Operated by Shin Nihonkai Ferry
Aboard the Suzuran, there is plenty to keep you occupied whilst you traverse Japan. With a capacity of 613 passengers, 158 trucks, and 58 cars, there is plenty of space and facilities for all passengers.
There is an array of cabins available aboard the Suzuran, from the basic to the luxurious. You have the suites, which offer private bathrooms, a private terrace and a television, the deluxe rooms, the state rooms, which offer different style rooms, such as the Japanese style space, or the bunk bed rooms.
Aboard the Suzuran there are many different food options, such as the Grill, which offers specialised food options, and the main restaurant, which offers a wide array of food, and the cafeteria, where you can sit and relax, as well as purchase drinks and snacks. There is also a cup noodle corner, where you can buy and eat a variety of cup noodles.
There is a shop onboard, which offers basic amenities, as well as souvenirs and company items.
Not only are there many places to relax across the ferry, there are also a variety of spa rooms, such as 2 saunas, as well as an indoor and outdoor bath. There is also a games room, sports room, amusement room filled with arcade games, a dog field, and several vending machines.
There is plenty for children to do onboard, and there is even a dedicated children room for you to take them.
Not only is this ferry accessible to both car and foot passengers, it also wheelchair accessible. There are specialised wheelchair cabins available upon request.
Please Note: Whilst we have taken great care in making our Suzuran 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.