Japan: Osaka & Hong Kong Japan: Osaka & Hong Kong Japan: Osaka & Hong Kong

14-day Cruise on Norwegian Spirit

Japan: Osaka & Hong Kong

from Tokyo, Japan

Immerse yourself in exotic lands on this incredible roundtrip cruise from Tokyo aboard Norwegian Spirit. Encompassing an impressive castle, citadels, imposing stone walls, motes and a sprawling garden boasting hundreds of cherry trees, Osaka Castle Park is a major landmark of Osaka and a must-see during your overnight stay in the city.
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    Set sail aboard the all-new Norwegian Spirit.
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    Discover onboard lounges and bars to toast every occasion.
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  • + Taxes, fees and port expenses $285.64 USD
14 Days. 12 Ports. 1 Amazing Vacation.
Port of Call
Tokyo, Japan
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Once a sleepy fishing village, Tokyo is now one of Japan’s largest ports. Ancient traditions and historic sites blend into modern culture, crafting a city unlike anywhere else. Walk among both neon-glowing skyscrapers and regal temples. Browse stores showcasing the latest advances in technology or retreat to one of the tranquil gardens surrounding the Imperial Palace. Savor traditional cuisine at a Michelin-starred restaurant and witness the centuries-old sport of sumo wrestling. This cosmopolitan hub offers a vast selection of attractions and activities and a wealth of culturally and historic sites. Whether this is your first or fifth visit to the city, Tokyo will captivate your imagination.

Port of Call
Mount Fuji (Shimizu), Japan
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In the shadow of Mount Fuji, Shimizu is one of the most beautiful ports in Japan. Walk through the pine groves of Miho, home to a 650-year-old Japanese black pine, or enjoy spectacular views of Mount Fuji from the lush, forested hill of Nihondaira. Take in the seascapes on a bay cruise, or learn of undersea delights at Japan’s first sushi museum, and get a glimpse at feudal life in Japan in 200 BC at the archaeological site of Toro. Shop for traditional Japanese wooden handcrafts and fabrics unique to the region, and sample some yokan, a sweet jellied confection.

Port of Call
Kyoto (Osaka), Japan
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Cradled by rolling hills on three sides, Kyoto is considered the historical and cultural epicenter of the country. The city was Japan’s capital for more than 1,000 years (794 – 1868) and approximately 1,600 Buddhist temples and more than 400 Shintō shrines are peppered throughout the city. From numerous historic sites and tranquil gardens to delicious local cuisine and boutique shopping, Kyoto offers you a window into the heart of Japan’s traditions and culture.

Port of Call
Osaka (Wakayama), Japan
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Considered one of Japan’s most cosmopolitan cities, Osaka’s laid-back atmosphere coupled with its vibrant nightlife and famous food culture make it a must-see for travelers to the region. From stalls selling famous street food dishes to elegant Michelin-starred restaurants, foodies will delight in the abundance of unique and delicious cuisine. Centuries-old shrines and temples provide islands of tranquility among the bustling cityscape. And to dive into the region’s dramatic past and culture, visit the unique Osaka Museum of Housing and Living, the National Museum of Art or one of the other museums.

Port of Call
Naze (Oshima Island), Japan
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The largest in the Satsunan Islands, Amami Oshima is known for its numerous white-sand beaches, pristine warm waters and its celebrated Oshima Tsumugi silk, which has been used for centuries to make Japan’s famous kimonos. Discover local culture and traditions while exploring Amami City (also called Naze) and sample delicious cuisine. Then venture outside of town and recline beachside for some relaxation. From enjoying water sports like fishing, snorkeling and surfing to heading inland to explore the dense jungle, there’s an outdoor activity for everyone to enjoy.

Port of Call
Naha (Okinawa), Japan
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Enjoy the scenic countryside, WWII memorials, magnificent limestone caves and a reconstructed Ryukyu village where the island’s heritage and crafts are on display. Take home exquisite Bingata fabric, handmade paper, colorful tsuboya-yaki pottery and other craft items. You’ll also find foods to suit any palate, but traditional Okinawan cuisine blends influences from Chinese and Southeast Asian cuisines.

Port of Call
Taipei (Keelung), Taiwan
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The capital of this fascinating island, once known as Formosa (“beautiful island” in Portuguese), has a rich aboriginal, colonial and political history. Snap a selfie at the ornate, dragon-adorned Mengjia Longshang Temple or photograph the changing of the guard at Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall, a must-see site. Experience 360-degree views of the city from the 91st floor observation deck of Taipei 101. Selfies and panaromic pics done, head off to shop for Taiwanese lacquerware, silk and fine art.

Port of Call
Kaohsiung, Taiwan
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Colonization by the Dutch in the 17th century has left an ample architectural legacy, as did Taiwan’s rule by Japan from 1895-1945. Grab a coffee at the former British Consulate, a landmark overlooking the bay. Art lovers can enjoy the outdoors and contemporary sculptures at the Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts’ Sculpture Park, and for a spiritual experience, a visit to the Fo Guang Shan Buddha Memorial Centre, with the world’s largest sitting Buddha, is highly recommended.

Port of Call
Hong Kong, China
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This former British colony brims with modern skyscrapers, ancient traditions and incredible food. A shopper’s paradise, local shops and markets offer everything imaginable, from silk to jewelry and electronics. The highest point in the city, Victoria Peak, offers sweeping views of this vibrant city. Hollywood Road’s temple and antique shops are worth exploring, or take a junk cruise and explore the magnificent bay. As Asia’s culinary capital, your gastronomic desires are sure to be fulfilled.

Port of Call
Hong Kong, China
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This former British colony brims with modern skyscrapers, ancient traditions and incredible food. A shopper’s paradise, local shops and markets offer everything imaginable, from silk to jewelry and electronics. The highest point in the city, Victoria Peak, offers sweeping views of this vibrant city. Hollywood Road’s temple and antique shops are worth exploring, or take a junk cruise and explore the magnificent bay. As Asia’s culinary capital, your gastronomic desires are sure to be fulfilled.

Port of Call
Coron, Philippines
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Coron Town is located in the eastern portion of Busuanga Island and is an ideal base from which to discover the awe-inspiring natural beauty of the Calamian Islands. The main attractions on Busuanga are hot springs and diving among WWII Japanese ship wrecks in the surrounding shallow water. If you’re seeking true relaxation, picturesque beaches nestled between limestone cliffs on nearby islands will make you feel a world away. To experience a paradise unlike any other, journey to Coron Island where unique fresh and salt water mixed lakes are nestled among unspoiled mountains and jagged cliffs rise from the sea.

Port of Call
Boracay, Philippines
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A destination so popular, the government had to start limiting the number of people that can visit each year, Boracay is a favorite for a reason. The White Beach is this small island’s most famous feature, with sand so pale it almost looks like sugar. The water is usually clear, warm and inviting—perfect for a swim. Up away from the shore, you can find restaurants that’ll satisfy any craving and not-to-be-missed night life. After relaxing on the beach, take a stroll through open air markets or hike through the island’s greenery.

Port of Call
Manila, Philippines
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Home to 12 million, the capital of the Philippines is a dynamic city with a rich colonial history dating to 1565, when the Spanish arrived. Dive into the most popular attractions, including the elegant Malacanang Palace, the National Museum of the Philippines and Rizal Park. The poignant, 150-acre American Cemetery and Memorial holds U.S. and Allied servicemen who made the ultimate sacrifice during World War II. The historic walled city core, Intramuros, is well worth exploring.

Dates & prices
  • + Taxes, fees and port expenses $285.64 USD
Staterooms & Accommodations
Revel in spacious serenity at sea with our amazing, imaginative and luxurious Suites that offer only the finest appointments throughout. The floor-to-ceiling windows in our private balcony accommodations are perfect for sun seekers and stargazers. Our Oceanview and Inside Staterooms are comfortable and well-decorated where you can peacefully recline at the end of the day or linger in the mornings.
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  • Suite

  • Oceanview

  • Inside

Experience Norwegian Spirit
Welcome aboard your best vacation yet.
  • 2014 Best Overall
    2014 Best Overall
  • 2022
    Remodeled Date
  • 1,972
    Double Occupancy
Dining
Serving a wide variety of culinary delights to please every palate, our complimentary dining options include two main dining rooms, a help-yourself buffet and a variety of casual cafés, grills and on-the-go choices. Plus, our Main Dining Rooms offer a menu that changes daily, Chefs Signature Dishes and carefully selected wine recommendations, guaranteeing a different culinary adventure with every visit.
  • The Local

    The Local

  • Le Bistro

    Le Bistro

  • Garden Cafe

    Garden Cafe

Bars & Lounges
With so many bars and lounges to discover, finding your favorite may take a few days. Try a new vintage to pair with another amazing ocean sunset. Let our talented bartenders shake things up with one of their signature cocktails or choose to kick back with good beer and great conversations. Whether you’re hanging with old friends or making new ones, there’s always an opportunity to mix it up.
  • Magnum's Champagne & Wine Bar

    Magnum's Champagne & Wine Bar

  • Spice H20

    Spice H20

  • Bliss Ultra Lounge

    Bliss Ultra Lounge

Entertainment
When it comes to entertainment, there’s never a dull moment. Tickle your funny bone during our comedy variety show inside the Stardust Theatre. Rock the night away with this high energy party that celebrates the sounds of soul to the raw force of Rock ‘n’ Roll. Or don your best attire and dance the night away at Norwegian's Night Out. It’s showtime, all the time on Norwegian Spirit.
  • Elements

    Elements

  • Blazing Boots

    Blazing Boots

Activities
From bow to stern, Norwegian has enough onboard activities to fill every minute of your cruise. Indulge in a refreshing swim in the pool or a relaxing dip in one of our covered hot tubs on the pool deck. Wanna get lucky? Bet it all at our award-winning Casinos at Sea®. And when all is said and done, enjoy a pamper session at the spa. With so much to do, we’ll always have you coming back for more.
  • Casino

    Casino

  • Sports Court

    Sports Court

  • Pool Deck

    Pool Deck

Spa
Please visit the Spa for the latest pricing on all products & services. Prices are subject to change. Guests must be 18 or older to indulge in our spa services. An 18% gratuity and spa service charge will be added at time of purchase.
  • Bamboo Massage

    Bamboo Massage

  • Facial Treatments

    Facial Treatments

  • Relaxing

    Relaxing

Onboard Shopping
Forget to pack something? No worries! Our gift shops on board carry everything you'll need to help make your vacation incredible. Shop from a variety of souvenirs, cosmetics, clothing, snacks and sundry items. Treat yourself at our duty-free shops full of fantastic savings on fine jewelry, accessories, perfume, liquor and tobacco.
  • Jewelry Shopping

    Jewelry Shopping

  • Duty Free Shops

    Duty Free Shops

  • Trade Routes

    Trade Routes