Operated by Shin Nihonkai Ferry
Equipped with all the necessary amenities, and the sister ship to the Azalea, the Lavender is the perfect ferry for your travels across Japan.
There is a wide variety of cabins aboard the Lavender, such as the luxurious suites, which offer televisions, a bathroom, a refrigerator and a private terrace. There is also the Deluxe Room, and the State room, which is perfect for families and large groups, and there is also the tourist rooms, which offer you either a single room which is not a private cabin, or a shared cabin filled with multiple bunks.
There are many different food and drink options for you to choose from here aboard the Lavender, such as the Grill, which offers a specialised menu, or the main restaurant, which has a wide selection of different foods available. There is also the cafeteria, which has a large amount of seating, and the option to buy drinks and snacks.
There is a shop here, that offers snacks, basic amenities, and souvenirs.
There are many different extra facilities onboard, such as the Grand Bath, which also boasts a sauna, as well as the Open Bath, which overlooks the ocean, and an additional sauna. There is a games room, a sports room, the amusement box where you can play different arcade games, and a dog field where you can exercise and play with your pets, as well as a laundry room.
Not only is there room for children in the cabins, there is also a specialised room for the children where they can play.
Not only is this ship accessible to both foot and car passengers, but is also fully wheelchair accessible, with wheelchair accessible cabins available upon request.
Please Note: Whilst we have taken great care in making our Lavender guide as accurate as possible, onboard facilities, services and entertainment may vary depending on the date and time of year that you travel, facilities mentioned may change without notification and ferry companies reserve the right to operate vessels other than those mentioned at time of booking without prior notification.