Photogallery of Nagasaki, Japan

Nagasaki skyline
Nagasaki skyline by Southtopia @flickr
Peace Statue, Nagasaki
Peace Statue, Nagasaki by Southtopia @flickr
Nagasaki National Peace Memorial Hall for the Atomic Bomb Victims
Nagasaki National Peace Memorial Hall for the Atomic Bomb Victims by Mab-Ken @flickr
NAGASAKI Night view
NAGASAKI Night view by Suzumiyaharuka @flickr
Nagasaki by Tiseb @flickr
Nagasaki by The Other Martin Tenbones @flickr
Nagasaki @flickr
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More to see in Nagasaki
Guests of Nagasaki can enjoy many other interesting entertainments besides visiting historical and religious sites. Subtropical Botanical Garden located on the seashore in the north of the city will be a great place for walking and admiring nature. The Botanical Garden can be visited any day free of charge. More than 2,000 plant species typical of subtropical regions are currently collected in the park. Here you can see rare plants and flowers that grow in the rainforests of Australia, Africa, South Asia, and South America. The plants are kept in indoor pavilions so it will be interesting to visit the garden at any time of the year. In addition to the greenhouses, the garden has a children's amusement park, and everyone can ride a small train through its territory. The garden occupies a fairly large area with several ponds with lotuses, charming suspension bridges, and viewing platforms. Trips to Yakushima Island are very popular among fans of unusual excursions and walks in historical places. This island has an area of over 500 square meters, most of which is covered by rainforest. Following one of the dozens of hiking routes laid across the island, you can admire majestic trees and rare plants. The island is home to many rare animals and birds. The luckiest tourists will have a chance to watch deer and dexterous monkeys. In the most hidden corners of the island, you can see fabulously beautiful waterfalls and thermal springs. In 1993, the island was listed as a UNESCO … Read further

Chapters of the guide to Nagasaki

Traditions and mentality of Nagasaki

In late August, the Lantern Festival, one of the largest of its kind in Japan, is held in the surrounding area of Emukaetho. Within the framework of this festival, a huge 25-meter-high tower is built from lanterns. More than 3,000 lanterns are used for its formation. When evening comes, all the lanterns installed on city streets and squares are lit - a truly fantastic sight. The festival involves many entertainment … Open

Travel guide to Nagasaki

One of the most visited cultural facilities in the city is the Nagasaki Museum of History and Culture opened relatively recently, in 2005. The building housing the museum is of great architectural value. It was built in the Middle Ages as the Nagasaki Magistrate's Office. During the Second World War, the building housed a bomb shelter, and after a complete renovation, a museum was opened here. In total, about … Open

Nagasaki for children - what to visit

Agiruno Oka Park is very popular with young families in Nagasaki. This is not just another picturesque park but a real outdoor recreation center where you can spend an exciting day. The park has a small farm where visitors can feed goats and other animals. There are many playgrounds and sports grounds for little visitors, as well as specially equipped terraces with tables and benches for picnicking. Those who do not … Open

Shopping, streets and outlets

Naka-dori Arcade is a legendary center located in the historic district. It is the oldest shopping center in town. Within its walls, there are many prestigious stores and boutiques of famous global brands. The Arcade attracts many tourists with its unusual design. Some of its decoration elements have been preserved since the opening. Although Chitosepia is not among the largest shopping centers, it is still … Open

Advices for travellers

11. Visiting some city parks with ponds, it is worth paying attention to interesting entertainment. Vacationers are allowed to feed fish inhabiting such ponds. Special fish food is usually sold right in the park. 12. Shopping enthusiasts should prepare some cash. Credit cards may not be accepted in some small shops and small souvenir shops. 13. Apart from restaurants, confectioneries are widespread in the … Open

Cuisine and top restaurants

On one of the lively tourist streets, you will find cozy Yossou restaurant attracting visitors with a variety of traditional Japanese meals. It serves original rice dishes, including traditional desserts. The restaurant will appeal to all fans of sushi and sashimi. Most dishes are pretty simple and everyday for local residents. Menya Always offers its guests modern variations of Japanese-style dishes. It serves … Open

Top sigths of Japan

This is a magnificent country, a travel to which will leave many unforgettable memories. While describing numerous excursions and entertainment, it’s simply impossible to fail to mention Tokyo. In this wonderful city, shiny skyscrapers border with various museums, temples and memorials. Naturally, there are many modern entertainment complexes and parks in the capital of Japan. … Open

Photogalleries of neighbours of Nagasaki

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