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Glover Garden, located at the top of Minami-Yamate hill, was the settlement area for foreign merchants who came to Nagasaki during the Edo Period.
Located at a height of 333 meters, Mount Inasa offers a majestic 360° view of Nagasaki City and the Sea of Japan.
Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum
On August 9, 1945, an atomic bomb was dropped on Nagasaki which took 73,884 lives.
The 26 Martyrs Museum
On February 5th, 1597 (during the Keicho Era), 26 Christians were executed under the orders of Toyotomi Hideyoshi, marking the beginning of a two century long period of harsh Christian persecution in Japan.
Oura Cathedral is a symbol of the complicated history of Christianity in Nagasaki and is also the oldest wooden church built in Gothic style in Japan.
Suwa Shrine is a beautiful, well-maintained shrine that is easily accessible by streetcar.
Nagasaki Koshibyo Confucian Shrine
The Nagasaki Koshibyo Confucian Shrine was established in 1893 through a group effort between the Qing Dynasty government and the Chinese people living in Nagasaki at the time.
Nagasaki Museum of History and Culture
The Nagasaki Museum of History and Culture presents an extensive wealth of information about various important periods in Nagasaki’s history.
Dejima is a prime example of the rich history of Nagasaki.
Meganebashi Bridge, translated to the Spectacles Bridge in English, is a very beautiful and renowned bridge that arches over the Nakashima River in Nagasaki.