Toda Bay Cruise / Toda Bay Dolphin Island

Travel Guide - Toda Bay Cruise / Toda Bay Dolphin Island


Toda Bay Cruise is a one-hour cruise which starts from Toba Marine Terminal near Toba Station and stops at Toba Bay Dolphin Island, Mikimoto Pearl Island, and Toda Aquarium.

In Dolphin Island, you can enjoy a magnificent view of Toda Bay from an observation tower and trails, as well as exciting dolphin shows and humorous seal shows.
You can also enjoy swimming on the beach in July and August.

Opening Hours

  • 09:00 – 16:00 (Cruise runs every 30 minutes) *varies according to the season


  • Dolphin Island: The 2nd Monday through the 3rd Friday in December

Access / Public Transport

  • 5 minutes walk from Toba Station on the JR lines, Kintetsu Toba Line or Kintetsu Shima Line

Address / Location

* Please click each address to show the location.
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