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Private Nagasaki Custom Full-Day Tour by Chartered Vehicle
"This is a private tour by a chartered vehicle. Using this service you can charter your vehicle Limousine Van or Bus which is most suitable for your group and visit many attractive sightseeing spots. You don't have to hurry for any other tourist. This tour is only for your group!Tour route is flexible and can be arranged upon your request.Recomme 1945. It was made to pass down the painful story of the damages caused by the bombing and to pray for peace to prevail on earth.- DejimaWhen the Dutch trading posts in Hirado were moved to Dejima under the orders of the Edo Shogunate in 1641 the residents of this island changed from Portuguese to Dutch. Dejima turned into a port for Dutch ships and for over 200 years since then it played the role of Japan’s only gateway to the world.- Glover GardenGlover Garden is an open air museum
From JPY69,806.00
 
Easy-to-Wear Kimono Rental by the Megane Bridge
"This service offers Japanese traditional Kimono for short-time rental so that travelers can have the opportunity to walk around the Megane bridge wearing Kimono like Japanese women in the olden days and take their own pictures with the historical scenery in the background.A professional Kimono dresser will dress yo but this easy-to-wear Kimono dressing service takes only about 15 minutes per person by using the quick-use Obi belts and tools. The venue is located just in front of the Megane Bridge the oldest stone arch bridge in Japan and one of the most photographed places in Nagasaki. After getting dressed in your Kimono you have 30 minutes to walk around the Megane Bridge and take your photos in your beautiful Kimono. You won't need to walk a long distance wearing the traditional Zori sandals that create difficulties walking for people unaccustomed to them since you will arrive at the Megane Bridge as soon as you left the venue.All of the Kimono are made of high-quality silk with beautiful traditional patterns. The plan includes Kimono rental accessories
From JPY1,850.00
 
Easy-to-Wear Kimono Rental by the Megane Bridge
"This service offers Japanese traditional Kimono for short-time rental so that travelers can have the opportunity to walk around the Megane bridge wearing Kimono like Japanese women in the olden days and take their own pictures with the historical scenery in the background.A professional Kimono dresser will dress yo but this easy-to-wear Kimono dressing service takes only about 15 minutes per person by using the quick-use Obi belts and tools. The venue is located just in front of the Megane Bridge the oldest stone arch bridge in Japan and one of the most photographed places in Nagasaki. After getting dressed in your Kimono you have 30 minutes to walk around the Megane Bridge and take your photos in your beautiful Kimono. You won't need to walk a long distance wearing the traditional Zori sandals that create difficulties walking for people unaccustomed to them since you will arrive at the Megane Bridge as soon as you left the venue.All of the Kimono are made of high-quality silk with beautiful traditional patterns. The plan includes Kimono rental accessories
From JPY1,850.00

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Unzen Golf Course

Unzen Golf Course, is located in the Unzen National Park next to Unzen hot spring area, was opened as the 1st public golf course in Japan in 1913.You can enjoy golf in a wonderful scene through the...
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Megane Bridge

Megane Bridge was built in 1634 and is the oldest stone arch bridge in Japan. The bridge is known as "Spectacles Bridge" because of its appearance reflected in the water of the Nakashima River which...
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Dejima

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...
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Chinatown

Nagasaki's Chinatown was established in the 17th Century, and it is the oldest and one of the three largest Chinatowns in Japan. Nagaski remained an open international port, even during the closed...
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Nagasaki Peace Park

Peace Park is lined with statues from all over the world all sympathising with what happened here. The most famous statue is called peace statue and depicts a man with one hand raised towards the sky...
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Camphor Trees of Sanno Shrine

At the entrance to Sanno Shrine stand two large several hundred year old camphor trees. These trees were stripped of bark and leaves, their trunks split, and the wood scorched black by the blast. ...
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Site of the Martyrdom of the 26 Saints of Japan

The Site of the Martyrdom of the 26 Saints of Japan, located at Nishizakakoen, near Nagasaki Station, marks the location where 26 Spanish, Mexican, Indian and Japanese Catholics were executed on...
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