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- 1st StopVerney Memorial Hall (Verney Park): This is a park with beautiful flower beds and fountains in the French garden style. Take a leisurely stroll in this seaside park with the pleasant scent of the tide while learning about the history of the Yokosuka Steel Works, which was the catalyst for the great development of the Port of Yokosuka.
- 2nd StopCoaska Bayside Stores: This is a large shopping facility with a ticketing office for military port cruises. It was named COASKA after COAST YOKOSUKA, which means "City of the Sea, Yokosuka. Let's look at the souvenirs and wait for the ship to depart.
- 3rd StopYOKOSUKA "Military Port Tour" cruising: The only cruising tour in Japan that allows you to see the U.S. Navy and Maritime Self-Defense Force ships up close and personal. The live commentary of the military port tour guide will be interpreted thoroughly by the otomo guide.
- 4th StopHoney Bee: This is an American Burger shop that serves voluminous 100% beef meat burgers.
- 5th StopMikasa Park: This park is home to authentic battleships built during the Russia-Japanese War in the 20th century. At the red brick Mikasa Terminal, you can buy souvenirs related to Sarushima and Yokosuka. Take a boat from Mikasa Pier and head to Sarushima.
- 6th StopSarushima Pier: It takes about 10 minutes from the departure of the ship to reach the island. The Sarushima Pier is the only pier on the island where boats arrive and depart, with beautiful white sandy beaches all around. Once you pass through the gate, it's time to start your adventure on Sarushima, the only uninhabited island in Tokyo!
- 7th StopBoard Deck: A resting area on the wooden deck overlooking the sandy beach and the sea. In the summer, the area is crowded with people enjoying fishing and playing in the ocean. At Ocean's Kitchen, you can purchase a menu and drinks made from locally sourced ingredients.
- 8th StopThe remains of a fortress: The starting point of the historical walk is a passage once used by the Japanese military. The remains of the facility, which was used as a military fortification during the war, are still in place and provide an austere atmosphere. Also, don't miss the landscape with plants covering an entire brick wall.
- 9th StopBrick Tunnel: Known as the "Tunnel of Love", which is the oldest brick structure in Japan. The tunnel has 2 floors that are used as the old military headquarters and explosives depot. Don't forget to take a picture of it as it's a popular photogenic spot.