Harumi Futo is located in Chuo Ward, eastern Tokyo. It is located in a landfill made using sediment on the seabed, and is known as the gateway to the sea in Tokyo. Harumi Pier is where domestic and foreign passenger ships anchor. The Harumi Passenger Terminal in the center was opened in 1991 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the opening of Tokyo Port. A luxury cruise ship and the Antarctic observation ship, Shirase, depart and return. The 6 story Harumi Passenger Terminal has an observatory and you can see the passenger boats coming and going. Overlooking the Rainbow Bridge and high-rise buildings, you can enjoy an open panoramic view. The recommended time to do so, is from evening to late night. The Harumi Passenger Ship Terminal also lights up, creating a fantastic atmosphere.
〒 104-0053 5-7-1 Harumi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Spring (April 1 to July 19)Monday-Friday: 9: 00-17: 00 / Sat / Sun, Holidays: 9: 00-20: 00 Summer (July 20th to August 31st) Monday-Friday: 9: 00am-20: 00pm / Sat / Sun, Holidays: 9: 00am-20: 00pm Autumn (September 1 to October 31) Monday-Friday: 9: 00am-17: 00pm / Sat / Sun, Holidays: 9: 00am-20: 00pm Winter (November 1-March 31) Monday-Friday: 9: 00am-17: 00pm / Sat / Sun, Holidays: 9: 00am-19: 00pm
FromFrom Toei Subway Oedo Line Kachidoki Station Metro Line 05-1 Harumi Pier→ [Harumi Pier] bus stop
a short walk