Passenger Ship Terminal Management and Administration

Harumi Passenger Ship Terminal

The Harumi Passenger Ship Terminal opened in 1991 as a gateway to the seas around Tokyo for foreign and domestic luxury liners. People use the terminal for cruises, and many come to enjoy the port’s scenery. There is also a multi-purpose hall and an observation deck.

TPTC manages and administers this terminal with care.

Harumi Passenger Ship Terminal

Harumi Terminal Ground Plan

Harumi Terminal Ground Plan

Takeshiba Passenger Ship Terminal

The Takeshiba Passenger Ship Terminal is a gateway to Izu and the Bonin Islands and is used as an embarkation point for restaurant boats and other vessels. The Takeshiba Terminal Reopening Project has integrated the marine park with office buildings, hotels, restaurants and more, while creating a bustling new marine area where the public can enjoy the view of the sea while dining or taking a stroll.

Takeshiba Passenger Ship Terminal

Ariake and Aomi Passenger Ship Terminals

The Ariake Passenger Ship Terminal and the Aomi Passenger Ship Terminal opened in April 1996 as water bus embarkation points. They help provide transport access between downtown and the coastal area.

Ariake and Aomi Passenger Ship Terminals

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10th Floor, Aomi Frontier Building, 2-4-24 Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo-to, 135-0064
TEL: 03-3599-7303 (Main Line)

E-mail: somu1@tptc.co.jp