Tokai Kisen Hosts Spy x Family Cruise Collaboration

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Japanese cruise company Tokai Kisen announced in early November that it is collaborating with the Spy x Family anime series to commemorate the second season’s “Cruise Adventure” story arc. Its cruise ship, the Salvia Maru, will have special anime-themed decorations beginning from November 25, 2023 until February 25, 2024.

The Spy x Family collaboration cruise is an evening trip through Tokyo Bay, lasting for an hour and thirty-five minutes. It begins with a departure from Yokohama and ends with an arrival at Tokyo Takeshiba. Some sightseeing highlights include traveling across the Tokyo Bay, the Tokyo Aqua Line, and under the Rainbow Bridge. 

Boarding tickets and anime merchandise goods will also be available for purchase on the Yokohama-Tokyo cruise route. Some of the collaboration goods passengers can buy include acrylic keychains, acrylic stands, and face towels. 

Collaboration goods will also be sold on board the Tokyo Bay Night View Cruise and the online shop Shimapochi (which lists the prices of each item). The onboard collaboration goods shop will not be open during February 2024.

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During the cruise, passengers can take part in a stamp and keyword rally to receive a bonus ship seal. Those who complete the keyword rally will also receive one random original sticker (consisting of 3 types). 

The ticket price for the cruise is 2,000 yen (US$13.58) for adults and 1,500 yen (US$10.18) for children. 

Reservations for the cruise opened November 13, 2023 and can be purchased online or at 7-Eleven or Lawson convenience stores. For dates after January 14, 2024, Tokai Kisen requests passengers to purchase their tickets two months in advance in order to reserve their spot. 

The online ticket purchase is also a novelty Spy x Family night cruise ticket. It’s important to note that 7-Eleven and Lawson ticket holders cannot exchange their purchased tickets for the novelty ticket. 


Source: Tokai Kisen Website, Anime News Network

William Moo is a freelance writer who has previously written for OTAQUEST and MANGA.TOKYO. He also contributes work to the website Yatta Tachi. He enjoys watching lots of anime every season and reading from time to time. You can follow him on Twitter @thewriterSITB.
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