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Introducing sports that have become one of the cruise ship cultures as entertainment during cruise ships and as a place for training.

NYK Maritime Museum Holding period: 2021.10.01 ~ 2021.12.26
Ends in 29 days

「Special exhibition again! "Okay on the ship, don! -Time for cruises and sports-"」

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Many events have been held in the long life on board to keep passengers from getting bored. In addition to entertainment and tea parties, sports are one of them. In the limited space of the ship on the voyage, we played deck tennis and table tennis, and sometimes athletic meet was held with passengers and sailors mixed, and it was enjoyed as a big event.
While some passengers enjoyed sports as entertainment, athletes heading for overseas expeditions trained on the deck and pool to prepare for the upcoming game. Among them were many athletes who would later win gold medals at the Olympics. While practicing, attending a tea party and playing cards, they set out on a sunny stage.

Special exhibition again! "Okay on the ship, don! -Time for cruises and sports-"
[Schedule] October 1st (Friday) -December 26th (Sunday), 2021
* Closed: Every Monday (open on public holidays, closed on the following weekday)
[Time] 10: 00-17: 00 (Last admission 16:30)
[Place] NYK Maritime Museum
[Admission fee] General 400 yen / Senior (65 years old and over) 250 yen / Elementary school students and younger free
[Official homepage] Click here

Introducing the history of modern Japanese shipping from the dawn of modern Japanese shipping to the present day with videos, photographs, passenger ship pamphlets, model ships, etc.

  • Address
    3-9 Kaigandori, Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa
  • TEL
  • Business Hour
    10: 00-17: 00