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Cruises visiting Tamano & all Tamano cruises for  2019-2020

View Tamano 2019-2020 cruises for 2 ships listing 8 cruises from Tamano with today's best deals!

Tamano is a city of 60,000 located in the southern Okayama Prefecture, Japan, on the island of Honshu. It faces SE to the waters of the Seto Inland Sea, one of the first national parks designated in Japan. The port is a terminal for a number of ferries that service the region, and the port area has been developed as a cultural exchange zone. Inland from the city is a forest that reaches to the 1500 m mountains, and the mild climate of the region draws visitors year-round (snow is rare). Tamano City is famous for agricultural products, mostly by part-time farmers, that include eggplants, pears, rice, wheat, and flowers.

Miyama Park is centrally located and filled with over 150,000 trees of 300 different types, including Japanese plum, camellia, azalea, and maple trees, in addition to 7,000 cherry blossom trees – well worth a visit. There’s also Miyama English Garden. Beautiful Shibukawa Beach, one kilometre long, is one of the most famous beaches in western Japan. It lies 6 km (in a direct line) to the SW from the port. Ojigatake Hill is adjacent to Shibukawa Beach and has a dynamic view of giant and oddly-shaped rocks, and a panoramic view of the Seto Inland Sea.

Tamano is one of the major shipbuilding yards (Mitsui Engineering and Shipbuilding Co.) in Japan. Other industries are salt production by modern methods (no salt farms), copper refining and fishing (coastal and fish farms). Tourism and service industries are growing. The Inland Sea is famous for its periodic red tides caused by dense groupings of certain phytoplankton. Part of the double-decker Great Seto Bridge that connects Honshu with the island of Hitsuishijima and crosses the Sea lies 15 km to the SW.

Cruises visiting Tamano in 2019

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Date Route Cruise Ports From $/Day

23

MAR

Star Legend cruises

11

NIGHTS

Star Legend cruises

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23

MAR

Star Legend cruises

22

NIGHTS

Star Legend cruises

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N/A

23

MAR

Star Legend cruises

47

NIGHTS

Star Legend cruises

Sold out

N/A

11

OCT

Le Laperouse cruises

8

NIGHTS

Le Laperouse cruises

$7,540

$943

25

OCT

Le Laperouse cruises

8

NIGHTS

Le Laperouse cruises

$7,540

$943

Cruises visiting Tamano in 2020

Currently sailing Sold out Available OBC = Onboard credit
Date Route Cruise Ports From $/Day

4

OCT

Le Laperouse cruises

12

NIGHTS

Le Laperouse cruises

$6,770

$564

6

OCT

Le Laperouse cruises

8

NIGHTS

Le Laperouse cruises

$6,900

$863

20

OCT

Le Laperouse cruises

8

NIGHTS

Le Laperouse cruises

$7,270

$909

Tamano cruises

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The Best of Japan Cruise
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