Japan Yacht Charters

Your Guide to Yacht Charter in Japan


A Japan yacht charter will give you plenty of opportunity to enjoy the delights of this ancient and beautiful country, whether from a cultural and natural coastal perspective or sampling the city delights. After all Japan is a proud Island nation. Occassionally superyachts visit Japan from other parts of Asia or whilst on a wold tour, so please contact us for more information on the current availability of charter boats in the area.

Japan actually has a reasonably good selection of superyacht ports, harbours and marinas. Shin Nishinomiya Harbour is one of the largest harbours in Japan and can accommodate a variety of vessels. Kitahato Marina has excellent transport links on the mainland. If you want some beach time Japan certainly doesn’t disappoint. With annual average temperatures of 74o and more than 100 islands stretching over the ocean Japan is one of the most under-rated beach destinations in Asia. Set sail for Kondoi Beach on Taketomi Island, Minna Beach on Minna-jima, Kabira Bay on Ishigaki Island or Hatenohama Beach on Kume Island.

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A superyacht vacation to Japan really is a great way to see modern and traditional Japan as well as everything else in between. Small islands such as Naoshima, Gunkanjima and Okunoshima to major cities like Tokyo, Osaka and Yokohama are well worth the visit. The people of Japan are very hospitable, so expect a warm welcome from the moment you arrive.  They’ll be more than happy to tell you about their country’s attractions, culture and history that dates back thousands of years. One of Japan’s most famous landmarks is the Imperial Palace in Tokyo. The Imperial Palace is a must-see, with its stunning 17th century parks surrounded by walls and moats. To soak up Japan’s unique culture, head for Temple City, Historic Nara. This splendid, unspoiled city is home to a large number of historical buildings, national treasures as well as works of art.

As part of your yacht charter vacation Japan land excursion itinerary, get to see Mount Fuji. It’s one of Japan’s most recognisable landmarks and the country’s highest peak mountain at 12,388ft. Mount Fuji is actually tall enough to be seen from Tokyo, around 62 miles away. Many tourists tend to visit Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park to reflect on the horrors of war. The park commemorates the many victims of the world’s first nuclear attack.

When it comes to culinary delights, Japan certainly doesn’t disappoint. Try Miso Katsu, a deep-fried pork cutlet topped with a thick miso sauce or how about Tebasaki? Deep fried spicy chicken wings, Japanese style, perfect with an ice-cold beer.  Shopaholics just love Japan.  There’s everything from the latest techno gadgets to high-fashion clothing, jewellery and local handicrafts. After lots of shopping, it’s back to your yacht charter vessel to relax and chill out.


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