Tokyo Symphony Cruise Gift Card


Treat your friends, family, or loved ones to an elegant cruise on Tokyo Bay, with a Symphony Cruise gift card. Choose from 20 options including lunch, dinner, afternoon, and sunset cruises, with a variety of courses from the coffee set to full-course French cuisine.


  • Perfect for celebrating birthdays, anniversaries, and other milestone events
  • Treat someone to a Tokyo Bay cruise for that special event or holiday highlight
  • Give the gift of amazing views and unforgettable memories
  • Each cruise offers delicious French and Italian full-course meals
  • An excellent company incentive, reward, or giveaway

Key Information


Whether your loved one is marking a special day, or you want to celebrate a valued friend or colleague, give the gift of precious memories with a Symphony Cruise gift card. Tokyo’s Symphony Cruise offers lavish excursions from Hinode Pier. Looping out into Tokyo Bay for vistas of the city’s landmarks, passengers can enjoy a light lunch or a full-course dinner in one of the cruise ship’s banquet rooms while iconic attractions pass by the windows. Courses offered include: • French Cuisine Premium Special Beef • French Cuisine Chef's Recommendation • French Cuisine Symphonie Royale • French Cuisine La Mer • Italian Cuisine • Sushi Kaiseki • Croissant Set • Cake Set Tokyo Tower, Odaiba, Disneyland, Tokyo Gate Bridge, Rainbow Bridge, and Tokyo Skytree are some of the sights to see on the Lunch, Sunset, or Dinner Cruise. Passing by or beneath these illuminated icons is an experience of Tokyo unlike any other that stays with you long after your return to shore. The Afternoon Cruise is a shorter leisurely excursion lasting just under an hour. Enjoy coffee, croissant, or cake atop the bay as you cruise past Odaiba and Tokyo’s waterfront with views of Tokyo Tower and Skytree. Cruises set out from the Symphony Cruise Terminal on Hinode Pier about 1 minute’s walk from Hinode Station (Yurikamome Line), 12 minutes’ walk from Hamamatsucho Station (JR Yamanote Line), or 15 minutes’ walk from Daimon Station (Oedo Line).