The key thing to note is that, for most , the process will take at least seven (7) months from the date of the first rabies vaccination, so advance planning is critical. We are told there are no exceptions and that animals which have not met all requirements described below will have to be quarantined upon arrival until all are met.more
This hotel is outside the grounds of Huis Ten Bosch. However, it is built like a European style...more
The japanese are fanatics when it comes to baseball. If you come to Sasebo, look at a trip to Fukuoka for a baseball game!The Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks is a Japanese baseball team based in Fukuoka, Fukuoka Prefecture. The team was bought on January 28, 2005 by SoftBank Corporation.more
On our recent return to Nagasaki we visited Deijima properly. Get here by taking tram 1 from Nagasaki Station. Entry fee is 500 yen. Deijima is an artificial island and was created to house Dutch foreigners so they could trade with the Japanese but as they were located on this island and unable to leave without permission, they could not influence...more
We only stayed here for one night on a recent short trip to Nagasaki. You can easily walk here from...more
Entry to the museum is 200 yen. It is of course a very sad museum with very distressing photos from the aftermath of the bombing and from the effects of radiation sickness. Many statues of saints from the bombed out Urakami Cathedral are located in the museum. There are also many objects from the time of the bombing such as coins and bottles which...more
Matsuura family built Hinodake Castle on Kameoka hill across Hirado in 1599.When going to the Castle from the town, people had to go by ferryboat or long detour because for reasons of defense, no bridge had been constructed.In 1669, the ferry service was banished and a wooden bridge called Saiwai-bashi bridge was constructed.The bridge was used by...more
Matsura Historical Museum was established as a foundation in October 1955.The Matsura collection, the museum building, and the surrounding garden were donated by Susumu Matsura (1934-1962), the 39th lord of the Matsura house.The present structure was originally built in 1893 to serve as the private resistance of the Matsura family and was known as...more
There's a museum in the Unzen area that commemorates the volcanic eruption which caused havoc in the Unzen area. It's interesting if Geology is your thing, but there's not much in English at all, and I found it hard to follow, having to look in my electronic dictionary to decipher the geological vocab.more
320 Unzen Obama-cho, Unzen, Nagasaki Prefecture, 854-0621, Japan
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