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By Chris | December 26 2007
Tokyo’s historic name was Edo meaning ‘estuary’. Being on the Japanese coast, Tokyo is an ideal base from which to explore the outlying Pacific Islands, each with their own distinctive character.
There are numerous islands located up to 1,150 miles from central Tokyo as well as the opportunity for dolphin and whale sightseeing in the surrounding waters.
Yokohama Bayside Marina, the largest in Japan, is located in Tokyo Bay and has been a prime spot for fishing and cruising since it opened in 1996.
It has space for approximately 20 visitor berths and a unique, stateof- the-art information system called ‘Bay Side Whisper’, which provides visitors with a constant stream of information on the weather, wind and tide. Facilities include fuel supply, a service center, a maintenance yard and a vacuum pump. There are also plenty of shops and restaurants and a pier from which you can enjoy the ambiance of the bay.
Sales manager: Akinori Uneda
+81 4 5776 7590
1 Shiraho, Kanazawa-ku, Yokohama City
Services: Centrally located between Tokyo and Osaka, the Nagoya region is one of the three major metropolitan regions in Japan.
Nagoya Airport provides a special business aircraft passenger terminal that is separate from the terminal for passengers from scheduled flights, and offers simple and rapid CIQ procedures. The customs process, immigration process, and quarantine inspection are sequentially carried out in a single room easing your passage of travel.
+81 5 2954 6131
Aichi Prefectural Government, Toyoyama Town, Aichi Prefecture, 460-8501, Nagoya