Updated: November 06, 2018
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Plan Your Romantic Night With A Tokyo Dinner Cruise

Looking to impress your significant other when you come to Tokyo? Why not book a romantic dinner cruise for that special evening! There's three main options when it comes to cruising on Tokyo Bay in the evening for dinner. Here's all you need to know so you can book your special night... or even marriage proposal!

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Symphony, Tokyo Bay Cruise

Symphony Cruises offer exquisite French cuisine, prepare by internationally trained chefs. If you're looking to impress your significant other why not reserve a table for dinner?
Symphony Cruises leave from the Hinode Terminal in Tokyo Bay and dinner cruises last for around two and a half hours. The roof top deck on the cruise ship offers fantastic views of the harbour, not to mention the spectacular sunsets!
The interior of the ship provides a relaxed and cosy atmosphere perfect for your special night out. Pop open a bottle of nice champagne and kick off the beautiful meal.
There's a large selection of courses for the dinner cruise with a range of Japanese and French inspired dishes. Prices start from around ¥10,000 per person.

Vingt Et Un, Tokyo Bay Cruise

Vingt et un offers a elegant dining experience with stunning scenery of the Rainbow Bridge and Tokyo Bay. Quite popular with large groups, weddings, and many proposal plans, these guys know a few things about making your night even more spectacular.
Leaving from Takeshiba terminal on the bay, its a convenient place to get to without walking too far. If you're after beautiful night views of Odaiba and surrounds you're in the right place!
The interior combines a traditional English and French dining experience with all the finishing touches. With chandeliers and leather lounges you'll feel like you stepped on to a boat of luxury.
The food is nothing but amazing here either. Perfectly matched French inspired cooking takes you to another world of luxury you haven't experienced before. Prices are reasonable too, starting from ¥9,500 per person. Dinner cruises run for about two hours.

The Cruise Club Tokyo

Last but not least is The Cruise Club Tokyo, offering spectacular night views as you dine aboard the Lady Crystal. Dubbed the "the grande dame of the seas", let the romance of the seas bring you and that special someone closer together over champagne and fine French cuisine.
The Cruise Club Tokyo is located a short walk from Tennozu Isle station and also has a Club House where you relax before you go cruising along the waterfront. The deck of the ship ensures stunning sunsets and picturesque views of the bay.
Once inside you'll experience a beautifully designed dining area with elegant dinnerware and interior designs. Order a nice bottle of wine and enjoy the night views of the window side tables.
Prices for the cruise start from around ¥12,000 per person with a number of different courses and options to choose from. No matter what you choose you're guaranteed to have a spectacular night!

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