Sailing & Boats

Tokyo Port Museum
Museum about history of the Port of Tokyo. Port of Edo, Tokyo Bay Museum, the Waterfront Subcenter Development plan, Tokyo Minato-Kan and future area plans. Open 09:30-17:00 except Mondays at Aomi Frontier Building, 20F, 2-4-24 Aomi, Koto-ku.
Tokyo Yumenoshima Marina
Marina facilities and sale of new and used boats. Located at 3-2-1 Koto-ku, Tokyo Yumenoshima.
Riviera Zushi Marina
Home port that can accommodate bigger boats. Located at 5-23-9 Kotsubo Zushi-shi, Kanagawa.
Tropical Jet
Jetboating thrill ride. Office hours: 09:00-18:00. Closed on Wednesday. Meeting point location: Ginowan Marina, 4-4-1 Mashiki, Ginowan City.
Tokyo Sail & Power Squadron
Sailing club for recreational boating with networking opportunities and fellowship. With boating safety and skills courses and Japanese boating licence test preparation.
Japan Boating Industry Association
Aimed at promoting boating, technological improvements in boats, improvement of the safety of boating, education and organising boat shows. Located at 2-5-1 Ginza, Chuo-ku.
Yokohama Bayside Marina
Marina facilities with fuel supply berth, service centre and maintenance yard. Located in mid Tokyo bay area.
Hayama Port
Port with temporary mooring and land facilities. Meeting rooms and multipurpose hall for private functions. Port is closed every Tuesday except in the months of July and August. Located at 50 Horiuchi, Hayama Town, Miura-gun, Kanagawa.
Urayasu Marina
Marina facilities and boat licensing. Located at 1 Chidori Urayasu, Chiba prefecture.