Hi there. it’s Mr. Wada back on duty. I would like to share places to visit in Nagasaki City this time.
Places to Visit in Nagasaki City
Nagasaki has quite bit of history where had been open to other countries during the period of isolatio an of Japan and so foreign cultures were brought and blended in from here. There are a bunch of places to visit but these below are especially popular for tourists.
Where a Scottish merchant Thomas Glover lived in and his garden are now one of the most popular sightseeing spots in Nagasaki.
Supposedly the oldest church in Japan built in 1865. it has been more like a sightseeing spot, it takes admission fee which includes entrance of the Christian museum.
Night View from Mt. Inasayama
Can’t miss one of the best night views just like one in Hakodate (Hokkaido). It is just awesome. Unbelievably, it’s admission free.
A bunch of cool houses stand on such a slope. Looks nice with a view of Nagasaki City.
It was sort of gold rush back in time and now the entire island is a ghost town. We can explore it by a boat tour.
One of symbols of Nagasaki City. Easy access (in central).
It is not as big as ones in Kobe or Yokohama but once you step in, you are in a little China.
Used to be a small island as a gateway for foreign cultures entering into Japan but is now connected to mainland. Buildings are preserved, reconstructed and open for visitors.
The 9.7-meter-high-symbolic statue stands and wishes world peace.
How do you find it? Come visit Nagasaki while in Japan. It’s totally worth it.
See you around!