Nagasaki Hotel Seifu

523 Otori-machi, Nagasaki, Nagasaki Prefecture, 852-8005, Japan
Nagasaki Hotel Seifu
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Advice needed

by aversonne

hello fellow vt-ers,

will be doing a short trip starting from fukuoka, then proceeding on to nagasaki, kumamoto, mt aso, beppu before taking the overnight ferry to osaka/kyoto/tokyo. May i know what is the temperature like, which city is the coldest or warmest in the abovementioned list? will be travelling with a 2.5yr toddler, any advise? thanks!

Re: Advice needed

by DSwede

It is now turning to spring in Japan. Despite the possibility of storms, you can simply think that Tokyo will be the coldest since it is furthest north.

Fukuoka at the moment is +8C, and will get slowly colder as you head north.

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Nagasaki Pledge Flame

by gogonicetrip

In ancient Greece, all warfare was suspended and a sacred fire lit during the Olympic Game held every four years.
As a result, the Olympic Flame came to be regarded as a symbol of peace.

In August 1983, with the cooperation of government of Greece, a torch was lit from the sacred fire in Olympic and brought to Nagasaki, the last place on Earth to suffer the horror of nuclear destruction.
It was highly unusual for the Olympic Flame to be carries overseas for reasons other than the Olympic Games.

In 1987, a tower to enshrine and protected the Olympic Flame was built through efforts by local citizens, who pledge to keep the flame burning “until all nuclear weapons are eliminated worldwide”
The monument is imbued with the pledge that, as long as this flame is burning as a symbol of peace, nuclear war will never occur and Nagasaki will remain the last place to suffer the horror of nuclear destruction.

The wall around the tower is embellished with roof tile fragments exposed to heat of atomic bombing as well as ceramic plaques carrying peace message.

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