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Princess Cruises Details Japan 2019 Deployments

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Princess Cruises has announced details on its 2019 Japan program including deployments and cruise experiences.

The March to November 2019 season is now on sale from Princess Cruises so it comes as no surprise the cruise line has detailed deployments in Japan for 2019. Offerings include 60 departures on 40 unique itineraries, visiting 41 destinations in seven countries. Diamond Princess will sail her sixth season from Japan.

Jan Swartz, Princess Cruises and Carnival Australia group president:

“Japan is a culturally rich country with an abundance of local entertainment, historical sites and culinary experiences for our guests to embrace. Cruising is the best way to explore this island nation and Princess has been recognized the number one international cruise line in Japan.”

Take a look at the Japan program highlights from the cruise line and if you need to know more then best make your way over to the Princess site so you can begin looking at what’s available.

2019 Deployment Highlights

  • Maiden port calls on Diamond Princess to Gamagori, Himeji, Matsuyama, Niigata, Miyako and Takamatsu
  • Nine departures during the popular Spring Flowers season, visiting many top cherry blossom and spring flowers sites throughout all of Japan
  • Seven departures providing access to some of the most popular summer festivals in Japan including the Aomori Nebuta Festival, Kochi Yosakoi Dance Festival and Akita Kanto Festival
  • Three voyages include viewing of the Kumano Grand Fireworks Festival visible from the decks of the Diamond Princess, a display of over 10,000 fireworks

Additional 2019 Japan Deployment Offerings

  • Variety of Southern Islands cruises allowing guests to experience a different climate and culture, with calls to the isles of Okinawa and Ishigaki or Miyakojima, and to Taipei (Keelung), Taiwan
  • Multiple Circle Hokkaido cruises including late night stays in Hakodate, home to the Mt. Hakodate cable car with breath-taking views of the city at night
  • Nine-day Circle Japan or Sea of Japan voyages circumnavigating the country visiting top-rated cultural ports
  • International stops to TaiwanSouth KoreaRussiaHong KongVietnam, and China

Cruise Hive readers can also check all the latest Princess Cruise Deals and Price Drops at our dedicated page where you can also find prices for cruises out of Japan.

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