Hikawa maru is a cargo-passenger ship built in 1930 at Yokohama and used for a Seattle Sea Route, which was designated as a important cultural property. In the ship, you can observe Art Deco-designed furniture at 'The Passenger's area' and a dynamic engine-room at 'The Crew's area', and you can learn the history of Hikawa maru at 'The Exhibition area'.
Suggested duration: 30m
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NYK Line Hikawamaru
Free for those with a Person with Disabilities identification booklet or a Certificate of Medical Entitlement for Special Diseases, including admittance for one caretaker.