When you’re travelling on a Japanese cruise ship it’s easy to forget that there are limits to what you can do on the cruise ship.
The rules of the road on a Japan cruise ship are pretty similar to those for any other cruise ship in the world, but there are some differences.
Japan Cruise Lines cruise ships must carry only five people, so if you’re bringing two or more people they must be checked in separately and must be allowed to stay on board for one hour and then go off the ship without leaving the cabin.
They also have to be checked regularly for injuries and sickness.
And if you don’t comply with the rules, you could be fined up to 5,000 yen (£15).
These rules can make your journey more stressful than it needs to be, so it’s best to check with your tour guide or cabin manager before you board the ship.
Read more about safety on Japan cruise ships.
Here are some tips for how to stay healthy on a trip on a high-end cruise ship: Keep hydrated While there are no water stations onboard, there is one that has hydration stations on the ship that are located around the ship and are always stocked.
You’ll find them on either side of the stairs in the middle of the ship where you can drink from them, and the water is available in bottles.
It’s worth checking with your guide or booking agent for more information.
If you need to change your clothes while onboard the ship, you can wash them in a small tub in the dining area.
The toilet can be stowed inside the ship’s galley, so you can urinate in it when you disembark the ship or leave the ship after you’ve arrived.
Make sure your food and drinks are cooked ahead of time and that you get plenty of sleep to recover from the night before.
This is especially important when you have an extended period of rest.