Chisun Grand Hotel Nagasaki

5-35 Gotomachi, Nagasaki, Nagasaki Prefecture, 850-0036, Japan

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Chisun Grand Hotel Nagasaki
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  • IreneMcKay's Profile Photo

    Excellent Stay

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    We only stayed here for one night on a recent short trip to Nagasaki. You can easily walk here from Nagasaki Station - just exit the station and walk right for around 8 minutes. Or you can go by tram number 1. The nearest stop is Gotomachi; Ohato is near, too.

    Check in was quick and friendly. The receptionist spoke good English. Our room was a reasonable size for Japan where hotel rooms are always small. The room was very clean. There was a bathroom/shower room, a separate toilet with a place to wash your hands on the toilet lid. Water starts coming out here when you flush. The wash hand basin was in the main room. I was surprised by this design as it did not seem to me to be the best utilisation of space, but it was fine. Tea/coffee making facilities were provided - kettle, cups, 2 sachets coffee, creamer, sugar, 2 green teas. There was a fridge. No in-room safe. There was a TV but we did not watch it. The hotel was quiet, the bed was very clean and comfortable. We slept really well.

    There was no wardrobe in the room; just a wall rack with hangers and limited drawer space. No problem for us as we did not even unpack.

    There were large bottles of liquid soap, shampoo and conditioner in the bathroom. Toothbrushes and hairbrushes were provided.

    The hotel's location is excellent for sightseeing as you are on the number one tram route. You are already close to the station, Deijima, Chinatown. The number 1 tram towards the station will take you near the cable car and to the Peace Garden, Hypocentre and Atomic Bomb Museum. There was an Indian restaurant near the hotel. Food smelt great, but we did not try it. We ate in Chinatown - very good meal.

    We did not eat breakfast at the hotel, but its restaurant offered breakfast and lunch. Check out was quick and efficient. I would very happily stay here again.

  • KevinMichael's Profile Photo

    Good Stay - Good location

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    We found the location to be close to Nagasaki station and close to the bus terminal drop off point.

    The staff were friendly and helpful. The Nagasaki shopping mall is only a 5 minute walk away.

    Overall good location and good price.

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Travel Tips for Nagasaki

Japanese language - Nihongo

by SLLiew

When you are in the streets or restaurants, you will see Japanese words all over.

There are three different writing scripts:
1) Kanji (borrowed from Chinese characters, a few have been modified). So a Chinese can guess most of the meaning of Japanese newspaper article.

2) Hiragana - simplified strokes for Japanese words, grammatical tenses. All Kanji can be written in Hiragana form based on the pronounciation of the word.

3) Katakana - a further more simplified strokes, primarily for recent foreign borrowed words like "terebi" (television), "naifu" (knife)

Fun to learn some Kanji of names of cities like Tokyo, Osaka, Nagasaki and signs like entry or exit. Possible to learn hiragana and katakana as they are like alphabets.

A Different Take On History

by bpwarne

"What Really Happened..."

It was a mildly warm clear day. We bought all day tickets for the trolley system and rode to the Atomic Bomb Museum and Ground Zero Memorial. It was interesting to learn that the USA surprised Japan by declaring war in Dec, 1941, apparently without any provocation as no reason was stated in the museum's narration of events leading up to the A-bombings. In another room of the museum a chronological pictorial narration of events leading up to the A-bomb begins in 1943, without any mention what-so-ever of, well you know..or do you?? Hmmm...a bit confusing.

"Friendly people"

People were surprisingly friendly, perhaps the friendliest of our entire trip and approached us at different times that day asking where we were from. When we mentioned California, on more than one occassion we received a big grin and the word Awnald or Terminator or Governator. Apparently the man is a BIG hit in Nagasaki.
We had a great lite lunch and espresso in the downtown area, the very first good coffee since leaving the states and the last for a while. The Japanese are apparently big on coffee, at least in Nagasaki, as there seemed to be a espresso cafe on every corner. Nagasaki was amazingly clean, it was hard to find even a car with dirt on it. Nagasaki was the only Asian city we visited with an abundance of small cars, apparently the only country in the area interested in them. We had a great time walking around the downtown area, especially the huge grocery store with an enormous deli full of unrecognizable delicacies. Prices seemed about on par with California, high but not as high as we expected. We also enjoyed seeing our first Japanese high tech toilet seat at an internet cafe we visited.

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