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Shanghai (Baoshan) , China | Shimonoseki , Japan | Kyoto (Maizuru) , Japan | Niigata , Japan | Hakodate , Japan | Shanghai (Baoshan) , China

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Discover everything this vacation visionary has to offer, from 300-foot-high views in the North Star®, to jamming out at an impromptu parade. In between thrills, fuel up on dining designed to please your palate, like family-style favorites at Jamie's Italian by Jamie Oliver and elevated fare at Chef's Table.

DAY 1 - Departure Day

Shanghai (Baoshan), China

DEPARTS:
4:30 PM

BACK TO THE FUTURE

When you cruise from Shanghai, check the essential items off the to-do list: See the classical architecture of the Bund neighborhood and walk among the smell of tea and incense in the fortified Old City. Then, if you have extra time, see the nearby Qibao Ancient Town — check out the pagoda-like bell tower, see Qibao Template (it dates back to the 900s) and snap pics of the photogenic bridges and buildings along the Puhui River.

View of a traditional Chinese pagoda from the street in Shanghai, China
View of historical Waibaidu bridge and skyline of Shanghai, China
Yuyuan garden in Shanghai, China

When you cruise from Shanghai, check the essential items off the to-do list: See the classical architecture of the Bund neighborhood and walk among the smell of tea and incense in the fortified Old City. Then, if you have extra time, see the nearby Qibao Ancient Town — check out the pagoda-like bell tower, see Qibao Template (it dates back to the 900s) and snap pics of the photogenic bridges and buildings along the Puhui River.

View of a traditional Chinese pagoda from the street in Shanghai, China
View of historical Waibaidu bridge and skyline of Shanghai, China
Yuyuan garden in Shanghai, China
Things To Do

in Shanghai (Baoshan)

Historical buildings at the Bund in Shanghai, China

Better in the Bund

The Bund is Shanghai's art deco heritage neighborhood, with colonial architecture from the 1920s and '40s. Walk along the riverfront promenade at the golden hour for beautiful photos — from here, you can see the futuristic skyscrapers of Pudong's skyscrapers across the river.

Shanghai Towers and cityscape of Shanghai, China

Height of Adventure

Take a river cruise to see some of Shanghai's modern architectural highlights: The 1536-foot-tall Oriental Pearl Tower looks like something straight out of the Jetsons, while the twisting Shanghai Tower, the second tallest building in the world, is meant to evoke a lucky dragon coming out of the earth. The World Finance Center Tower looks like a giant bottle opener.

Traditional pavillions in Yuyuan Gardens in Shanghai, China

Ancient Ambiance

Get a feel for old China by wandering through the Yu Garden during your Shanghai cruise vacation. The classical garden is 400 years old, with carp-filled pools and bamboo groves. See more of ancient China at the Shanghai Museum, which has 120,000 ancient relics, including bronze artifacts and sculptures.

Dumplings with dip in Shanghai, China

Local Cuisine

Eating in Shanghai is all about street food. You'll see people drinking from giant dumplings through strwas in a dish called xiao long bao — a soup dumpling. Join in, or eat them with chopsticks in a sit-down restaurant. Try cold noodles with eel, ginger and bamboo shoots, or pick up a flaky, pork-flecked scallion pancake — this comfort food is practically a way of life here.

Red Chinese lanterns at the antique market in Shanghai, China

Shopping

It's hard not to find shopping in Shanghai. Nanjing Road is the busiest, with everything from specialty food shops to modern malls. If you have time to get something tailored, try the South Bund Fabric Market. During your China cruise, pick up a distinctive Chinese red lantern at the Antique Market or at most street markets.

INSIDER TIP

China's currency is the renminbi (abbreviated as RMB) and also called the yuan. Shanghai has lots of ATMs, though not all accept foreign cards. Smaller Chinese cities don't always have ATMs, so it's wise to stock up on extra cash in Shanghai.

DAY 2 - AT SEA

CRUISING

CAN'T MISS FAVORITES

North Star Raised Above Rear of the Ship
Guests Watching a Man Enjoying the iFly

North Star Raised Above Rear of the Ship
Guests Watching a Man Enjoying the iFly

Things to Do

North Star Lounge Chairs in the Upper Deck
North Star®

THE SKY'S THE LIMIT

Stand in a jewel-shaped capsule that reveals breathtaking 360-degree views as you gently ascend 300 feet above sea level.

iFly instructor on Anthem in the Skydiving Tunnel, wind tunnel, skydive, skydiver, skydiving simulator, iFly by Ripcord, instructor in the Anthem ifly
RipCord® by iFLY®

GRAVITY-DEFYING FUN

Experience the sheer thrill and exhilaration of flying in an air machine that lets you soar in a safe, controlled environment.

Xbox One Consoles at the SeaPlex Arcade
SeaPlex®

HAVE THE PLAYTIME OF YOUR LIFE

The largest indoor active space at sea is only on Royal Caribbean®. Roller skating, basketball, bumper cars, a trapeze school— it's the first time you'll ever play like this on a cruise.

DAY 3 - DOCKED

Shimonoseki, Japan

ARRIVES:
7:00 AM
DEPARTS:
4:30 PM
GET ON THE

STRAIT AND NARROW

Shimonoseki abounds in culture and nature alike. See the vermilion architecture of Akama-jingu Shinto shrine and the statue of Hoichi the Earless, a popular character from Japanese mythology. Snap pics of dolphins and blowfish at the Kaikyokan Aquarium, and take in sweeping views of the Kanmon Straits from atop Mount Hinoyama. For super-fresh sushi — and perhaps an adventurous taste of the local specialty, blowfish — don't miss Karato seafood market.

The Tsunoshima Ohashi bridge in Shimonoseki, Japan
The Akama Shrine in Shimonoseki, Japan
The Kanmon bridge at Shimonoseki, Japan

Shimonoseki abounds in culture and nature alike. See the vermilion architecture of Akama-jingu Shinto shrine and the statue of Hoichi the Earless, a popular character from Japanese mythology. Snap pics of dolphins and blowfish at the Kaikyokan Aquarium, and take in sweeping views of the Kanmon Straits from atop Mount Hinoyama. For super-fresh sushi — and perhaps an adventurous taste of the local specialty, blowfish — don't miss Karato seafood market.

The Tsunoshima Ohashi bridge in Shimonoseki, Japan
The Akama Shrine in Shimonoseki, Japan
The Kanmon bridge at Shimonoseki, Japan
Things To Do

in Shimonoseki

Panoramic view fo the Kanmon bridge in Shimonoseki, Japan

Sea From Above

Take a gondola up Mount Hinoyama for panoramic views of the Seto Inland Sea, the Sea of Japan and the Kanmonkyo suspension bridge over the Kanmon Straits. You can also hike to the summit in about an hour. Cherry blossoms and azaleas make this lush peak particularly beautiful in spring.

The Akama Shrine in Shimonoseki, Japan

Samurai Shrine

See the elegant white and red gate at Akama-jingu Shinto shrine. Inside, there's a tranquil pool surrounded by bright-red columns. The grounds also contain Nanamori-zuka (seven mounds) — memorials to the fallen Heike warriors, fronted by traditional stone lanterns — and a statue of Hoichi the Earless, a mythological character you may remember from the classic film "Kwaidan."

A blowfish in the ocean

Make a Splash

Blowfish are a local specialty, and the Shimonoseki Kaikyokan aquarium has over 100 species from around the world. Other unique features include a pedestrian tunnel through the penguin enclosure and a large tank that reproduces the tides and whirlpools of the Kanmon Straits.

A plate of blowfish sashimi

Local Cuisine

Karato fish market is a great spot for trying the local delicacy, blowfish (fugu). Famous for being poisonous, it's harmless when prepared by professionals here. Blowfish is served either as sashimi, in thin uncooked slices with black ponzu sauce or as deep-fried tempura. The stalls at the market also sell bento boxes of sushi and cooked fish.

Blowfish souvenirs for sale at a market

Shopping

For a full range of blowfish goods, including fugu plush toys, fugu rice crackers and fugu ochazuke — blowfish flakes that go over a bowl of rice or mixed with green tea — head to Daimaru Department Store's outlet at Kamon Wharf. Check out the EDION megastore for Japanese electronics, Anime videos and other trinkets during your Japan cruise.

INSIDER TIP

The Karato fish market opens at 5 a.m., or 8 a.m. on Sundays and holidays; it closes at 3 p.m. daily.

DAY 4 - DOCKED

Kyoto (Maizuru), Japan

ARRIVES:
9:00 AM
DEPARTS:
7:00 PM

BLESSED BY NATURE

After docking in Maizuru, make your way to the Goro Sky Tower for sweeping views of the green Japanese countryside joining the blue ocean — these are some of the best vistas in all Japan. Stop in nearby Amanohashidate to see Naraiji temple and its statue of Kannon, the Buddhist goddess of mercy. Head further inland to see the opulent, stunning temples of Kyoto, including iconic Fushimi Inari-taisha Shrine.

The orange or red column entrance for the Tori Gates in Kyoto, Japan
Women in Japenese traditional clothing walking the streets of Kyoto, Japan
The cityscape of Kyoto at sunset

After docking in Maizuru, make your way to the Goro Sky Tower for sweeping views of the green Japanese countryside joining the blue ocean — these are some of the best vistas in all Japan. Stop in nearby Amanohashidate to see Naraiji temple and its statue of Kannon, the Buddhist goddess of mercy. Head further inland to see the opulent, stunning temples of Kyoto, including iconic Fushimi Inari-taisha Shrine.

The orange or red column entrance for the Tori Gates in Kyoto, Japan
Women in Japenese traditional clothing walking the streets of Kyoto, Japan
The cityscape of Kyoto at sunset
Things To Do

in Kyoto (Maizuru)

Maizuru's World Brick Museum Exterior View

Brick and Mortar

Because Maizuru was a naval base, many buildings were built with striking red brick instead of traditional wood. Learn exactly how brick transformed this little seaside town at the Maizuru Brick Park. Don't forget to take a peek at the nearby naval ships floating casually in the bay.

A mountain view of Kyoto's cityscape

Winding to the Heavens

The road to the Goro Sky Tower is almost as beautiful as the view from the tower itself. Winding up the side of a mountain, you'll find yourself surrounded by never-ending peaks and the vast blue ocean. From the tower, things get even better with an uninterrupted 360-degree view of the sea and the mountains.

A bridge crossing the beach with temples on either side filled with trees

Sandbar Stopover

Amanohashidate, translated as "Bridge in Heaven," is a picturesque sandbar stretching across the mouth of Miyazu Bay. With temples on either side, you can walk its length and enjoy the fine white sand. At the nearby Kitahama beach, the unique sand squeaks and sings as you step on it.

Traditional shojin ryori japanese vegetables

Local Cuisine

Try a shojin ryori, a vegetarian set menu of seasonal Japanese vegetables and tofu. If vegetarian food isn't your thing, the Maizuru Port Toretore Center has the freshest fish available in the whole of Kyoto. Be sure to try whatever fish is in season during your visit to Kyoto.

A rack of colorful kimonos for sale in Kyoto, Japan

Shopping

Pick up packets of Japanese seaweed snacks or dried fish at the Maixuru Port Toretore Center. For an unforgettable fashion experience, head inland to the Nishijin Textile center. You'll be treated to an array of brightly colored kimono and cloth imprinted with traditional floral designs.

INSIDER TIP

Maizuru is quite spread out, so keep an eye on the time to make sure you make it back for departure.

DAY 5 - DOCKED

Niigata, Japan

ARRIVES:
10:30 AM
DEPARTS:
6:30 PM
SEASONED WITH

ADVENTURE

Start your day learning about the history of Niigata at the Furusato Village's Appeal Hall. Indulge in all-you-can-eat pears at the nearby Shirone Daigonashi Nakamura Tourist Orchard, one of the biggest orchards in Japan. Top off the day with one of the many sake brewery tours near Niigata Station, where you can enjoy sake made the old-fashioned way.

View of the Shibata Castle with trees in Niigata, Japan
Rows of cherry blossoms, sakura, outside Takada Castle Park in Niigata, Japan
The coastline of Sado Island during Summer, in Niigata, Japan

Start your day learning about the history of Niigata at the Furusato Village's Appeal Hall. Indulge in all-you-can-eat pears at the nearby Shirone Daigonashi Nakamura Tourist Orchard, one of the biggest orchards in Japan. Top off the day with one of the many sake brewery tours near Niigata Station, where you can enjoy sake made the old-fashioned way.

View of the Shibata Castle with trees in Niigata, Japan
Rows of cherry blossoms, sakura, outside Takada Castle Park in Niigata, Japan
The coastline of Sado Island during Summer, in Niigata, Japan
Things To Do

in Niigata

Two geisha girls walking on a road during Autumn in Niigata, Japan

Geisha in the Gardens

Niigata's Saito Villa was the summer house of a wealthy merchant family in the 20th century. Walk through the tatami-floored rooms, catching glimpses of the artful private garden. Be mesmerized by a geisha dance and play traditional geisha games. One of the games is like a geisha version of rock paper scissors: You play three times, and the loser turns around while the winner beats a drum.

Sake being poured in a shop in Niigata, Japan

Sake Sipping

Niigata is famous for its rice, so you'll find a treasure trove of sake breweries. Tour Imayotsukasa Brewery where they still make sake the old-fashioned way. Next, nibble miso-pickles while sipping sweet sake at Minemura Brewery, and choose from 92 sake brands at Ponshu-kan Sake Tasting Corner.

Cherry blossoms at the Hakusan Park in the city of Niigata, Japan

Don't Be Koi

Head to Hakusan Park, the first park public park Japan ever built in 1873. You'll find two large ponds teaming with koi fish, a 1,000-year-old shrine dedicated to marriage, impressive autumn leaves in the middle of the city and a bounty of pale-pink cherry blossoms in the spring.

Niigata, Japan Local Tarekatsu

Local Cuisine

Visit the Niigata Furusato Bazaar Hall to find every specialty in one place. Grab a bowl of tarekatsu donbori, a fried pork cutlet over rice with a salty-sweet sauce. Tuck into a 10-piece Kiwami sushi platter of the fresh daily fish, and try hegi soba, the local type of slippery noodles made from seaweed during your cruise.

Close up of geta, traditional wood clogs, in Niigata, Japan

Shopping

The Furumachi neighborhood started off as a Geisha district, but now it's buzzing with commercial shops. Respectfully step into one of the many revered kimono stores, lined with delicately patterned fabric. Cruise to Niigata and take home intricate jeweled hair ornaments, or try on a pair of traditional geta shoes worn with Yukata.

INSIDER TIP

Many attractions are near Niigata Station, making it the perfect base for your explorations.

DAY 6 - DOCKED

Hakodate, Japan

ARRIVES:
8:00 AM
DEPARTS:
5:30 PM

SAKE, SUSHI, STEAM REPEAT

Opened as one of Japan's first international ports in 1859, Hakodate has a fascinating commercial and military legacy. Experience it by exploring the Goryokaku, a unique and verdant star-shaped fortress from the short-lived Republic of Ezo. Then, check out the Kanemori Red Brick Warehouse, a series of atmospheric bay side godowns (a style of Asian warehouse) revived as a shopping and dining spot.

View from atop Mt. Hakodate in Hakodate, Japan
A Torii gate with stairs leading to the Hakodate Hachiman shrine in Hakodate, Japan
View of Hachimazaka, a hill slope leading to the port in Hakodate, Japan

Opened as one of Japan's first international ports in 1859, Hakodate has a fascinating commercial and military legacy. Experience it by exploring the Goryokaku, a unique and verdant star-shaped fortress from the short-lived Republic of Ezo. Then, check out the Kanemori Red Brick Warehouse, a series of atmospheric bay side godowns (a style of Asian warehouse) revived as a shopping and dining spot.

View from atop Mt. Hakodate in Hakodate, Japan
A Torii gate with stairs leading to the Hakodate Hachiman shrine in Hakodate, Japan
View of Hachimazaka, a hill slope leading to the port in Hakodate, Japan
Things To Do

in Hakodate

Million Dollar View, the view from atop Mt. Hakodate in Hakodate, Japan

Million-Dollar View

It may be only 334 meters high, but Mt. Hakodate has stunning views of the city of Hakodate and the surrounding waters. Known as the "million-dollar view," it's one of Japan's best-known spots for panoramic vistas. A gondola will get you to the observation deck in three minutes, and a hike takes around 45.

Aerial view of Goryokaku Park, a star shaped fort in Hakodate, Japan

Remains of a Lost Republic

The Goryokaku is a unique star-shaped fort built in the mid-19th century by the Tokugawa shogunate to protect Hakodate from Western powers. In 1869, former samurai established the Republic of Ezo here before imperial troops defeated them six months later. Today, the fort is a leafy oasis surrounded by more than 1,000 cherry trees that bloom in spring.

Kanemori red brick warehouse, bay-side godowns,  and ferry boat in Hakodate, Japan

The Lowdown on Godowns

The Kanemori Red Brick Warehouse is a beautifully preserved group of bay-side godowns — a term for warehouses derived from an Indian dialect — dating to the early 20th century. Today, these buildings offer an eclectic mix of shopping and dining, but even their architecture makes them worth a stop.

Kaisendon, seafood bowl of crab, tobiko caviar, tuna, and more, in Hakodate, Japan

Local Cuisine

Hakodate is a seafood lover's utopia. Cruise to Hakodate and drop anchor near the asaichi (morning market) south of Hakodate Station, and you'll find a myriad of eateries offering marine delicacies such as king crab, sushi and uni (sea urchin). If in doubt, try Maruyama Shoten's kaisendon (seafood bowl) of raw uni, squid, salmon and roe over rice.

Close up of makisu, sushi roller mats, in Hakodate, Japan

Shopping

Celebrate Hokkaido's oceanic heritage with a cute squid-themed souvenir — favorites ranges from stuffed animals to keychains. Take home traditional Hokkaido handmade wooden items, such as spoons, bowls, placemats and other kitchenware, or pick up a bar of specialty soap made from Hokkaido-sourced materials: The local seaweed is thought to take exfoliation to the next level. Seek out these and other distinctive trinkets at the shops at Kanemori Red Brick Warehouse during your visit.

INSIDER TIP

There's no tipping in Japan, but you'll face an 8 percent sales tax everywhere except major retailers, which often have tax-fee shopping campaigns.

DAY 7 - AT SEA

CRUISING

FOR FOODIES

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Shrimp Wonton Soup served at Izumi, fine dining Japanese Restaurant. One of Royal Caribbean's best cruise dining restaurants.

QN, quantum, dynamic dining, Jamie''s Italian, cuisine, culinary image,
Shrimp Wonton Soup served at Izumi, fine dining Japanese Restaurant. One of Royal Caribbean's best cruise dining restaurants.

Things to Do

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Jamie's Italian by Jamie Oliver

FAMOUSLY FANTASTIC ITALIAN

At Jamie's Italian by Jamie Oliver, you’ll enjoy Tuscan-inspired dishes like the crowd-pleasing Famous Plank and pastas made in-house — all crafted by one of Britain’s most famous chefs.

Baby Vegetables in the Garden at Wonderland on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship
Wonderland

VENTURE DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE

Our Wonderland chefs twist their culinary kaleidoscopes, inventing elaborate dreamscapes of never-before-seen fare. The story begins as you "brush" the menu and find your element— Sun, Ice, Fire, Water, Earth and Dreams.

Assorted Sushi Rolls Platter served at Izumi, Japanese Restaurant. One of the best fine dining cuisine on a cruise.
Izumi

A FAR EAST FEAST

Say “Konnichiwa” to a reimagined favorite. Sushi, sashimi and more, all made-to-order with intense flavors, the best ingredients and impeccable presentation. Now that’s fresh.

DAY 8 - AT SEA

CRUISING

SHOW STOPPERS

Performer on stage with lights during the Sonic Odyssey Cruise Show by Royal Caribbean
Performers skating under a tent with bright red lights during ice skating shows onboard.

Performer on stage with lights during the Sonic Odyssey Cruise Show by Royal Caribbean
Performers skating under a tent with bright red lights during ice skating shows onboard.

Things to Do

A man is drumming during the Sonic Odyssey Cruise Show by Royal Caribbean
Sonic Odyssey

TUNED TO THE ROOM

Take your seat for an immersive musical journey, where instruments envelop you in the next dimension of global sound.

Two couples at Music Hall Enjoying the Live Bands
Live bands

THEY'RE PLAYING YOUR SONG

Pick the genre you please and you're likely to find a band of talented musicians onboard to match, from live jazz to cover bands, quartets, Latin, and acoustic performers across the fleet nightly.

Women performer jumping during ice skating shows onboard a cruise.
Ice Skating Shows

GLITTER AND GLAM ON ICE

Royal Caribbean is the first and only cruise line with ice-skating rinks right onboard, plus complimentary ice spectaculars with amazing jumps, lifts, and spins performed by professional skaters .

DAY 9 - Arrival Day

Shanghai (Baoshan), China

ARRIVES:
7:00 AM

BACK TO THE FUTURE

Most international flights arrive at Pudong Airport. Take the bullet train into the city; it takes only 8 minutes between the airport and Longyang Road Station. From there, check out Longhua Temple: You'll recognize its two-meter-tall copper bell from Steven Spielberg's "Empire of the Sun." Then, marvel at the modern skycrapers of Pudong — head to the Oriental Pearl Tower with its three distinctive spheres and get a 360-degree view of the city from the observation deck.

View of the skyscrapers at the Pudong district
The Jade Buddha Temple with a fountain on a sunny day in Shanghai, China
Beautiful river scene of Old Chinatown in Shanghai, China

Most international flights arrive at Pudong Airport. Take the bullet train into the city; it takes only 8 minutes between the airport and Longyang Road Station. From there, check out Longhua Temple: You'll recognize its two-meter-tall copper bell from Steven Spielberg's "Empire of the Sun." Then, marvel at the modern skycrapers of Pudong — head to the Oriental Pearl Tower with its three distinctive spheres and get a 360-degree view of the city from the observation deck.

View of the skyscrapers at the Pudong district
The Jade Buddha Temple with a fountain on a sunny day in Shanghai, China
Beautiful river scene of Old Chinatown in Shanghai, China
Things To Do

in Shanghai (Baoshan)

Historical buildings at the Bund in Shanghai, China

Better in the Bund

The Bund is Shanghai's art deco heritage neighborhood, with colonial architecture from the 1920s and '40s. Walk along the riverfront promenade at the golden hour for beautiful photos — from here, you can see the futuristic skyscrapers of Pudong's skyscrapers across the river.

Shanghai Towers and cityscape of Shanghai, China

Height of Adventure

Take a river cruise to see some of Shanghai's modern architectural highlights: The 1536-foot-tall Oriental Pearl Tower looks like something straight out of the Jetsons, while the twisting Shanghai Tower, the second tallest building in the world, is meant to evoke a lucky dragon coming out of the earth. The World Finance Center Tower looks like a giant bottle opener.

Traditional pavillions in Yuyuan Gardens in Shanghai, China

Ancient Ambiance

Get a feel for old China by wandering through the Yu Garden during your Shanghai cruise vacation. The classical garden is 400 years old, with carp-filled pools and bamboo groves. See more of ancient China at the Shanghai Museum, which has 120,000 ancient relics, including bronze artifacts and sculptures.

Dumplings with dip in Shanghai, China

Local Cuisine

Eating in Shanghai is all about street food. You'll see people drinking from giant dumplings through strwas in a dish called xiao long bao — a soup dumpling. Join in, or eat them with chopsticks in a sit-down restaurant. Try cold noodles with eel, ginger and bamboo shoots, or pick up a flaky, pork-flecked scallion pancake — this comfort food is practically a way of life here.

Red Chinese lanterns at the antique market in Shanghai, China

Shopping

It's hard not to find shopping in Shanghai. Nanjing Road is the busiest, with everything from specialty food shops to modern malls. If you have time to get something tailored, try the South Bund Fabric Market. During your China cruise, pick up a distinctive Chinese red lantern at the Antique Market or at most street markets.

INSIDER TIP

Check visa rules carefully. They vary greatly depending on your nationality, length of stay, where you visit and if you re-enter the country.

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