Enjoy a Futuristic Cruising Experience
Powered by Hydrogen and Biodiesel Fuel
Let's sail together
to the sea
of the future.
HANARIA is the first passenger ship in Japan to utilize hydrogen and biodiesel fuel, which have enormous potential as next-generation energy sources, and is a new form of amusement in the maritime field.
We enjoy doing what we can do, little by little, for the beautiful ocean.
A state-of-the-art, environmentally friendly cruise ship, HANARIA will take you on a journey to a brighter future.
A Pilgrimage on the Sea Cruise Taking You on a Tour of the Kanmon Area, Home to Numerous Shrines and Temples.
This 60-minute cruise visits Akama Shrine, Kameyama Hachimangu, and Mekari Shrine, three Shinto shrines in the Kanmon area which has been the stage for many turning points in history, from the sea. Please enjoy the new aspects of each shrine seen from the sea. After boarding, passengers will receive red seals of the three shrines in a HANARIA original file.
The vessel departs just in time to view the raising of Blue Wing Moji, which is one of Japan's largest pedestrian drawbridges. This 60-minute cruise passes under the Kanmon Bridge connecting Honshu and Kyushu, and allows the passengers to enjoy Karato Market and Ganryu Island from the ship.
Passengers on this cruise can admire the dynamic and beautiful night view of factories that symbolize Kokura, a "City of Manufacturing." This 90-minute cruise departs from Kokura Port and turns around at the Wakato Bridge.
Departing from Moji Port, this 90-minute cruise lets passengers enjoy the entire nightscape of the Kanmon area, including everything from the Kanmon Bridge, Ganryu Island, and the Ferris wheel in Haikara't Yokocho, to the factory nightscape in Kokura.