Mt. Fuji, Hiroshima, and ports along the historic Kitamaebune trading route will all be included in the target destinations, as well as the four main islands of Japan, the Okinawa Islands, and Taiwan.
The itinerary and offerings for our 2025 season have been crafted in conjunction with the local tourism boards to showcase the best in local art, cuisine, music and popular culture.
Here are a few highlights of the 2025 itinerary:
Diamond Princess’ 2025 itinerary also features the Aomori Nebuta Festival (August 2 and 7), Kochi Yosakoi Dance Festival (August 12), Tokushima Awa Dance Festival (August 13), and Kumano Fireworks Festival (August 17).
Besides Aomori, Kochi, and Shimizu, the princess revealed that there will be nighttime and overnight stays at Awa Odori, Nebuta, and Yosakoi festivals.
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