Tokai Kisen Launches ‘Mystery Ticket KAI’ for Day Trips to One of Five Islands with First-Class Cabin Access

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Tokai Kisen has started selling the ‘Mystery Ticket KAI’, which allows travelers to visit one of five islands.

In addition to the already available second-class Japanese-style room only ‘Mystery Ticket’, they are now offering tickets that include access to first-class cabins. These cabins accommodate 6 to 12 passengers and are equipped with partitions for privacy, mattresses, and power outlets for all seats.

The trip departs from Takeshiba Port in Tokyo at 10 p.m., returning the next day at 7 p.m. (or at 7:45 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays) for an overnight day trip. The destination — one of the islands of Oshima, Toshima, Niijima, Shikinejima, or Kozushima — is revealed at the counter on the day of departure. The duration of the stay varies by destination, from a maximum of 8.5 hours to a minimum of 30 minutes.

The tickets are available for departures from December 17th until the 28th, excluding the departures on the 21st and 22nd. Prices are 6,000 yen for adults and 3,000 yen for children. Reservations are required by the day before the trip.

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