I am taking a cruise out of Yokohama, Japan in May and was wondering about the accessibility of the port. I'll take a cab from the train station to the port. Can the cab drive right up to the cruise ship embarkation building? Or do I have to leave the cab at the port entrance and use another means of transportation internal to the port to get to the ship?
Prepared you really need to go on crusiecritics.com it is the best site for all these cruise . I’ve been on this RS site for well over 10 years ( think it’s more like 15 ) and I love it - but it’s not a great source for cruise info - many people in here don’t cruise , or so so infrequently ( I’ve only been on 6 cruises and my last one was 11 yrs ago) , on crusiecritics they have so many posters who are super knowledgeable and experienced - they have forums for ports of call , side trips , diffrent ship lines , individual ships , and you can even look up and see if someone from the same cruise you have booked has posted ( sometimes people as about sharing transport to and from ports or sharing private tours )
Our ship departed from Tokyo Harbor, but we had transport that dropped us off at the terminal. If you are with a group, suggest booking transport.
The cab can take you directly to the entrance of the cruise terminal. Its about 5 minutes from the train station.