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Nagasaki Sightseeing - ENDLESS DISCOVERY NAGASAKI official
Features Nagasaki City sightseeing information
City with a glimpse of foreign emotions
Nagasaki
Sightseeing
Guidebook
Easy-to-see
map separa
ted
by area incl
uded
Nagasaki
Sightseeing
Guidebook
Nagasaki Science Museum
Observatory Area P12・13
Mitsubishi Shipbuilding
and Engineering Company Ltd.
Nagasaki Sports Finder
(Kabutogani Arena)
Inasayama Observatory
Inasadake
Ropeway Station
Inasayama Park
Outdoor stage
Nagasaki Prefectural Medical Association
Ropeway
Nagasaki Pharmaceutical Association
Gu
Provides
ive
a comprehens
us sights
guide to vario
in Nagasaki
Exotic Area
●Oura
Energetic and
Historic Area
Zone
Observatory Area
●Zone
around the station
Love and Peace Area
●Urakami
Zone
Peninsula Zone
●Iojima・Takashima Zone
Devotion・Culture Area
●Sotome・Kinkai
Zone
sa
ki
to Koyagi・
Nomozaki
8
Mitsubishi Ball Park
Ro
ute
Me
Na
ga
gu
ri
Nagasaki Tax Office
Nagasaki
Marine Observatory
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Oura Police Station
Ouratenshudo-Shita
Oura International Cemetry
Kaisei Gakuen School
(Convention Association)
P4∼7
Yumesaito
Motofuna Pier
Ohato
Bunmeido
Nagasaki Bus Terminal
Minato Park
Tsuki-Machi
Shinchi Chinatown Nishihamano-Machi
Chuo-bashi Bridge
Tojinyasikiato
(Site of the former Chinese Quarter)
Kanko-Dori
202
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Tourist Information Center
(In station)
JR Nagasaki Station
Nagasaki Seihi
Agricultural
Cooperative
Nagasaki Eki-Mae
Fisheries Cooperative’s
Goto-Machi Association of Nagasaki
Prefectural Police KTN
Headquarters
Nagasaki City Library
Fire Brigade
Nagasaki Central Fire Department
Merca Tsukimachi
Central Park
Kenei Bus
Terminal
Site of the Martyrdom
of the 26 Saints of Japan
Central Post Office
Honren-ji
Temple
Fukusai-ji
Temple
Sakura-Machi
NBC
Shofuku-ji
Nagasaki City Hall
Temple
JA Nagasaki Seihi
Nishihamano-Machi Kozenmachi Building
Nagasaki Chamber of
Nagasaki Prefectural
Commerce and Industry
Municiapl Hall
Nagasaki Museum of
Yosso Nigiwai-bashi Nagasaki Prefectural Labor Welfare Bureau History and Culture
Takara-Machi
Love and Peace Area P14・15
To bypass
Yachiyo-Machi
「Why not go sightseeing without worrying
about your belongings?」
P
Luggage delivery is provided from JR Nagasaki Station to your place of
lodging. Reservations will be received only within the delivery coverage
area. Please consult prior to your reservation.
Delivery Procedure
Reservation Place: JR Nagasaki Station Tourist Information Center
TEL. 095-823-3631
Order Time: AM8:00∼PM2:00
(Delivery will be completed to the lodging facility by 5p.m.)
Fee: 200yen per package
Duration: Until 31st March 2013
P Peace Park Car Park (AM7:00∼PM8:00) / space for 93 standard vehicles, 32 buses
P Matsuyama-Machi Car Park (AM7:30∼PM10:00) / space for 288 standard vehicles, 10 buses
P Kenei Baseball Stadium Car Park (AM7:30∼PM10:00) / space for 149 standard vehicles, 5 buses
For more details, TEL.095-829-1170 (Nagasaki Traffic Planning Division)
Akasako
Sumiyoshi
Chitose-Machi
Showa-Machi Dori
Hotarujaya
Siebold
Memorial
Museum
Wakaba-Machi
★Boarding
fee
(flat rate /
tax include
d)
120yen (adu
lt) 60yen (ch
ild)
★Train one
da
Suwa Shrine
Shindaiku-Machi
Iwayabashi
Nyokodo
Nagaitakashi Memorial Museum
Suwajinja-Mae
Nagasaki daigaku-Mae
Urakamishako-Mae
Memorial at Hypocenter
Sofuku-ji Temple
Ohashi
Shokakuji-Shita
Hamaguchi-Machi
Ishibashi
Glover Sky Road
Stops only at Akasako
Urakami Cathedral
Shin Nakagawa-Machi
Shianbashi
Matsuyama-Machi
Estimated time: 18 minutes
Kanko-Dori
of the Atomic Bomb Explosion Peace Park
Nagasaki Nagasaki
Seiyokan Atomic Bomb Museum
Sanno Shrine Second Arch
(One legged Tori Arch)
(Transit at Nishihamano-Machi)
Confucian
Shrine
Sakamoto International Cemetry
Ishibashi ⇔ Hotarujaya
Ouratenshudo-Shita
Daigaku Byoin-Mae
Estimated time: 13 minutes
Mori-Machi
(Transit at Nishihamano-Machi)
Kofuku-ji
Temple
Megane-bashi
(Spectacles Bridge)
Urakami Eki-Mae
Shokakuji-Shita ⇔ Hotarujaya
Nagasaki Museum of
History and Culture
On foot
Estimated time: 29 minutes
Zenza-Machi
Lane 5
(Transit at Sakura-Machi)
Takara-Machi
Lane 4
Akasako ⇔ Hotarujaya
Yachiyo-Machi
To bypass
Streetcar Stop with Kokaido-Mae
transfer dispenser
(Transit at Ohato)
Estimated time: 31 minutes
Site of the Martyrdom
of the 26 Saints of Japan
Sakura-Machi
Nigiwaibashi
Nagasaki University School
of Economics
Akasako ⇔ Shokakuji-Shita
Nagasaki Eki-Mae
Chin-Chin Densha (train)
Lane 3
Park and Ride Car Park
Standard vehicle parked for more than 2 hours: 600yen per parking
City Streetcar Route Map
Lane 1
Public Transport Transit Car Park
A car park where you can park your vehicle on the outskirts of Nagasaki and travel to the city by bus or train. You
can now enjoy sightseeing without being concerned with traffic jams. The map for the car park can be found at the
Tourist Information Center.
Kokaido-Mae
Hotarujaya
Tenshu Park
Urakami Cathedral
Nishihamano-Machi
NAGASAKI Guide map
Nagasaki University School of Medicine
Goto-Machi
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To Former Nagasaki Penguin Aquarium
Nagasaki Institute of Applied Science
Nagasaki University
Lucky Motors
Sanno Shrine
Nishihamano-Machi
Siebold Memorial
Museum
Nagasaki University Hospital
Ohato
Wakamiya Inari
Shrine
Shinnakagawa-Machi
Urban
Area
Sakamoto International Cemetry
Iwayabashi
Nyokodo
Nagaitakashi Memorial Museum
Hollander (Dutch) Slope
Energetic and Historic Area P8∼11
Sanno Shrine
(One legged Tori Arch)
Chitosepia To Sasebo
Hall
Huis Ten Bosch
Wakaba-Machi
Noguchi Yataro Art Museum
Peace Museum
Shinchi Chinatown
22
Peace Memorial Museum
Kita Post Office
Tsuki-Machi
21
Urakami Eki-Mae
Mori-Machi
Showa-Machi Dori
Chitose-Machi
Nagasaki daigaku-Mae
Ohashi Urakamishako-Mae
Dejima
Fukusaya Hamano-Machi
Fukuro-bashi Bridge
Arcade
Kanko Dori
Nagasaki Public Auditorium
Nagasaki
Maruyama Park
Ark building Arcade
Nagasaki
Civic Hall
Megane-bashi
Shianbashi
Prefectural
(Spectacles Bridge)
Library
Nagasaki Dejima Road
Hamakatsu
Kokaido-Mae
Uoichi-bashi Bridge
Suwa Shrine
Shippoku
Shokaku-ji Temple
Higashi-Shinbashi Bridge
Koei-ji Temple
324 Hosshin-ji
Susukihara-bashi Bridge
Temple
Ichiran-bashi Bridge
Daion-ji
Furumachi-bashi Bridge
Shokakuji-Sita
Kotai-ji
Suwajinja-Mae
Temple
Amikasa-bashi Bridge
Temple
Oide-bashi Bridge
Chosho-ji Temple
Kiyomizu Temple
Matsunomori
Momotani-bashi Bridge
Enmei-ji Temple
Tenmangu
Yasaka shrine
Zenrin-ji
Shrine
Kofuku-ji Temple
Sofuku-ji Temple
Temple
Joan-ji Temple
Daiko-ji Temple
Kazagashira Park Sanpo-ji Temple
Shindaiku-machi
Kogen-ji Temple
Jinso-ji Temple
Nagasaki
Statue of Sakamoto Ryoma
Nagasaki city
Prefectural
Kameyama Shachu
to Nagasaki Interchange
Women’s Association
Ryoma Dori
Memorial Museum
20
Zenza-Machi
Amu Plaza Nagasaki
Yamasa Kaiun Co.,Ltd.
Dejima Wharf
Hollander (Dutch) Slope
Exotic Area
Asahi-ohashi
Nagasaki Port
Nagasaki Port
Ohato Terminal
Big Bitt
Ourakaigan-Dori Nagasaki Customs
Prefectural Office
Dejima
Art Museum
Western Style Houses
at Higashi Yamate
206
P
Matsuyama-Machi
206
Peace Park P Peace Park Car Park
Memorial at Hypocenter
Peace Statue
of the Atomic Bomb Explosion
Hamaguchi-Machi
Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum
Yamazato
Museum of History and Folklore Elementary School
Daigaku Byoin-Mae
JR Urakami Station
Cocowalk
202
Tokiwa Warf No.2
Bekko Crafts Museum
Nagasaki Brick Hall
NCC & Studio
Inasabashi
Former British Consulate Shiminbyoin-Mae
NIB
Ishibashi
City Hospital
Dejima
Kwassui Gakuin School
Confucian Shrine・Historical Museum of China
Nagasaki Prefectural Office
16
18
ki
Matsugae International Terminal
Nagasaki Seaside Park
(Nagasaki Mizubenomori Park)
Peace Museum
Glover Garden
Oura Cathedral
Glover Sky Road
14
sa
Urakami-gawa
Na
JR Nishiurakami Station
Kenei Baseball Stadium
Car Park
P
Nagasaki
Big N Stadium Electric Tramway Co. Ltd
Nagasaki
Seiyokan
Dejima
2
e
Nagasaki Newspaper
Cultural Hall
Ourakaigan-Dori
Gourmet and Gifts
to
uis
Shiminbyoin-Mae
Collection
of Nagasaki
specialty products
na
rry
Nagasaki Municipal
Athletic Sports Stadium
Inasa International Cemetry
Cr
大浦
天Cathedral
主堂
Oura
Japan’
s firsts
Fe
iku
Matsuyama-Machi Car Park
Yanagawa Park
Glover Garden
It began in Nagasaki...
Mi
or
499
Information
on Illuminations
Introduction
of Illuminated facilities
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(Ropeway Entrance)
Nagasaki Seaside Park
(Nagasaki Mizubenomori Park)
Event Calendar
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Nagasaki Municipal
Swimming Pool
Genbaku Hospital
Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum
Information
on Nagasaki events
jim
Former Hongkong &
Shanghai Bank Nagasaki Branch Museum
Nature and
Entertainment Area
●Nomo
an
ga
Fuchi Shrine Ropeway Station
an
Sh
Na
4
Zone
●Central
nk
Nagasaki Municipal
Rugby-Soccer Stadium
Shiroyama Elementary School
Nagasaki Prefectural General Welfare Center
y pass
Fee: 500yen
(adult) 250y
Purchase at:
en (child)
Touris
t Information
Hotel etc…
Center,
Purchasing ins
ide the train
is not availab
For more de
le.
tails please
contact
Nagasa
ki Electric Tra
mway Co. Ltd
TEL095
-845-4111
★Transfer ti
cket
A transfer tick
et is require
d when travel
between Ak
ing
asako and
Ishiba
transfer at Sa
kura-Mahci. Ple shi. Please
ase make sur
to receive a
e
transfer ticket
by saying 「N
tsugimasu」 to
ori
the driver wh
en you get off.
3
1
● Oura
Zone
Exotic Area
Nagasaki was one of the few ports open for foreign
trade since the period of national isolation. One
can imagine the then appearance of Nagasaki with
foreign colonies by visiting this area.
2
MAP
B-6
Byoin-Mae Streetcar Stop
4
Nagasaki Bus
Nagasaki Mastugae Branch
Tax Office
Suka Gogodo
Art Museum
P
MAP
B-5
After viewing the Spanish Art collection
and the arts related to Nagasaki, enjoy
a cup of coffee with a view of the canal.
Nagasaki Port is visible from the roof
top garden.
Hotel
Majestic
H
Marine
Observatory
Minami Yamate-Machi
Maria Park
Nagasaki Traditional Performing
Art Museum
Former Glover
Residence
Glover Garden
Yuzuriha Hospital
Former Steele
Memorial Academy
Former Ringer
House
Jiyu-Tei
Former Walker
House
Oura Shudoin
Former Alt
House
Minami Yamate
Rest House
Former Mitsubishi
No.2 Dock House
9
P
?
P
H
13
Vertical Elevator
12
Oura Ishibashi
Dori
?
Glover Garden
Entrance
The Eighteenth Bank
This Chinese colony
was established with the
objective of preventing
illegal trade. Several
dozens of long rooms
were lined up providing
accommodation for around
2000 people.
●8 minutes’walk from
Tsuki-Machi Streetcar Stop
Higashikotohira 2 Chome
3
? (18Bank)
NTT West Japan
Nagasaki Hospital
Higashi Yamate
No.12 Hall
Umegasaki
Machi
Site of the first Protestant Episcopal Mission
in Japan founded by C.M.Williams
Former site of St. John's
Episcopal Church
2
?
8
Oura
Kindergarten
Western Style Houses
at Higashi Yamate
Kaisei Gakuen
Dormitory
Shinchi Chinatown
H
WC
?
Site of the former
Chinese Quarter
H
?
Dormy Inn
Nagasaki
P ?
P
Victroia Inn
Nagasaki
H
C
WC
P
WC
P
Stone Columns of Foreign Settlement Boundary
D
Tojinyashiki-Dori
Umegasaki Shrine
Dojindo
Junin-Machi
Tenkodo
H Hotel
5
Kannai-Machi
Daitoku-ji Temple Park
Fukken Kaikan Hall
WC
Kaisei Gakuen
School
Police
4
P
Juzenkai Hospital
4
Nishikoshima
1 Chome
?
Nakashin-Machi
Higashiyama-Machi
Doza-Machi
Shinchi
Park
Hotel JAL City Nagasaki
?
? City Corner Information Center
3
?
Nagasaki
Washington Hotel
WC
Pierre Loti’s Place of
temporary residence
Gymnasium
Monument
2
Tsuki-Machi
Nishihamano-Machi
Streetcar Stop with No.1, No.5 Boarding spot
Nagasaki Bus Terminal Hotel transfer dispenser
Nagasaki Ryoma Road
Higashi Yamate-Machi
Site of the Former Hyomotsuyakusho
(Edo Period Government Export Office)
H
Kago-Machi
Kwassui Gakuin Dormitory
Higashi Yamate
District Preservation Center
Oura Higashi-Machi
1
Nagasaki Bus
Terminal
B
Chuobashi
Eighteenth Bank
Main Branch
H
?
Orandazaka-Dori
Ueda-Machi
Izumo 1 Chome
Protestant Seminary
Maizou Museum
Jokoin
?
Showa Kai
Hospital
Shita-Machi
●3 minutes’walk from Dejima Streetcar Stop
●AM10:00∼PM8:00 (Closed on 2nd and 4th
Monday of each month, Tuesday if Monday is
a holiday and for New Year)
●Visiting fee: [Art Collection] 400yen (general)
300yen (University student・Senior Citizen (above
70 years), 200yen (High・Junior High・Elementary
School student) ●Free for elementary students
within the prefecture ●Affiliated car park is available.
Glover Sky Road
P
Shinchi
Machi
Former Site of the Nagasaki Minato Harbor Office
Hollander (Dutch) Slope
?
Nagasaki Dejima
Minato Park
Road
7
Koshashin-Shiryokan
Oranda-Zaka
?
Oranda-Dori
Kwassui Gakuin
School
?
Miniature Dejima
Tsukimachi-Dori
Civic Hospital
?
Former Stone Depository (Ishikura)
Former Dejima Protestant Seminary
Dejima Entrance
(East Side)
The Former Dejima
Chokyubashi
Higashi Yamate
No.13 Hall
(Museum of Vintage Photographs)
Ishibashi
?
?
?
Site of Japan's
first baloon launching
Kenchozaka-Dori
1
NTT Nagasaki
Fukumoto Inn
Site of Japan's
first locomotive
Higashiyamate neighborhood
in the former Oura European quarter
Umegasaki
Junior High school
Oura-Machi
Confucian Shrine・
Historical Museum
of China
Oura Cathedral Matsugae Park
H
New Tanda
Hotel
Former British
Consulate
Hotel
Monterey Nagasaki
Ouratenshudo-Shita
Dori
Myogyo-ji
Temple
Aioi-Machi
H
?
?
ANA Clown Plaza Hotel
Nagasaki Glover Hill
Glover Garden
?
Entrance
Matsugae
Oura Church
Former Latin
Seminario
Shinwa Bank
Site of Japan's first international telegraph station
Site of the Nagasaki Telegraph Company・
Site of the former Minamiyamate foreign settlement
Site of Japan’
s
first Bowling
14
Glover-Dori
?
10
P
H
Ourakaigan-Dori
Bekko Crafts Museum
Dejima-Machi
Shiminbyoin-Mae
P
WC
?
WC
Dejima Tree (Dejimanoki)
Dejima Kaigan-Dori
ori
りan-D
通ig
Ka
海岸
Former Site of Unjosho
浦ra
大u
O
A
Nagasaki
Prefectural Office
Dejima
Dejima
Dori
WC
Tokiwa-Machi
Captian’
s
Room
Nagasaki
Customs Office
Nagasaki Prefectural
Art Museum
WC
P
Nagasaki Peace Museum
Former Hongkong &
Shanghai Bank
Nagasaki Branch Museum
Minami Yamate
District Preservation
Center
Nagasaki Port
Matsugae-Machi
?
Kozone Park
AIG Nagasaki Building
N
●4 minutes’walk from Shimin
MAP
D-6
5 Nagasaki Prefectural
Art Museum
Nagasaki Matsugae
International Terminal Building
11
←To Nomozaki
どんどん坂
From the end of Edo period
through to the Meiji Period,
foreign colonies existed in the
Higashi-Yamate / Minami-Yamate
area, Westerners were called
as‘Oranda San’and the road
they use to walk around was
called‘Orandazaka’or‘Dutch
Slope’
. The inside sightseeing
spot is Kassui Slope which
continues the Dutch Slope
towards
Kassui
Women’
s
University.
50yen (Junior High・Elementary student)
●TEL. 095-820-3386
4 Site of the former
Chinese Quarter
5
Hotel Belleview Nagasaki
First Officer’
s
Quarters
P
WC
P
Oura Police
Station
●4 minutes’walk from Ishibashi Streetcar Stop
●AM9:00∼PM5:00 (Closed from Dec. 29∼Jan.3)
●Entrance fee: 100yen (Adult・High School student)
WC
Nagasaki Seaside Park
Glover Garden
P
WC
Comfort Hotel
Nagasaki
H
Dejima Entrance
(West Side)
Edomachi Park
Suimon (Water Gate)
Dejima
WC
Nagasaki Port Bay
Joint Government Building
P
→
Yamato Transport
H
Nagasaki International Tourism
and Convention Association
Site of former
Kosuge Shipyard
Kosuge-Machi Public Hall
South Sewage
Tomachi
Tunnel
Remains Treatment Works
of Uomidake
Daiba
To Nagasaki Inter Change
Matsugae International Tourism Pier
Naminohira-Machi
7
Nagasaki Dejima Wharf
Nagasaki Sempaku To Nagasaki
Sobi Co.Ltd
Urban Area
←To Nomozaki
Nagasaki Soko Co. Ltd
MAP
allowed until 20 minutes before closing time) Subjected to change
according to the season (open 365 days a year) ●500yen (adult)
200yen (High School student) 100yen (Junior High・Elementary student)
●TEL. 095-821-7200
6
Megami Ohashi
Free of charge for pedestrians
Kozone-Machi
6
WC
● Toll fare: 100yen (standard and small vehicles)
Museum of Vintage Photographs ・
D-4
Maizou Museum
Pictures such as taken by Ueno Hikoma, the
first business photographer in Japan and the
至野母崎
then Nagasaki Port, etc. are exhibited.
●Next to Dejima Streetcar Stop ●AM8:00∼PM6:00 (Entrance is
5
Illuminated
P
A Spot of Interest
Miniature Dejima
D-3~5
C-6
● 2 minutes’walk from Tsuki-Machi Streetcar Stop.
This is a model of one fifteenth of Dejima
which was sculptured based on Kawahara
Keiga’
s illustration‘Nagasaki Dejima’
.
3 Dutch Slope
MAP
4
To JR Nagasaki Station→
Ohato
Open since December 2005,
Megami Ohashi is the longest
cable-stayed bridge in Kyushu.
The bridge is suspended 65
meters above the sea, enabling
ships to pass below the
bridge easily. This is a new
landmark of Nagasaki, adding
fantasy
decoration
with
illuminations and strides.
Originally used as a
warehouse for the ferries,
or‘tosen’
, this area has
now become one of the
three biggest Chinatowns
in Japan. A 250 meter
long red colored lane with
‘Chukamon,’ or Chinese
style gates, passersby are
greeted by the aroma of
Chinese food.
For more than 200 years during the period of national
isolation, this unique place was the window for
foreign trade. During the 19th century the island
consisted of 49 buildings including houses,
restaurants, warehouses, guard stations, etc. 25 of
them are currently under renovation. At present 5
buildings including the Captain’
s room have been
completed and opened to the public.
MAP
6 Megami Ohashi
3
→
1 Dejima
Illuminated
Nagasaki Shinchi
Chinatown Illuminated
2
Kannondo
WC
E
Toilet for wheelchair users
P Car Park for handicapped
Toilet for ostomates
6
Please feel free to ask help
for directions from the
sightseeing map at the City
Corner Information Center.
7
5
8 Western Style Houses
at Higashi Yamate
MAP
D-4
7 Higashi Yamate No.12 Hall
This is a spacious, Western-style
hall with a unique verandah
used for Russian and American
Consulates. This is an important
cultural asset which holds historic
documents related to various
private schools built during the
period of foreign colonies.
MAP
D-4
Illuminated
These were originally built to rent to
foreigners. At present, the Higashi
Yamate District Preservation Center,
Vintage Photographs ・ Maizou
Museum, Foreign Cultural Exchange
Hall ・ World Food Restaurant
Higashi Yamate (Chikyukan) are
located here.
●4 minutes’walk from Ishibashi Streetcar Stop.
●AM9:00∼PM5:00 (Closed from Dec.29∼Jan. 3)
●TEL. 095-820-0069
9 Bekko Crafts Museum
Valuable Bekko crafts and engineering tools are on
display. Built in the 31st year of the Meiji Period
(1898) as the Nagasaki Custom’
s Kudarimatsu
Office. The building is an important cultural asset.
14 Glover Garden
MAP
C-3
10 Former Hong Kong & Shanghai Bank Nagasaki Branch Museum
MAP
C-3
50yen (Elementary・Junior High・High School student)
●TEL. 095-827-8746
MAP
C-2
●7 minutes’walk from Ouratenshudo-Shita Streetcar Stop
●AM9:00∼PM5:00 (Closed from Dec.29∼Jan. 3)
●100yen (general) 50yen (Elementary・Junior High・
High School student) ●TEL. 095-820-3328
12 Confucian Shrine ・Historical Museum of China
Illuminated
MAP
D-4
This Confucian shrine was established
for worshipping the sacred relics of
Confucius, the founder of Confucianism.
This is a unique foreign Mausoleum
built by Chinese people. It consists of
various monuments brought from China
including statues of 72 philosophers
and statues of Confucius. In the rear
side, the historical Museum of China
is located which is almost valuable as
a Chinese national treasure.
●3 minutes’walk from Ouratenshudo-Shita Streetcar Stop ●AM8:30∼PM5:30 (Entrance is until
PM5:00) (open 365 days a year) ●600yen (general) 300yen (Elementary・Junior High・High School
student) ●TEL. 095-824-4022
13 Oura Cathedral
Illuminated
This was built by a French father in the
first year of Genji Period (1864), to
commemorate the execution of 26
martyrs at Nishizaka. This is Japan’
s
oldest wooden Gothic style church. Among the stained glass which
decorates the holy shrine, some are
more than 100 years old. Bronze statues
(P.12) of the 26 martyrs in Oura
cathedral and Nishizaka were built to
face each other.
MAP
D-2
Former Glover Residence
This is Japan’
s oldest Western-style, wooden residence. One can find the
entrance to hidden rooms at the doorway in the ceiling of the corridor
near Tsuru Glover’
s room. It is believed that Glover used to meet and
discuss with loyalists from Satsuma Clan and Choshu Clan from Tobaku
group secretly in these rooms. He has discussed with his colleagues on
the matter of Japan’
s future. There are nine other historic houses such as
Former Ringer House scattered among the area.
Former Alt House
This is a typical Western-style house
built between the end of Edo period
and Meiji period was the former
residence of British trade merchant
William Alt. Considered as an important
cultural asset.
Former Mitsubishi No.2 Dock House
This is a two storied Western-style
building built during the Meiji period and
was used as a lodging facility for foreign
sailors while docked. The Nagasaki Port
is visible from the second floor.
●4 minutes’walk from Ouratenshudo-Shita Streetcar Stop
●AM8:00∼PM6:00 (Entrance is until PM5:45)
(open 365 days a year) ●300yen (general)
300yen (Junior High・High School student)
200yen (Elementary School student )
●TEL. 095-823-2628
CHECK!!
Heart Stone
「Makes your
dreams come true!」
This is a three story building built in the 37th year
of the Meiji Period (1904). This is the largest
Western style building and is an important
cultural asset. The first floor, which was originally
used as a bank, is now a multipurpose hall rented
for exhibitions and concerts. On the 2nd and 3rd
floors the history of Nagasaki is introduced.
Illuminated
(Closed: Dec.29∼Jan. 3)
●TEL. 095-827-2422
This Western style wooden residence was built in mid
Meiji Era and is currently used as an art museum
named 「Minami Yamate No.9 Hall」. Monochrome
paintings based on the Japanese background of Suka
Gogodo and natural beauty can be viewed here.
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(in case of a group with more than 15 visitors, 80yen (general)
30yen (Elementary・Junior High・High School student) ●TEL. 095-827-4331
●3 minutes’walk from Ouratenshudo-Shita Streetcar Stop
●AM9:00∼PM5:00 (Entrance is until PM 4:40)
(Closed from Dec.29∼Jan. 3) ●100yen (general)
11 Nagasaki City Suka Gogodo Art Museum
Illuminated
●2 minutes’walk from Ouratenshudo-Shita Streetcar Stop
●AM9:00∼PM5:00 (Closed from Dec.29∼Jan.3)
●100yen (general) 50yen (Elementary・Junior High・High School student)
●8 minutes’walk from Shimin Byoin-Mae
Streetcar Stop. ●AM9:00∼PM5:00
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Illuminated
●5 minutes’walk from Ouratenshudo-Shita Streetcar Stop
●AM8:00∼PM6:00 (Entrance is allowed until 20 minutes before closing time)
(AM8:00∼PM9:30 End of April∼Beginning of May, End of July∼Beginning of October)
(open 365 days a year) ●600yen (general) 300yen (High School student)
180yen(Junior High・Elementary School student ) ●TEL. 095-822-8223
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There is a heart shaped stone
lying among the stone path in
the garden complex. It is said
that one who finds it will gain
happiness and his/her wishes
would come true.
Opera singer
「Kiwa Teiko」 Gallery
Kiwa Teiko is an opera artist
who introduced Japan to the
rest of the world by performing
「Madam Butterfly (Chocho
Fujin)」. Relics of this great
artist who is also known as
‘Prima Donna’are displayed.
The unexpected relationship
between Glover and beer
Glover was born in Scotland and landed in Japan
from Shanghai in the 6th year of the Ansei Period
(1859), upon Japan’
s opening to the world. He
was involved in various trade activities and drove the first
steam engine vehicle in Japan along the Oura beach. He also
administered the Takashima Coal Mine together with the
Nabeshima Clan. The dominating former Glover House
in
Nagasaki Port was his residence during his stay at Nagasaki. At
present the former Glover House stands as Japan’
s oldest
Western style wooden house.
So, How does the relationship between Glover and Beer
connect to this story?
Glover migrated to Tokyo in the 16th year of the Meiji Period
and started to produce and sell beer by building‘Japan Brewery
Company’
. This is the beginning of systematic national
production of Beer in Japan and was the predecessor of present
Kirin Beer Co. Ltd.
The Kirin illustrated on modern Kirin Beer label is a Chinese
dormant, an imaginary beast. Some argue that the mustache
of
Kirin comes from Glover’
s trademark mustache. In the 32nd
year of the Meiji Period he opened restaurants in Ishibashi and
Yokohama stations and earned a great popularity by selling Kirin
beer.
Glover lived an eventful and glorious life and now rests
peacefully at Sakamoto International Cemetery.
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This area is full of temples rich in
traditional taste and commemorates
present relics of former site of
Kameyama Shachu tracked by
Sakamoto Ryoma.
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This 2.7 km road gasps history from Shindaiku
near Suwa Shrine which becomes alive during
Nagasaki Kunchi Festival to Glover Garden. One could enjoy walking around and watching
the scattered spots related to Ryoma on the
side of Nagasaki Ryoma Road.
Illuminated
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Was opened in the 6th year of the Genwa Period
(1620) as the oldest temple in Nagasaki. The
main hall called as Daiyu Heirloom is a
designated important cultural asset.
●6 minutes’walk from Kokaido-Mae Streetcar Stop
●AM8:00∼PM5:00 (open 365 days a year)
●300yen (general) 200yen (High・Junior High School student)
100yen (Elementary School student ) ●TEL. 095-822-1076
Illuminated
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2 Sofuku-ji Temple
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5 Siebold Memorial Museum
Siebold came to Japan
as a doctor affiliated to a
Dutch Trading House. He
made surveys on Japan
and presented them in
Europe. He contributed
greatly towards modern
medicine by opening
Narutaki Juku which
fostered Ranpoi (a person who studied Western
medicine by means of the Dutch language).
●5 minutes’walk from Kokaido-Mae Streetcar Stop
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Nagasaki Prefectural
Police Headquarters
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Sakurababa-Nichome
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Nagasaki Bus Nagasaki Bus
Terminal Hotel
Terminal
Nagasaki H
Washington Hotel
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Shinchi
Chinatwon
Shinchi
Machi
WC
P
Kuroganebashi
Nishihamano-Machi
Nikko Cordial
Corporation
No.1, No.5 Boarding spot
P
Victroia Inn
Nagasaki
Shinchi Park
Location of the former Shinchi warehouses
Dormy Inn
Nagasaki
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?
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Mitsubishi UFJ
Shintaku Bank
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Harusame
Dori
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Kank
o-Dor
Kago-Machi
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i Arca
Hamano-Machi
Funadaiku-Machi
?
Motoshikkui-Machi
Umegasaki Shrine
Mikaeri Yanagi
Fukusaya Omoikiribashi
NishikoshimaMaruyama Park
Icchome
Yoriai-Machi WC
?
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Richmond Hotel
Shianbashi
Monument
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P
? ?
18 Bank
P
Shisekiryotei Kagetsu
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Shokaku-ji temple
Nakagawa-Nichome
Siebold Memorial Museum
Shianbashi-Dori
Nagasaki Bank
Shokakuji-Shita
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2
Kojiya-Machi
Joan-ji Temple
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Eimei-ji
Temple
Kofuku-ji Temple
Department Store
Shindaiku-Machi
Yahata-Machi
Site of Former Nagasaki Holy Shrine
Jinso-ji Temple
Zenrin-ji
Temple
Site of the former residence
of pioneer photographer Ueno Hikoma
Irabayashi 1 Chome
Momiji-bashi
Sanpo-ji Temple
Kogen-ji Temple
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Statue of Sakamoto Ryoma
Kazagashira Park
Sofuku-ji Temple
Kazagashira-Machi
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Site of
Kameyama
Yakikama
Kameyama Shachu
Museum Exhibition Hall
Monument
Wakamiyainari Shrine
Nagasaki Museum of Kites
(Kogawa Kite branch)
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Siebold’
s aspiration towards
his wife and daughter
Siebold was charged with spying and was
deported from Japan. He went back to Holland
and worked hard to open trade of Japan to the
outside world with the help of the king. The
aspiration for his motivation might have been
the feeling of leaving his wife Taki and daughter
Ine in Japan. He succeeded in re-entering to
Japan but died after four years upon his return
to his country.
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Police
Bakumatsu
Monument
WC
Grave of Ueno Hikoma
Yataro・Yataro Minamikan
City Corner
? Information
Center
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WC
Pick
up
To Siebold
Memorial
Museum
Bakumatsu Monument
“Old Time Photography”
Statue of Ryoma’
s Boots
Nagasaki kameyama Shachu
Memorial Museum
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Source of the former Kurata water conduit
Ryoma-Dori
Tera-Machi
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Siebold-Dori
Shin Nagasaki
Kaido
Tamaya
Amida-bashi
Nagasaki Ryoma Road
Kusumoto Ine (female doctor)
Kondo Chojiro (Kameyama Shachu)
Grave of Matsuda Masanori (founder of tin can)
Kiyomizudera Temple
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Furumachi-bashi
B
bashi
Isenomiya
Christian
Yuai kan Social Center Korai-bashi
Kindergarten
Chuo Kindergarten
Chosho-ji
Temple
Daiko-ji Temple
Takahira-Machi
Shinwa Bank
Site of the former home
of artist Kinoshita Itsuon
Ryoma-Dori
Grave site of Saigo Shiro
D
ma-
hiya
Nis
Zeniya-bashi
Jiko Kindergarten
Takashimashuhan old residence
Nrutaki-Icchome
Shimonishiyama
Machi ori
?
Irabayashi 3 Chome
Yasaka shrine
Ground
Kodaiji
Kindergarten
Kajiya-Machi
P
Oide
Machi
Motsunomori Shrine
WC
Civic Active Center
Lantana
Amikasa-bashi
Ichiran-bashi
?
Alcoa-Dori
?
Sofukuji-Dori Daion-ji Temple
Birthplace of journalist and
playwright Fukuchi Genichiro
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Kodaiji Temple
Hosshin-ji Temple
Aburaya-Machi
H
Daionji
Kindergarten
Kisho Japanese style Restaurant
Site of the former residence
of pioneer tea merchant Oura Kei
The Hamilton Nagasaki
?
Umezono Migawari Tenmangu
?
Kaminishiyama
Machi
out
Koei-ji
Temple
Uoichi-bashi Higashishin
bashi
Higashishin-bashi
Takahara
Central Hosptial
Ichiriki
Japanese style Restaurant
Heifuri Slope
Hamakatsu
Shippoku
P
WC
Higashifurukawa
Machi
?
P
WC
WC
Suwa-Machi
?
Rokasu-Machi
Kokaido-Mae No.4, No.5 Boarding spot
Nagasaki Rehabilitation
Hospital
Suwa
Elementary School
P
Site of Japan’
s first Cannery
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Uonomachi Park
?
Ginya-Machi
P Yorozuya-Machi
Shianbashi Car Park
Maruyama-Machi
Nakano Chaya
?
Bank of Japan
Suwa Kindergarten
Suwa Shrine
Imahakata
Dekidaiku-Machi
Shindaiku-Machi
Machi
Suwajinja-Mae
?
Uono-Machi
Miyanoshita
Okeya Furu
Machi
Park
?
?
Momotani
Nagasaki Civic Hall Machi
4 Nakashimagawa
Oide-bashi
Park
Monument Honoring Kondo Chojirou
Nagasaki Ginya-Machi
Church
Meganebashi
18 Bank
Site related to Sun Wen
Mukai Kyorai Poetry Monument
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Shinwa Bank
Shianbashi
Daitoku-ji Park
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Yosso
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Ueno Hikoma, Sakamoto Ryoma Monument
Furukawa-Machi
Hayama
Department Store
P
?
Fukurobashi
Tokiwabashi
Mitsubishi Tokyo
UFJ Bank
Kanko-Dori
P
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Site of former English Traning Center
P
Site of former
St.Augustine Church
Hamanomachi
Arcade
Site of the former Doza
P
?
No.1, No.5 Boarding spot
Nigiwaibashi
Mizuho Bank
WC
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Bakumatsu Monument
“Kaientai flag and Yugaomaru”
Nishihamano-Machi
Nagasaki Prefectural Library
Site of Yama no Saint Maria Church
Katsuyama-Machi R
Sakae-Machi
P
Municipal Suwa Gymnasium
Nagasaki Museum of History and Culture
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Tateyama air raid shelter
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7
?
P
P
WC
Doza-Machi
Hotel JAL City Nagasaki
Sakuragaoka
Kindergarten
Hotarujaya
Site of the former Nagasaki
Trade Assembly Headquarters
Shiyakusho-Dori
Manzai-Machi
Tsukimachi-Dori
Tsuki-Machi
Shinnakagawa
The remains of Siebold's house
P
WC
Starting point of
the Nagasaki-Tokyo mail route Remains
Tsuki-Machi
Daionji
Kindergarten
Sakurababa Junior high school
Sakura-Machi
P
WC
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Nagasaki City Hall
Site of formerTotsuji Harbor Office
Nagasaki
WC
Santo Domingo
Core
Communicate
Fire
Brigade
P
? Church Museum
Nagasaki City Central Fire
Nagasaki
Nagasaki City Hall Site of Former residence
Department
Bakumatsu Monument
Site of the former home of Dutch interpreter yoshio Kogyu
of Suetsugu Heizou
Prefectural Office
“Modern Letterpress Press Annex
WC
and Motogi Shouzou”
Nagasaki Family Court
Sakura-Machi
Legal Affairs Bureau
Former site of Narabayashi Chinzan
Jesuits the feudal fiefdom
Elementary School
Origin of Former
Site of former
Site of former Shiju Yoshimura Usai
Headquarters
Frois-Dori
Nagasaki City
Site of the Kozone Residence Site of the Former Shinmachi
hokaura-Machi
San Francisco Church
?
Naval
Training
Center
Former Stone Depository
Water and Sewarage
Nagasaki District
Misericordia Head Office
Typographic Training Institute
Site of the Former
Medical Training Center
Site of Santo Domingo
(Ishikura)
Commission
Public Prosecutors’
West Magistrate Office
Church Museum
Office
Nagasaki Prefectural
Dejima Tree
Bakumatsu Monument Chuo Park
Labor
Welfare
Bureau
(Dejimanoki)
Miniature Dejima
Site of the residence
“Ms Oryo and Gekkin”
Nagasaki Girls Commercial
Sakuramachi-Dori
of Motoki Shozo
WC
?
High School
Meruka Tsuki-Machi
?
Nagasakishi WC
Former Dejima Protestant Seminary
Kokaido
WC
Nagasaki Police Station
Edomachi-Dori
Dejima Entrance (East Side)
The Former Dejima
?
Red Cross
Yorozubashi
Protestant Seminary
Kokaido-Mae
?
Shinwa bank
Center
Chokyubashi
Park
Kokaido-Mae
Tour Bus
WC
Eighteenth Bank
Platform
Nigiwaibashi
Site of the former
NTT Nagasaki
?
No.3 Boarding spot
?
Nakashima
Main Branch
Umeya
Nagasaki Branch
Kokaidomae-Dori
WC Chuobashi
gawa
of Tosa Shokai
Site of the Former Hyomotsuyakusho
Shop Site
?
Edomachi
Park
WC
Captian’
s Dejima
Room
(Edo Period Government Export Office)
200yen (High・Junior High School student) 100yen (Elementary
School student ) ●TEL. 095-823-2645
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Site of FormerTateyama Government Office
Birth place of Mukai Kyorai
Nagasaki City Library
P
Gosoku no Kutsu Memorial
Dejima-Machi
Irabayashi
Icchome
4 Megane-Bashi (Spectacles Bridge)
Kozen-Machi
Kenchozaka-Dori
Former anchoring place
for Portugese vessels
●8 minutes’walk from Shin Nakagawa-Machi Streetcar Stop
●AM8:00∼PM5:00(Entrance is until PM4:30) (Dec.29∼Jan. 3
and temporary closing days) ●100yen (general) 50yen (Junior
市立伊良林
High小学校
・Elementary School student )●TEL. 095-823-0707
This is Japan’
s oldest arch shaped stone bridge.
Built under the instructions of Mokusu Nyojo, the
chief priest of Kofuku-ji Temple, in the 11th year
of the Kanei Period (1634). This is designated as
an important cultural asset.
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Nigiwai-Machi
●3 minutes’walk from Shokakuji-Shita Streetcar Stop
●AM8:00∼PM5:00 (open 365 days a year) ●300yen (general)
3 Kofuku-ji Temple
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Comfort Hotel
Nagasaki
Edo-Machi
Was built in the 6th year of the Kanei (1629). This is
the store house of national treasures. The red gate
in the shape of an Opulent flower at the entrance is
called the ‘Ryugumon’
. The annual Chinese Bon
Festival takes place in a lively fashion by overseas
Chinese people in July on the Chinese calendar.
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First Officer’
s
Quarters
H
To Ohato ↑
銕橋
●2 minutes’walk from Suwa Jinja Streetcar Stop
2
Dejima Entrance
(West Side)
Suimon (Water Gate)
→
1 Nagasaki Ryoma Road
Zone
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Energetic
and Historic Area
● Central
H Hotel
WC
Toilet for
wheelchair
users
E
P Car Park for
handicapped
Toilet for
ostomates
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8 Tateyama
air raid shelter
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9 Museum for former site
of Santo Domingo Church
During the Pacific War, the prefectural
governor and other officers gathered here
and directed security and education during
air raids. Testimonies of personalities,
comment panels and other found documents
are displayed here.
Unearthed articles between
the Nanban Period and
Daikan Yashiki Period are
displayed here. Valuable
documents related with
Nagasaki City’
s history
between 17th and 19th
centuries can also be
viewed.
●9 minutes’walk from Sakura-Machi Streetcar Stop
●AM9:30∼PM7:00 (closed on every 3rd Tuesday of
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Nagasaki Museum of
7 History and Culture A-6
the month, Wednesday if Tuesday is a holiday and
temporary closing for inspection)
●TEL. 095-844-3913 (Division of Inheritance of Atomic
Bomb Victims, Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum )
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These three shrines were reconstructed at
Matsunomori which were burnt down by
Christians during the age of provincial wars. They
were eventually relocated to the present site on a
high hill which overlooks the city area. People in
Nagasaki are close to this place and it is referred
to as the‘Osuwa San’
. One of the three biggest
Kunchi festivals, ‘Nagasaki Kunchi Festival’ is
held in every autumn.
●4minutes’walk from Suwa Jinja-Mae Streetcar Stop
●TEL. 095-824-0445
●15 minutes’walk from Shindaiku Streetcar Stop
●AM9:00∼PM7:00(Entrance is until PM4:45) (open 365 days a year)
●300yen (general) 200yen (High School Student)
150yen (Junior High・Elementary School student)(in case of a group with more than
15 visitors, 240yen (general) 160yen (High School student)
120yen (Junior High・Elementary School student) ●TEL. 095-823-3400
13 Statue of Sakamoto Ryoma
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The statue was built in first year of the Heisei Period (1989) with
the help of volunteers and funds collected from all over Japan.
From the Kazagashira Park near the former site of Kameyama Shachu,
the far horizon lies upon the Nagasaki Port below one’
s eyes.
●10 minutes’walk from Kazagashirayama Bus Stop
Tenmangu
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Great personalities through history
Fukuzawa Yukichi
He came to Nagasaki at the age of 19 to
learn Western studies. Then he changed his
major from Western studies to English and
visited the Western world as a delegate of
the Shogunate. He is the founding father of
Keio University.
Okuma Shigenobu
From historic times, this place is known
as,‘Migawari Tenjin’as it is said to be
helping people to heal their body and
heart sufferings. In spring one can see
lots of Plum flowers.
●8 minutes’walk from Shianbashi Streetcar
Stop or Shokakuji-Shita Streetcar Stop
He was born in the Saga Domain and he
studied International Business Law and
Political Science in his twenties from
Dutch educator Verbeck. He went on to
become the prime minister in Japan and
also held the post of chancellor at Waseda
University.
Katsu Kaishu
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A Spot of Interest
This place is included in the
singings of‘Nagasaki Burabura
Bushi’and the garden is one of
the few remaining examples that
were built during the mid Edo
Period. Nagasaki City has
designated this as a historic site.
Inside, there is an exhibition hall
dedicated to‘Shimizu Kon’
.
(closed on every 3rd Tuesday of the month)
●[Exhibition] 500yen (general)
50yen (High・Junior High・Elementary School student )
●TEL. 095-818-8366
Inside the building documents related with Nagasaki City’
s appearance
in the end of Edo period and personalities deeply related to Kameyama
Shachu, are displayed. This place introduces the role of Kameyama
Shachu and Nagasaki towards the development of modern Japan.
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11 Nakano Chaya
●5 minutes’walk from Sakura-Machi Streetcar Stop
●AM8:30∼PM7:00 (Subject to change according to season)
Former site of Kameyama Shachu
●8 minutes’walk from Sakura-Machi Streetcar Stop
●AM9:00∼PM7:00 (Closed: Dec.29∼Jan.3)
●TEL. 095-829-1193 (Nagasaki City Cultural Division)
TEL. 095-829-4340 (Museum)
This museum was opened in Suwa forest. Rich
with valuable historic documents relating to
foreign cultural exchange, old scripts, artistic
crafts etc. A part of the Nagasaki Magistrate’
s
Tateyama government office is recreated here.
12 Nagasaki Kameyama Shachu Memorial Museum ・
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10 Umezono Migawari
Former
Shianbashi
Monument
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●8 minutes’walk from Shianbashi Streetcar Stop
●AM9:00∼PM5:00 (Until PM7:00 between 20th July and 9th October)
(Closed: Dec.29∼Jan.3)
●[Shimizu Kon Exhibition Hall]: 100yen (general)
50yen (Junior High・Elementary School student)
●TEL. 095-827-6890 (Nakano Chaya) TEL. 095-829-1193 (Cultural Division)
The name of amusement Area
「Shianbashi」 originates from
the name of a bridge. There is
a bridge at the entrance of
Flower Town (Maruyama) and
it is said that this is the place
where he was considering
whether to go to the Flower
Town or not.
He learnt Western studies and Western
Naval studies at the Naval Academy in
Nagasaki. He became the Captain of
warship Kanrin Maru in the year 1860 and
succeeded as the first Japanese to cross
the Pacific Ocean. He was the founder of
Bakufu Naval Force.
Ito Hirofumi
He studied the Western style combat
training under Yoshida Shoin at Nagasaki.
He held a consultant post under the new
Meiji government and eventually became
the first Prime Minister of Japan.
いすゞ自動車九州
Photographs are referenced
日産サニー長崎(株)
長崎東
from the Home Page of National Diet Library.
ホンダクリオ長崎
東長崎
Outskirts
Sightseeing Spots
Why don’t you stretch
your legs a little bit?
Nagasaki Penguin Aquarium
The aquarium is divided into two sections and 152 birds,
belonging to 8 different breeds from the 18 breeds in the world
lively play around in the facility. Feeding and Touching can be
experienced on Saturdays, Sundays and during national
holidays.
The Natural Experience Zone lies through the nature of rivers,
lakes and trees, and is rich with fish and different kinds of
insects. One can experience Sea Kayaking at the natural
beach jetty and the artificial sea shore「Kaihin Area」.
To Isahaya↑
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Higashi Nagasaki
Swimming School
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Marukyo Higashi
Nagasaki shop
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Kiridoshi
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Himi Park
Abamichi
Abamichi
Route 34
Abamichi
Ellena
Nagasaki Institute
of Applied Science
Himi Koen-Mae
Syuku-Machi
Penguin Suizokukan-Mae
Aquarium
Car Park
Ground of
Nagasaki Institute of
Applied Science
Penguin
Tachibana Bay
Aquarium
●Take the bus en route to‘Aba’or‘Kasuga Shako-Mae’from the East Gate of Nagasaki Station
天神籠
and get off at‘Penguin Suizokukan-Mae’bus stop. 公園
The bus will leave from South Gate of the station on Saturdays, Sundays and National Holidays.
●AM9:00∼PM5:00 ●500yen (general) 300yen(3 years old∼Junior High School student)
●TEL. 095-838-3131
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2 Inasa International
Cemetery
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Mizunoura Tunnel
The view of Nagasaki from a
height of 333 meters is said to
be worth of 10 Million dollars.
As the houses line up along the
side of the mountains, there is a
feeling that the glimmer floats
upon the sky. During the day of
nice weather one can see as far
as Unzen.
3 The Mitsubishi Archives
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Ropeway
Inasayama Park
During the spring,
various flowers such
as Cherry Blossom
and Azaleas bloom
along the park.
●5 minutes ride by Nagasaki Ropeway from Ropeway-Mae bus stop. Please get off at Inasadake Station.
Or 20 minutes ride by car from Nagasaki Station to Chufuku car park.
●AM9:00∼PM10:00 (open 365 days a year) (Will be temporarily closed during bad weather or inspection)
●Return ticket on Ropeway: 1200yen (general) 900yen (Junior High School student) 600yen (child)
●TEL. 095-861-6321 (Nagasaki Ropeway)
International Cemetery
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Mitsubishi Electric
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At this cemetery people who were greatly involved
in foreign exchange and a number of foreign
personalities rest peacefully. One can learn of
these people from the many epigraph monuments,
including physician Nagai
Takashi along with Glover
and his wife (New
Sakamoto International
Cemetery), who are
remembered in the past
history, the living style
of ancestors and the
then morals of people.
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of the 26 Saints of Japan
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This was built to commemorate
the execution of 6 foreign
missionaries and 20 Japanese
believers upon the persecution
of Christians in Japan by
Toyotomi Hideyoshi. In the
37th year of the Showa
Period, or in year 1962, 26
standing Bronze statues were sculptured here and it is
still considered as an international site of martyrdom, with
many foreign travelers visiting. The adjoining museum
displays articles regarding Christian oppression.
Illuminated
●4 minutes’walk from Nagasaki Eki-Mae Streetcar Stop
●[Site of the Martyrdom of the 26 Saints of Japan]:
AM9:00∼PM5:00(Closed: Dec.31∼Jan.2)
●[Site of the Martyrdom of the 26 Saints of Japan]:
500yen (general) 300yen(High・Junior High School student)
150yen (Elementary School student) ●TEL. 095-822-6000
6 Shofuku-ji Temple
This is one of the four Fuku-ji Zen
Temples in Nagasaki and Obaku
Shu priest lived here. One can find
various places of interest inside
such as Monumnet of Jagataraoharu,
wall with enclaved tiles from Matsu-ji
Temple, Daiyu Heirloom’
s roof etc…
MAP
D-2
●4 minutes’walk from Sakura-Machi Streetcar Stop
H Nagasaki Blue Sky Hotel
H Nagasaki Sky Hotel
H Mt.Inasa Kankoh Hotel
2
Inasa
Police
Station
Inasa
Elementary
School
Benten-Machi
Inasa-bashi
Hikari-Machi
?
P
WC
P
Amu Plaza
? Hotel New Nagasaki H
H
? Yachiyo-Machi
?
Morimachi
Heart Center
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Premium Hotel Nagasaki
Best Western H
Takara-Machi
Takara-Machi
?
Site of former Zenza
Tenjin-Machi
Goto-Machi
WC
WC
P
Shin Urakami Kaido Cocowalk
(Urakami Ekimae-Dori)
Zenza-Machi
Route 206
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Zenza-Machi
?
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Museum of
P
Okeya-Machi
History and Culture
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Ste
Prefectural Library
ep
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hill
Shiyakusho-Dori
Nagasaki
co
Rokasu-Machi
Furu
Nagasaki
Park ntinue
Uma-Machi
Machi Police Station
s
Kaminishiyama-Machi
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WC Suwa Shrine
?
Dekidaiku
Machi
Suwajinja-Mae
Yahata-Machi
Matsumori Shrine
Nagasaki Ryoma Road
Civic Hall
P
P
WC
Nagasaki Prefectural
General Welfare Center
P Nagasaki Prefectural
Medical Association
To Isahaya→
Urakami Eki-Mae
Mori-Machi
To Akasako→
Mezame-Machi H
Midori-Machi
4
WC
New Urakami Hotel
Sanno-Dori
Sakamoto International Cemetry
Monument of
Urakami Kaido
C
Sanno Shrine
Sanno Shrine (One legged Arch)
Sakamoto
Machi
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6
WC
?
5
Goto-Machi
WC
Site of the former residence
of Goto Shojiro
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NCC Nagasaki Shimbun
Nagasaki
Culture Hall
Shimbun Co.Ltd JR Urakami Station
Zenza
Elementary School
Yachiyo-Machi Ofunagura
Park
P Nagasaki Eki-Mae NHK
Machi
WC
Daikoku-Machi
Kenei Bus
Site of the Martyrdom
Terminal
Nishizaka
P?
of the 26 Saints of Japan
P ? Central Post Office
Elementary School
Site of the former
Naka
Chikugo-Machi
H
Steep hill continues
Kanaya
residence of
Kozen
Site of the former of
Nagasaki I.K. Tobacco Industry Machi
Machi
Machi
Nishizaka-Machi
San Lazaro Hospital & Katsu Kaishu
Sak
San Joan Church
Fire Brigade Hotel
Dori uramach
?
Nakamashi
Church
?
i Nagasaki City Central
Honren-ji temple
Site of the former Uwa-Machi Fukusai-ji Temple
Hamahira-Machi
Nagasaki Girls Fire Department Ebisu
residence
Machi
Monumnet of
Nagasaki Nisshokan H
Commercial
of Saitoh ?
Jagataraoharu
Sakura-Machi
High School
Mokichi
H
H
Site of the former Nagasaki residence
WC
Koyotei
Core City Office P P
of the Omura Clan Hotel Nagasaki
Former Koyotei
Uono Nagasaki
Baishokaku
Communicate
Sakuramachi
Tosenseki
Nagasaki Prefectural
Nagasaki Higashi Junior High School
Machi
Shofuku-ji Tamazono
Park
Labor Welfare Bureau
Katsuyama
?
Nagasaki Higashi High School
Temple
Machi
Saitoh Mokichi Short
WC
Machi
Tateyama
Kokaido Verse Monument
Nagasaki
Kokaido-Mae
Ohato-Dori
WC Nishizaka
Takenokubo
Machi
Junior High School
Mori-Machi
Saiwai-Machi
Inasabashi Saiwaimachi Plant
Dori
Anoue-Machi
Kyushu Tourism
Information Center
JR Nagasaki Station
WC
Fuchi Jinja Station
Nagasaki Genbaku Hospital
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Yanagawa Park
General Gymnasium
Yanagawa-bashi
Urakamigawa
Mitsubishi Ball Park
Chubu Sewage Treatment Works Brick Hall
WC NCC & Studio
Inasa-bashi
JR Kyushu Hotel Nagasaki
P
Fuchi Shrine
Nagasaki Pharmaceutical Association
Yanagawa-MachiFuchi
Inasa Chuo-Dori
Inasa Jido Park Ropeway-Mae
Inasa Koen-Dori
?
Asahimachi-Dori
Asahi-ohashi
Nagasaki Seihi
Agricultural Cooperative
Fuchi-Machi
Akebono-Machi
Gosin-ji Temple
Momijidani Funeral Hall
Inasa-Machi
Inasa-Gosinji International Cemetry
Nagasaki Port
Motofune
Machi
Ropeway
Asahi Elementary School
MAP
A-1
H
Inasayama
Mountain Road
Maruo Junior High School
Asahi-Machi
●1 minute walk from Aku no Ura Bus Stop.
●AM9:00∼PM4:30(Entrance is until PM4:00) (Closed during Saturdays, Sundays,
National Holidays and holidays of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Nagasaki Shipbuilding
and Engineering Company Ltd)
●TEL. 095-828-4134 (Reservation is required prior to the visit)
MAP
Luke Plaza Hotel
Hiradokoya-Machi
Enoura-Machi
Otori-Machi
Maruo-Machi
A factory which builds wooden mockups
was built in the 31st year of the Meiji
Period (1898), and now is used to store the
archives. The history of Nagasaki Ship
Building Company since the 4th year of the
Ansei Period (1857) can be discovered
from the various deposited archives.
Reservation is required prior to the visit.
5 Site of the Martyrdom
Hotel Seifu
H
The Mitsubishi Archives
A
Inasayama Mountain Road
Inasayama-chufuku
T
Illuminated
P Inasayama-chufuku Car Park
Inasadake Station
←To Fukuda
●1 minute walk from Goshinji-Mae Bus Stop
1 Inasayama Observatory
6
Mt.Inasa Observatory
Garden Terrace Nagasaki
H
3
5
Mt.Inasa Park
1
This international cemetery holds
the longest history in Nagasaki.
Many ancestors rest here who
lived in Nagasaki or died during a
voyage.
●6 minutes’walk
from Mori-Machi Streetcar Stop
Entrance is free of charge
4
T
In the observatory area you can enjoy the so-called,‘10 Million Dollars’worth night
view of Nagasaki from Mt. Inasa and look down the city area from Inasa
International Cemetery.
N
Observatory Area
4 Sakamoto
3
around the station
T
● Zone
Please feel free to ask help
for directions from the
sightseeing map at the City
Corner Information Center.
WC
?
7 Honren-ji Temple
MAP
C-3
Before being established as a temple, they were St.
Juan Bautista Church and the San Lazaro Hospital
which relate to one of the 26 martyr, St. Pedro Bautista.
At present it is the Temple of‘Nichiren Sect’
and the
Nanban Well where many Christian believers were
thrown and drowned during the persecution of
Christians in Japan remains (permission is required
from the temple for visiting the well).
●4 minutes’walk from Nagasaki Eki-Mae Streetcar Stop
●TEL. 095-822-1652
Tateyama Park
Nagasaki Junior High School
? City Corner Information Center
WC
Toilet for wheelchair users
D
P Car Park for handicapped
Police
Monument
Toilet for ostomates
H Hotel
A Spot of Interest
Fukusai-ji Temple
MAP
C-2
An 18 meter tall Kannon Statue was
built to commemorate the war victims in
Showa Year 54 or year 1979. There is a
monument of Iron helmet which calms
one’
s soul built by material used in the
warship Mutsu.
●4 minutes’walk from Sakura-Machi Streetcar Stop
●AM7:00∼PM4:00
●200yen (general) 100yen(High・Junior High・Elementary School student)
●TEL. 095-823-2663
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● Urakami
Zone
Love and Peace Area
1 Peace Park
●2 min. walk from the Matsuyama-machi Streetcar Stop
MAP
C-3
●5 min. walk from the Hamaguchi-machi Streetcar Stop
●8:30∼17:30; between May and Aug. 8:30∼18:30; Aug. 7 ‒ 9 8:30∼20:00. Last entry 30 min. before closing.
Closed Dec. 29 ‒ 31 ●Fee ¥200, Jr. High and El. School ¥100 ●TEL. 095-844-1231
MAP
D-1
●5 min. walk from the Daigaku Byoin-mae Streetcar Stop.
●TEL. 095-844-1415
Art Museum
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Take a look at Nagasaki
through the eyes of the
artist Noguchi Yataro, a
Japanese pioneer of modern
Western-style painting.
●5 min. walk from the Hamaguchi-machi Streetcar Stop
●9:00~17:00 (entry until 16:30; closed on Mon.
unless it is a holiday; closed Dec. 29 ‒ Jan. 3).
Entry Fee ¥100, Jr. High and El. School ¥50,
(group discount for over 15 persons:
¥80 and ¥30 respectively). ●TEL. 095-843-8209
7 Nagasaki Science Museum
“First Nagasaki, then Planet Earth, finally ‒ the Universe”. Get closer to the mysteries of space
thanks to the planetarium and the stargazing club.
●10 min. walk from the Ohashi Streetcar Stop. ●Exhibition: ¥400, 3-15 yr old ¥200 Planetarium/panoramic whole-sky
movie: ¥500, 3-15 yr old ¥250 ●TEL. 095-842-0505
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U ra k a
Tennis
Court
a-Dori
m ig a w
P
a
Nagasaki
Seiyokan
●2 min. walk from the Matsuyama-machi
Matsuyama-Machi
8 Urakami Church
Nagasaki City Hotel
Annex 3
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Nagasaki Kita Post Office
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Illuminated
MAP
D-4
After enduring a long
period of oppression,
Christians
built
this
church over the course of
30 years, starting in 1895.
Once renowned for being
the largest Roman-style
church in the East, it was
utterly destroyed by the
nuclear blast.
It was reconstructed to its present shape in 1959 and
the brick construction was renovated in 1980, a year
before the Pope’
s visit.
A path leads up to the church, charred angel statues
standing beside it. The Angelus bell, of which only a
broken half remains, still resounds in a beautiful tone.
●8 min. walk from the Matsuyama-machi Streetcar Stop
●9:00∼17:00, closed on Mon. (if Mon. is a holiday closed on Tue.)
●TEL. 095-844-1777
Shimoohashi
P
Municipal Athletic Sports
Stadium
P
←To Nagasaki Station
Saint Paul-Dori
Hamaguchii-Machi
?
Hiranomachi
Park
2
WC
4
6
JR Nagasaki Line
WC
Hypocenter of
the Atomic Bomb Explosion
Shimo
nokaw
a
3
Matsuyama-bashi
Route 206
Ohashi Bust Stop
Nagasaki Silver Human
Resources Center
1
Peace Park
P
Kyudenko Co. Inc.
Peace Statue
WC
kam
Prefectural Central
Child Consultation Center
?
?
18 Bank
Haranota-bashi
a
Grave of St. Beatos
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Yamazato
Elementary School
Anoko
?
Nyokodo
9
?
Shinwa Bank
Urakami Tenshudo-Dori
igaw
● Monument of
Hashiguchi-Machi
?
Nagai Takashi Memorial Museum
Igakubu-Dori
?
Ura
Yamazato Shogakko-Mae
Bus Stop
Yamazato Kindergarten
Heiwa-Machi
To Nagasaki Bypass
To Aguri Hills
→
Site of former Saint Clara Church
Oka-Machi
Underground
Car Park
WC
Gas
Station
Ohashi-Machi
Ohashi
?
?
Nagasaki
University Hospital
Sanno Shrine (One legged Arch)
Ohhashi
Noguchi Yataro Art Museum
Tennis court
5
B
?
WC
Pond of Peace
?
Museum of History
and Folklore
Peace Museum
WC
Kenei Baseball Stadium Car Park
Big N
Municipal Rugby-Soccer
Stadium
Matsuyama-Machi
Shin Urakami Kaido
(Heiwa Koen-Dori)
?
Atomic Bomb Museum
Nagasaki National Peace
Memorial Hall for
the Atomic Bomb Victims
?
Nagasaki Bank
Midoribashi
Park
停
Hamaguchi-Machi
町電
浜口
Daigaku Byoin-Mae
?
A
Joei Park
migaw
WC
●5 min. walk from the Hamaguchi-machi Streetcar Stop
●8:30∼17:30; between May and Aug. 8:30∼18:30; Aug. 7 ‒ 9 8:30∼20:00.
Closed Dec. 29 ‒ 31. ●TEL. 095-814-0055
6 Noguchi Yataro
Uraka
Chinzei Park
Civic Swimming Pool
Opened on July 6th 2003, it serves as a memorial to the
victims of the atomic bomb and as a message to the future
generations.
At night about 70,000 lights are turned on, symbolizing the
number of people who lost their lives until the end of year 1945.
MAP
Kwassui
Gakuin
School
Softball Stadium
the Atomic Bomb Victims
Joei-Machi
? ?
WC
Nakaharabashi
Santos-Dori
Tenshu Park
D
WC
Nagasaki University School of
Medicine
Ground
Sakamoto-Machi
9 Takashi Nagai Memorial Museum (Nyokodo)
Dr. Takashi Nagai, a Roman Catholic, gave this tiny house a name inspired by the
Bible quote “love thy neighbor as thyself”“nyoko”
(
means “as thyself”). He lost
his wife when the atomic bomb fell and he himself succumbed to leukemia, but that
did not stop him from providing aid to other victims. He calls for peace in his many
writings.
The adjacent memorial hall used to be a library he set up with his own money. The
doctor’
s photos and personal items are now on display.
●8 min. walk from the Ohashi Streetcar Stop ●9:00∼17:00, closed Dec. 29 ‒ Jan. 3
●Fee ¥100, Schoolchildren free. Group discount for 15+ persons ¥80.
●TEL. 095-844-3496
Urakami
Cathedral
8
Nakazato-bashi
Angela’
s-Dori
?
Catholic Center
N
The Sanno Shrine, situated 900
m from the center of the blast,
was instantly obliterated by the
explosion and the 4000°
C heat
wave vaporized nearby trees.
The only thing that remained is
the torii arch standing on a
single pillar, reminding us of the
tragedy that took place.
Please feel free to ask help
for directions from the
sightseeing map at the City
Corner Information Center.
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Nagasaki Sports Finder
(Kabutogani Arena)
Nagasaki Kotsu Park
Aburagi-Dori
B-3
MAP
6
Shiroyama-Machi
H Tanpopo Inn
MAP
4 Memorial Hall for
5
Shiroyama
Elementary School
On the 9th of August 1945, at 11:02 A.M.,
a B29 airplane dropped the nuclear bomb.
It exploded 500m above the marker pole.
Streetcar Stop
Learn about the history of nuclear arms development, the
events which led to dropping the bomb and the tragic
situation after the explosion, as well as the road to revival
up to the present day. The museum reminds us about the
great value of peace and the horrors of war, which must
never be forgotten.
(One - Legged Torii Arch)
4
Nagasaki Science Museum
2 Hypocenter Memorial
C-4
Peace Park has been founded with the desire for
world peace in mind. After the atomic bomb was
dropped, it was said that on this spot grass and
trees would not grow for 75 years.
The Peace Statue was sculpted by Seibo Kitamura, a native of the Nagasaki
Prefecture. The raised right hand pointing to the sky symbolizes the nuclear
menace, the flatly outstretched left hand, eternal peace, while the slightly
closed eyes express a prayer asking that the souls of the victims may find rest.
As a whole, the statue conveys a powerful desire for peace.
A poem is carved into a memorial plate in front of the park’
s fountain, written
by a child who suffered from thirst. The fountain, brimming with water, is an
offering to all those who lost their strength before they could drink a single drop.
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3
The Nyokodo, the One - Legged Torii Arch and the Angelus Bell are all
a testament to the destruction that the nuclear bomb caused. This is a
place that reminds us how precious peace is.
MAP
3 Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum
2
Ueno-Machi
MAP
D-6
?
City Corner Information Center
Police
Monument
H Hotel
WC
Toilet for wheelchair users
P Car Park for handicapped
Toilet for ostomates
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● Nomo
Peninsula Zone ● Iojima ・Takashima Zone
An area surrounded with
magnificent nature: clear blue
sea and lush vegetation. It
soothes both mind and body.
Nature and Entertainment Area
2 Yasuragi Iojima
1 Iojima Lighthouse
MAP
A-1
●Iojima Terminal → Iojima Lighthouse Bus Stop (10 min. walk from
the stop). ●9:00∼17:00
●Free entry to the Lighthouse Memorial Hall. Closed Dec. 29 - Jan. 3
●TEL. 095-898-2011 (Lighthouse Memorial Hall)
This white Gothic
church is a symbol of
the island. Originally
built during the Meiji
period, the damage
from lightning storms
and typhoons was
too severe to repair.
Thus the church was
built anew in 1931
and given the name
"Church of Archangel
Michael".
A registered cultural
heritage spot.
MAP
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Illuminated
5 Takashima Beach
6 Coal Museum
MAP
C-1
Takashima used to be a
bustling coal mining
town.
There
are
authentic tools and
mining carts on display
in the museum, as well
as photographs that
serve as a record of the
history of Takashima.
●2 min. walk from Takashima Wharf
●9:00~17:00 (Closed Dec. 29 - Jan. 3) Free entry
●TEL. 095-896-3110
(Takashima Administration Center)
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Iojima Elementary School ●
Iojima Junior High School ●
●
Senjojiki
●
Iojima Administration ?
Center
●
Magome Church
Iojima
Harumidai
Takashima-Machi
▲
Matsuodake
Nunomaki
Youth Exchange
Center
▲
Kayaki Elementary School
●
Teradake
● Kinugasa Baseball
●
Kayaki
Stadium
Nagasaki Health Promotion Center ●
Sanwa
Gunkanjima
(Hashima)
Junior High School
● ●
Tameshi Elementary School
Tsubakigaoka
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Akibayama ▲
Tameshi Fishery Harbor
Takero Beach
Kawara
Takero
●
Graveyard of former Taisho-ji Temple ●
Camphor tree of Sumiyoshi Shrine
Site of former
Glover Villa ●
5●
Camping Area
?
●
Takashima
Swimming Beach
Kawara
Elementary School
Miyazaki ● Kawara
9 ● Beach
Kawara Oike
Kawahara Oike Park Forest
▲
Kumanodake
?
Takashima Administration Center
Meoto Iwa●
6 ?
Nishi Kaigan Park
Takashima
Port
Sports Park●
Gunkanjima (Hashima)
7
Nomozaki
Umi no Kenko mura
10
Koba
▲Ninodake
Nomozaki Gunkanjima
Museum
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Nomozaki Golf Club
●
Takahama Beach
●
Wind farm
MAP
H
Tanoko Ryokan Matsumi
Beach
MAP
From 1890, this island supported the
modernization of Japan by providing coal
from seabed mining. The coal was required
in the smelting of iron. At the peak of its
activity, the island town had 5,000
inhabitants and is said to have reached
the highest population density in the world
at the time. High-rise apartments fill this small island like a forest, a rare sight
anywhere in the world. Its appearance brings to mind a sea fortress. It is called
Gunkanjima (Battleship Island) because its shape resembles the “Tosa” class
warship. When sea conditions permit, tourists are allowed to land on the island.
Sub Tropical Botanical Garden
?
11 H ●
Local Products Trade Center
Takashima
Pick up
?
Gongenyama
Tenbo Park
●
Tsubaki
Park
Nomon’
aji
Plump and juicy mackerel
called nomon’
aji can be
caught nearby Kabashima with
single-hook fishing.
A recommended delicacy.
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Suisennosato Park
●
General Sport Park
?
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C-4
8 Enpukuji Temple
9 Kawahara Oike Park
This legendary temple is said to have
been visited by Kobo Daishi, the
famous monk himself. They say he
performed the Homa incense burning
ritual here. In the place where the
rites took place, a small shoe is now
kept. During the Kobo Daishi Day
(April 21) it is presented to the public.
A place of mystery, linked to the
legend of Princess Ochi. Here you will
find a grove with a Hamanatsume tree
designated as a natural monument,
rare wild birds and freshwater fish.
There is a beach adjacent to the park,
so you can enjoy the charm of both
the sea and the lake.
●10 min. walk from Koyagi Gyosei
Center-mae Bus Stop ●Free entry
●TEL. 095-871-4317
●Next to Kawahara Koen-mae Bus Stop
●TEL. 095-892-1111
A
● Kannnon-ji Temple
MAP
●
Gionyama
the Wild Morning Glory Habitat
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Well of Ounagi (Giant Mottled Eel)
(National treasure)
●
Kabashima Lighthouse Park
TEL. 095-829-1314(Nagasaki City Saruku Tourism Division)
2
City Corner
? Information Center
3
C
10 Nomozaki Gunkanjima
Museum
The exhibition has been updated
for the occasion of opening
Gunkanjima, or Battleship Island,
to tourists. Here you can learn
about the role the island played in
the modernization of Japan and
about everyday lives of people
from that period. When the
weather is fine you can enjoy the
view of Gunkanjima.
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Botanical Garden
A botanic garden commanding the
view of the Tachibana Bay. Located
along Prefectural Road No. 34, the
garden covers a surface of 32,500 m2
and includes 30,000 subtropical plants
belonging to 2,000 different species.
There are also greenhouses here,
including one especially for fruit trees.
11 Suisennosato Park
The average temperature in Nomozaki
is 18̊C, which is well-suited for
cultivating Narcissus. Between
December and January, 10 million
of
them
blossom
in
the
Suisennnosato Park. It is one of the
"100 Fragrant Spots".
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MAP
12 Subtropical
●Next to Anettaishokubutsuen - iriguchi
D
E
Bus Stop (there is a bus in the garden too)
●9:00∼17:00 (last entry 16:30). Closed on
3rd Wed. of the month & Dec. 30 ‒ 31
●El. School & Jr. High ¥300 (free every Sat.),
Adult ¥600 ●TEL.095-894-2050
●Next to the Undokoen-mae Bus Stop.
●TEL. 095-893-1139 (Nomozaki Administration Center)
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B
(Sanwa Administration Center)
●Next to the Undokoen-mae Bus Stop.
●TEL. 095-892-0078(South Nagasaki Chamber of Commerce)
●TEL. 095-829-1152(Nagasaki City Culture & Tourism Division)
Wakimisaki Beach
●
Nomozaki Administration Center
●Adult ¥300, El. School ¥150 (ferry fare not included) Group discount for 15 persons or more:
¥240 and ¥120 respectively. ●TEL. 095-829-1152 (Nagasaki City Culture & Tourism Division)
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MAP
Fukahori-Machi
Kayaki Fishery Harbor
Remains of ●
Hokkei Well Shaft
MAP
Sueishi-Machi
● Fukahori Branch
Harumidai Elementary School
●
Takashima
3
Coal Museum
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Yasuda Sangyo Kisen
→Amakusa (Tomioka)
70 minutes by ferry
Sanwa Administration Center
Okinoshima Fishery Harbor
Sea Water Hot Bath Facility“Iyashinoyu”
●
●15 min. walk from Takashima Wharf ●8:30∼18:00 (from mid Jul. to Aug. 31)
●Free entry ●TEL. 095-896-3110 (Takashima Administration Center)
7 Gunkanjima (Hashima)
?
Iojima Port
Fery Terminal
Observatory
●
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Mogiko Port
Koyagi-Machi
● Koyagi Administration Center
8 ?
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Monument of Kitahara Hakushu
Grave of Shunkan Sozu
MAP
Opened to the public on Sep. 1997, this
beach is man-made, but the seabed is
natural and a beautiful coral reef can be
seen. A plank deck is laid on this pleasant
beach, spreading a pleasant aroma of wood.
●10 min. walk from Iojima Wharf
●13:00∼15:00 (only Sat., Sun. and holidays)
●Free entry ●TEL. 095-898-2054
Enpuku-ji Temple
Yasuragi
Daimyo-ji Temple Iojima
Tobishima
Surf Fishing Park
●17 min. walk from Takashima Wharf ●6:30∼18:00 (Mar. to Nov.) ●7:00∼17:00 (Dec. to Feb.)
●Closed on Tue. from Dec. to Feb. Closed on Jan. 1●Adult ¥500, Child ¥250 ●TEL. 095-896-4900
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Iojima-Machi
MAP
Long-known good fishing spot abounding in
many kinds of fish, such as grunt, red sea
bream, sea chubs and mackerel. Bring your
family for casual fishing fun. It will feel like
you were catching fish in the open-sea.
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Iojima
MAP
C-1
5
Kogakura-Machi
Lighthouse Museum
Yuhigaoka Observatory
●3 min. walk from Iojima Wharf ●Room prices start at ¥6,980 (please call),
includes hot spring admittance. Ferry fare ¥980 for adult.
●TEL. 095-898-2202
4 Tobishima Surf Fishing Park
4
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3 Magome Church
3
Iojima Lighthouse
A-1
A resort island featuring houses with
eye-catching white walls and orange
roofs. There are 3 hotels and a
gathering of cottages, a natural hot
spring, a tennis court and a spa. Enjoy
a relaxing enzyme bath. Also good for
a one-day trip.
It is one of the 8 lighthouses built in
1866 in accordance to the Edo Treaty,
and it is the first hexagonal Western-style
lighthouse in Japan. After the bombing
it was reconstructed to its present
shape and the dome looks the same
as it did over 130 years ago.
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● Sotome・Kinkai
Devotion・Culture Area
MAP
Sotome was the background location to the plot of the
novel "Silence", which is seen a starting point for Endo's
career. The elegant Literary Hall stands in a wonderful
spot overlooking the East China Sea. The sea looks
marvelous from here, once making Endo say: "God set this
land aside for me". His personal items, manuscripts as well
as a huge library are on display in the Hall.
●3 min. walk from Michinoeki (Bungakukan Iriguchi) Bus Stop
●9:00~17:00 (entry until 16:30). Open till 19:00 betw. Jul. 18
and Aug. 31 (entry until 18:30). Closed Dec. 29 - Jan 3
(may also be closed without notice).
●Entry Fee ¥350, Schoolchildren ¥200 ●TEL. 0959-37-6011
5 Shitsu Church
MAP
E-2
A snow-white church
erected in 1882
according to father
de Rotz's plans.
The exterior is
made out of bricks,
the entrance and
the interior out of
wood. There are
three aisles and
the ceiling is painted with frescos. The roof is
low to minimize damage caused by the wind.
The bell was brought by the priest from France
and its beautiful sound can be heard in the
mornings and evenings. The church became
famous when it was featured in the movie“Gege”
based on Masashi Sada's work. A designated
cultural heritage site.
●10 min. walk from the Shizu Bunka Mura Bus Stop
●9:00∼17:00 (all year round)
●Free entry (parking space for 10
●TEL. 0959-25-0012
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A place beloved by the writer Endo Shusaku, here the spirit of
literature and Christian culture permeates the air.
MAP
E-2
1 Shusaku Endo Literature Museum
2
3
Zone
MAP
E-2
2 Rest Stop“Yuhigaoka Sotome”
The first rest stop in the city area, transit
and tourist information is available in the
lounge. Many people come here to see the
beautiful sunset, a grand view of the Sumo
marine area and if the weather is good the
Goto Archipelago. Here you can taste the
local produce, dorosomen and Vaux sur
Aure home-style cooking with regional
ingredients.
●1 min. walk from Michinoeki (Bungakukan Iriguchi)
Bus Stop
E-3
3 Kurosaki Church
In 1897, the foundations were laid down
according to Father de Rotz's design.
Construction followed and in 1920 the church
was completed. The followers built it brick by
brick with their own hands. The modest design
serves to bring out the beauty of the bricks.
Experience the depth when you come inside
and see the rib vault ceiling. The church's
stained glass also leaves a lasting impression.
●1 min. walk from the Kurosaki Kyokai-mae Bus Stop.
●6:00∼18:00 (all year round)
●Free entry ●TEL. 0959-25-0007
6 Sotome Museum of History
and Folklore
The long and rich history of Sotome, with its
beginnings in the Paleolithic era, is introduced
through numerous and precious exhibition items.
There is earthenware and household items from
the Jomon and Kofun periods, as well as items
related to coal mining on Ikeshima and the
"hidden Christians", such as the Maria-kannon.
MAP
7 Jishoji Temple
(incl. entry to the Father de Rotz Memorial Hall)
Group discount for 10+ persons (¥240 and ¥60 respectively)
●TEL. 0959-25-1188
Marc Marie de Rotz came to
Shitsu in 1879 to take the post
of senior missionary. He used
his money to help the poor and
passed on practical knowledge
and new technologies. Father
de Rotz Memorial Hall (a
nationally-designated important
cultural heritage site) was built
in 1885 and used to be a
fishing net workshop. Father de
Rotz's personal items, such as
his favorite organ, are kept
here.
MAP
A-1
Built to bring repose to the deceased Donna
Mariina, daughter of Sumitada Omura, in a
time when the influence of Nichiren Buddhism
was growing. Donna Mariina practiced
Christianity even when it was subject to harsh
punishment and kept her faith strong even
after being banished to seclusion.
●Next to Jishoji-mae Bus Stop
●TEL. 095-884-2005
Nagaura-Machi
D-2
work, he also made an effort to help the
poverty-stricken people of Sotome. He
taught
about
agriculture,
fishing,
architecture, flour milling, extracting
vegetable oil, making bread, macaroni,
farm tools and fishing nets. He was called
"The Father of Sotome"
Hotel Passage
Kinkai ●
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Kinkaitonehara-Machi
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●Kinkai
JIsho-ji Temple
Passage Kinkai
Island G.C.
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Junior High School
Sotome Administration Center
Ikeshima Office ●
Ikeshima
H
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A
Ikeshima Elementary・Junior High School
Kinkaitone-Machi
Ikeshima
H
Ocean Palace ●
Golf Club and Resort
A Spot of Interest
Onakao Rice Terrace
One of the "Top
100 Japanese Rice
Terraces". You can
try your hand at
rice cultivation and
harvest.
Kinkai Muramatsu-Machi
(¥240 & ¥60 respectively)
●TEL. 0959-25-1081
ather French missionary
Who is F
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Marc Marie de Rotz.
De Rotz
During his missionary
Ikeshima-Machi
●Kinkai Administration Center
MAP
●5 min. walk from the Shitsu Bunka Mura Bus Stop
●9:00∼17:00 (closed Dec. 29 ‒ Jan. 3)
●Adult ¥300, Schoolchildren ¥100, group discounts for 10+ persons
8 Ikeshima
E-2
●4 min. walk from the Shitsu Bunka Mura Bus Stop
●9:00∼17:00 (closed Dec. 29 - Jan. 3)
●Entry ¥300, Schoolchildren ¥100
4 Father de Rotz Memorial Hall
Kinkai
New town
Kinkai
Sotome Administration Center
(Inside Sotome Furusato Exchange Center)
●
Pick up
MAP
A-3
Ikeshima Island, floating in the
Sumo area, contains the last coal
mine on Kyushu to close down.
The mine ceased operations in
2001, bringing an end to its 42
year history. Now it is a tourist
spot in which you can try your
hand at extracting coal or
operating a mining drill inside the
mine. (reservation only)
●30 min. by ferry from Kōnoura Wharf
●Ferry bound for Ikeshima; Adult ¥400, Child ¥200
●Shinei-maru Ferry (Ikeshima ~ Kōnoura), 5 cruises every day (4 cruises Jun. 1 ‒ Sep. 30;
2 cruises on Sat.) (No cruises on 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month). Adult ¥350, Child ¥150.
●TEL. 0959-24-0211(Sotome Administration Center)
●Ikeshima, Coal Mining Experience TEL. 0959-26-0333(Mitsui Matsushima Resources).
●
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Konoura Port
●Konouragawa kasen Park
Dorosamasomen
De Rotz’
s
noodles.
Known for
their firmness.
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Konoura Natsui
A Spot of Interest
Konoura Kamiono
● Ono Church
Ono Church
Designed by Father de
Rotz, built using local
stone fragments with a
mixture of coal and red
clay as mortar. Important
Cultural Heritage Site.
C
Konoura mukai
Kurosaki Makino
●Bastian House
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Kurosaki Kamigurosaki
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Kurosaki Nishishitsu
Shitsu Junior High School
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Kurosaki Shimogurosaki
Shitsu Church
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Father de Rotz Memorial Hall
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Kurosaki Church
Sotome Museum of ● Peace Monument ?
History and Folklore Kurosaki Elementary School 3
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Michino Eki「Yuhigaoka Sotome」
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City Corner
Information Center
2
Syusaku Endo
Literature Museum
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Sotome
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Nagasaki Event Info
The city filled
with vibrant colors:
Winter
Celebration
2012 Nagasaki Event Calendar
All Year
Tall ships liven up
the harbor:
1/23 (Mon) ‒ 2/6 (Mon)
2012 Nagasaki Lantern festival
the Spirit of
Summer
Spring’
s
Big Events
Late March to Early April
Tateyama Park
Cherry Bloom Festival
Late March to Early April
Kazegashira Park
Cherry Blossom Festival
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Nagasaki Kite Festival
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1
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Nagasaki
Lantern Festival
It has its roots in the
“Shunsetsu Matsuri”, a
celebration of the Chinese
New Year that took place
in the Shinchi Chinatown.
A
many
as
15,000
Chinese lanterns fill the
city with vibrant light
during the festival.
○3 min. walk from
the Tsukimachi Streetcar Stop
○E.g. Shinchimachi, Minato Park
○Tel. 095-822-8888
Oct.
7-9
End of
July
Nagasaki Kunchi Nagasaki
Harbor Festival
Festival
An autumn festival of the Suwa Shrine,
one of the three Grand Festivals of
Japan. Its name is related to the fact
that it is celebrated on September 9th
("kunchi" means "ninth day"). Since the
funds for the celebration were secured in
the form of a loan from the feudal
magistrate’s office, with each year it was
more and more magnificent. Since the
“dancing district” (the district whose
residents perform a dance to honor the
gods) changes each year, it is best to
look up the schedule beforehand.
○4 min. walk from
the Suwa Jinja-mae Streetcar Stop
○E.g. Suwa Shrine
○Tel. 095-822-0111
Whether it’
s the fireworks lighting
up the "10 million dollar" Nagasaki
night sky, Peiron Boat Race
Championships or a Feifan cruise,
a plethora of exciting events await.
○Nagasaki Seaside Park
○Tel. 095-822-0111
15th
Spirit
Boat Festival
Aug.
The spirits of the recently
departed are sent off to
paradise in elaborately
crafted boats.
Apr. 21
-25
Nagasaki Tall Ship Festival
n
)
Konpira Park Kite Festival
4/26 (Thu) ‒ 4/30 (Sun)
2012 Nagasaki Ships Festival
4/26 (Thu) ‒ 5/6 (Sun)
Glover Garden Night Viewing
4 / 2 7 ( F r i )
Nagasaki Port
Opening Anniversary
and Holid
ay)
“Kite battles”are organized since
the 18th century. Contestants try
to cut their rival’
s kite rope.
○E.g. Tohakkei, Konpirayama,
Inasayama
○Tel.095-823-7423
(Reservation required. Up to 15 people for 1 tour.)
●City Walk Tour with a guide. (¥500 fee for jr. high school and older)
●Inside-Facility Tour with a guide. 3 tours. (Glover Garden, Dejima and Atomic Bomb Museum. Tours are free of charge, but there is an entrance fee).
* A reservation is generally required, but if a tour does not have a full number of participants it is possible to join on the spot.
■Nagasaki Study/Gourmet Saruku - including an expert’
s lecture and a guided tour. (reservation and participation fee required)
Nagasaki International Tourism and Convention Association, Nagasaki Saruku Registration
Tel.095-811-0369 http://www.saruku.info
Mt. Inasa Azalea Festival
Nagasaki Hydrangea Festival
7/20 (Fri) ‒ 10/9 (Tue)
Glover Garden Night Viewing
Mid July to the end of August
UMIBOUZ in Takashima
7/27 (Fri) ‒ 7/29 (Sun)
Gion Festival
7/28 (Sat) ‒ 7/29 (Sun)
2012 Nagasaki Port Festival
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of May .
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c o n fi r m e d )
7/28 (Sat) ‒ 7/29 (Sun)
○Nagasaki Harbor
(Nagasaki Seaside Park)
○Tel. 095-822-8888
Kite Flying
Festival
b e
5/26 (Sat) ‒ 6/17 (Sun)
( T o
Tall ships from Japan and
abroad sail into harbor together
in a spectacular display.
During the festival many
smaller events are organized.
■Nagasaki Fun Saruku - walk freely with a special map in your hand. 39 tours.
■Nagasaki Tour Saruku - take a walk to see the main attractions of Nagasaki while listening to Saruku Guide’s explanations. 29 tours.
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“Saruku”means“to take a casual stroll”in the local dialect. Take a walk through Nagasaki, the city
where the cultures of East and West, Japan, China and Holland come together. Explore its history
and hidden charm to your heart’
s content.
Contact
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Late April ‒ Early May
Experience
exotic cultures:
2012
Jan. 23
∼
Feb. 6
Nomozaki Lotus Flower Festival
Bustle
and excitement:
Early April
Autumn
Grand Festival
Nagasaki Saruku (walk)
1/8 (Mon) ‒ 2/5 (Sun)
b e
c o n fi r m e d )
Nagasaki Peiron Boat Race
Late July to Late August
Nagasaki Night Market
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Nagasaki Peace Memorial
Ceremony
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)
8 / 1 5 ( T h u )
Spirit Boat Procession
9/12 (Wed) ‒ 9/14 (Fri)
Chinese Bon Festival
Mid
September
Kounoura Discovery Walk
Mid
September
2012 Nagasaki Foreigner
Settlement Festival
Late
(To
September
be
confirmed)
8th Annual China Town
Autumn Festival
9 / 2 9 ( S a t )
Confucius Festival
9 / 3 0 ( S u n )
Nagasaki Traditional Crafts
and Performing Arts Festival
(To
be
confirmed)
confirmed)
2012 Nagasaki
“Madam Butterfly”Festival
10/7 (Sun) ‒ 10/9 (Tue)
Nagasaki Kunchi (Autumn Festival)
10/14 (Sun) ‒ 10/15 (Mon)
Takengei Festival (Bamboo Pole Show)
L a t e
2012 Nagasaki Bay Side
Marathon & Walk
10/6 (Sat) ‒ 10/21 (Sun)
(To
Mid
be
O c t o b e r
November
12th Annual Maruyama
Hana Festival
Late November to Late December
Nagasaki Heartfull
Christmas Illumination
12/22 (Sat) ‒ 12/25 (Tue)
Glover Garden Winter Festival
The event schedule may be subject to change.
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saki
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g
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Info
Illumination is on between dusk and 22:00. Depending on the hour some facilities may be closed.
Oura Church
MAP
P5 D-2
The lights bring out the whiteness of
the walls. It also features beautiful
stained glass.
◎4 min. walk from Ouratenshudo-shita Streetcar Stop
◎8:00∼18:00 Entry until 17:45. Open all year round.
◎Adult ¥300, High School & Jr. High ¥250,
Elem. School ¥200
◎Tel. 095-823-2628
Megami Bridge ∼Venus Wing∼
Opened in December 2005. The illumination is divided into“basic illumination”,
which has an everyday feel to it through the use of white light as a main theme,
and“special illumination”, with custom color schemes designed for festivals and
holidays. Its elegance and splendor never cease to fascinate.
◎Toll: Regular Cars ¥100, Pedestrians free.
Glover Garden
MAP
P4 D-2
A little-known spot for enjoying a
night view of the city. Illuminated
during evening tours.
◎7 min. walk from Ouratenshudo-shita
Streetcar Stop ◎8:00∼18:00 (Last entry 20 min
before closing) 8:00~21:30 betw. late Jul.
and Oct. (night tours).
◎ Adult ¥600, High School ¥300, Jr. High &
Elem. School ¥180 ◎Tel:095-822-8223
Minato Park
White Wall
of Dejima
A Chinese-style park renovated
in March 1994. Every year during
Chinese New Year celebrations it
is bustling with people enjoying
the Nagasaki Lantern Festival.
Urakami Cathedral P15 D-4
MAP
MAP
P5 B-6
◎3 min. walk from the Tsukimachi
Streetcar Stop.
◎10 min walk from the Matsuyama Streetcar Stop.
◎9:00∼17:00 Closed on Mon. If Mon. is a holiday,
closed on Tue. ◎Tel.095-844-1777
◎Next to the Dejima ◎Tel. 095‐821‐7200
MAP
P9 C-4
MAP
P5 C-6
There are number of stone bridges over Nakashima River. They too are beautifully illuminated.
Megane-bashi
(Spectacles Bridge)
The illumination of Nakashima
River Stone Bridges creates a
dreamy, elegant atmosphere
to soothe the soul.
◎8 min. walk from Kokaido-mae
Streetcar Stop
MAP
P9 C-5
Ichiran-bashi
Bridge
MAP
P9 C-5
Susukihara-bashi
Bridge
MAP
P9 C-5
Higashi-Shinbashi
Bridge
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Check!
It began in Nagasaki…
Here are some things that spread from Nagasaki to all the regions of Japan.
Hamanomachi
Glover Garden
Japan’
s First Iron Bridge
Japan’
s First Tennis Court
Built in 1868 and given the
name“Kuroganebashi”. Designed
by Vogel, a German national,
manufactured by the Nagasaki
Iron Works, it cost an exorbitant
16,000 ryo. For this reason it
used to be called “Golden
Bridge” instead of “Iron Bridge”.
The present structure is a
reconstruction.
Glover Garden
Japan’
s First Asphalt
It is said that this asphalt road,
the oldest of its kind in Japan,
was laid by Tommy Glover
(Japanese name: Tomisaburo
Kuraba), son of Thomas Blake
Glover.
Oura-machi
Japan’
s First Railway
In 1865, the locomotive “Iron Duke” travelled
500m along Oura coast. Even though it was not
a commercial ride, it can be said that Japanese
railway was born in Nagasaki.
Glover Garden
Western-style Restaurant
Jokichi Kusano served as a boy on a Dutch warship and was
the first Japanese to learn the craft of a ship cook. Japan’
s
first Western-style restaurant “Ryorintei” has been relocated
to Glover Garden.
ANA Crowne Plaza Hotel Nagasaki Glover Hill
International Telephone
Established in 1871. The line connected Vladivostok and
Nagasaki Wharf, it was installed in the Oura Yamanote
Bellevue Hotel by the Great Northern Company. Now it is
located in the ANA Crowne Hotel Plaza Nagasaki Glover Hill
Hotel.
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During Japan’
s period of isolation
(sakoku), Nagasaki was Japa
n’
s
only window to the outside
world.
It was the first place to hear
the
news from foreign lands.
From
Nagasaki, exotic foreign cultu
re
spread to all of Japan.
During the first years of the
Meiji period there was a
tennis court here, built by
Frederick Ringer who cleared
the slope of Minami-yamate
for this purpose. The stone
rollers that he used still
remain.
Sports that came
from Nagasaki
Badminton
Nagasaki University Hospital
Japan’
s First modern western style hospital
(Kojima Ryoyojo)
In 1858 (Ansei Era year 5), during the cholera
epidemic in Nagasaki, Dutch naval physician Pompe
van Meerdervoort devoted himself to providing
medical care to local residents of any social status.
Later he gained the trust and respect of the local
people and successfully persuaded the government
to build a western style hospital which he had been
proposing for a long time. The hospital was
completed on September 21st 1861 (Bunkyu Era year
1) in Kojima-go (now known as Nishi Kojima-Cho in
Nagasaki). It was the first modern hospital with 124
western style beds and was the center of health care
and medical education in the area. This hospital
eventually became Nagasaki University Hospital.
Pompe stated his philosophy as “once you have
chosen to become a doctor, you are tool for the
patients and not working for your personal gain. If
you do not like this, you would be better off in
another occupation. “ Young students who were
studying western medicine were moved by these
words and showed an even deeper commitment to
their study. This ambition still prevails in the mind of
medical students in Nagasaki.
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“Various Accounts from the
Dutch”introduces tennis as a
Dutch version of hanetsuki, a
similar Japanese game. The
book includes a description of
Indonesians playing the game
inside the Dutch trading post.
Billiards
In a diary written by the chief of
the Dutch trading post on
Dejima there is a 1652 entry
saying “I’
ve shown them
billiards and golf”. Billiards was
introduced to Dejima as a way
of enjoying free time in those
moments when there were no
trading tasks for a while.
Bowling
Introduced to Japan quite late
‒ in 1861. It all started when
Henry Gibson opened a
bowling salon in Dejima. There
is a monument dedicated to
the occasion on the uphill way
to the Oura Church.
Kendama
It came from China (or the
Netherlands, according to
some) in the Edo Period,
called “bilboquet” in French
and“cup-and-ball”in English.
It was very popular in Western
countries such as France.
Bring the memories back home!
Collection
Nagasaki Specialties’
■Turtle Shell
Turtle shell products, of which
more than 50% is crafted in
Nagasaki, have a unique hue.
■Kasutera
A delicacy handed down directly
from the Portuguese. Made from the
finest ingredients, including plenty of
eggs, mixed and baked according to
a secret recipe. Enjoy its texture as
it crumbles in your mouth.
■Chanpon
& Sara-udon
A Nagasaki must-try. A hearty and
robust meal, every household has its
own special flavor.
■Nagasaki Kite
■Koga dolls
Counted among the 3 Great Clay
Dolls of Japan. They are said to
have roots in the simple dolls the
farmers made along earthenware
for religious ceremonies.
These kites are used for competition,
they are diamond shaped and have
2 support struts. They’
re light and
move very quickly. The twine, called
“yoma”, is covered in glass dust
and used to cut the opponent’
s
yoma.
■Karasumi
Mullet roe is collected from the
sea west of Kyushu, salted and
dried in the sun. The result is
an exquisite delicacy renowned
for its taste.
■Kanboko
The local dialect for“kamaboko”or fish
cake. A specialty of Nagasaki, where
fresh seafood is always in abundance.
■Zabonzuke
The zabon (pomelo
fruit), originating in
China, is covered in
sugar to make this
dish. The skin of the
fruit (not the pulp)
plays the main role. It’
s characterized by a
slight bitterness and a smooth, fresh aroma.
■Chawanmushi
■ Doro s o m e n
The restaurant Yosso (founded
1866) serves this egg custard
dish in large bowls and
together with steamed sushi it
is a classic choice.
Noodles known for their
firmness, a specialty of
Sotome.
■Bidoro
Glassware
Made by blowing into
hot glass through a pipe.
■Loquat
Nagasaki boasts the
largest loquat harvest
in all of Japan.
■Shippoku Ryori
The name translates to“tablecloth dishes”, these are
Tang Chinese and Western dishes prepared with a
Japanese feel. A local specialty in the international
spirit of Nagasaki.
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鉄
浦
松
町
◎
鹿町町
◎
◎
Fukuoka
Nagasaki
City
Tokyo
JR Train: 1h 50min
Express Bus
35min
Nagasaki
Airport
Airplane
Osaka
Kobe
Estimated
Travel Time
Okinawa
Sechibaru
◎
Sasebo
Hasami Arita IC
●Departs: 10:00, 12:00
●Duration: 4h 15min
●Adult Fee: ¥3,500
●Station: JR Nagasaki Station
Yearround
Huis Ten Bosch
Adult
Bus Fare Adult
¥500
¥500
¥250
¥250
Child
Child
●Available e.g. at the information desk inside JR
Nagasaki Station.
202
1st cruise 2nd cruise
9:30
13:30
Departure
Ariake Sea
Omura IC
◎
Isahaya
207
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◎
202
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pas
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ki b
asa
Nag
34
57
Isahaya IC
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JR
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Nagasaki Tarami IC
251
Iojima
◎
◎
Takashima
◎
324
Koyagi
499
◎
Sanwa
◎
Nomozaki
Unzen Amakusa Kokuritsu Koen 57
◎
Yasuda Sangyo Kisen
Ferry(70min)
57
Obama
Tachibana Bay
Mogi
Wharf
Shimabara Hanto
Kenritsu Koen
Taira
Wharf
251 ◎
Shimabara Peninsula
Nagasaki IC
Nagasaki Dejima
Road
to NAGASU
erry (Kumamoto)
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(3
Kyu Sho Ferry(60min)
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389
Kumamoto Ferry(30min)
Unzen
Shimabara ◎
◎
to KUMAMOTO
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Nagasaki Susukiduka IC
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H
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Na
◎
57
Minamishimabara
◎
251
◎
◎
◎
◎
251
◎
◎
to AMAKUSA(Tomioka)
◎
Shima Tetsu Ferry(30min)
Yearround
Ropeway (business hours, fees)
Ropeway
(Fuchi Shrine∼Inasayama)
9:00∼22:00
Adult
1-way
¥700
Return ¥1,200
●Contact Hironori Baba
TEL.090-8225-8107
FAX.095-895-3273
※ Be sure to confirm if the cruise is not cancelled e.g. due to weather.
Child
¥600
¥400
Contact
●TEL. 095-861-6321
○May be closed without
announcement due to poor
weather or maintenance.
Nagasaki∼Iojima∼Takashima
●Embark at Nagasaki Terminal ○11 cruises each day
○Duration:Nagasaki∼Iojima 19min.,
Nagasaki∼Takashima 35min.
○Fare (one way):
Nagasaki∼Iojima: Adult ¥650, Child ¥330
Nagasaki∼Takashima: Adult ¥990, Child ¥500
● Ferry (Konoura∼Ikeshima)
●Embark at Konoura Wharf
○5 cruises every day
○Duration: 30min.
○Fare (1-way): Adult ¥400, Child ¥200
●Contact West Coast Marine Commerce
TEL.0959-22-0649
● Ferry
(Nagasaki (Mogi)∼Amakusa (Tomioka))
●Contact Nagasaki Liner
● Embark at Nagasaki (Mogi Wharf)
● Sea Taxi“Mitsumaru”
(Koyagi∼Takashima)
● Embark at Koyagi Motomura Wharf
○5 cruises each day
○Duration: 10min.
○Fare (1-way): Adult ¥800, Child ¥400
●Contact Mitsumaru TEL.095-871-4060
※This information is valid as of Feb. 2012
Nagasaki International Tourism and Convention Association
¥900
¥500
TEL.095-826-6238
○Hironori Baba
General Tourist Information
Schoolchild
Express Ships, Sea Taxi, Ferry
Contact
TEL.095-818-1105
FAX.095-818-1125
Fare
●Express Ship“Cobalt Queen”
●Contact Seaman Co.
Nagasaki Call Center Hydrangea
444
to AMAKUSA(Oniike)
TEL.095-827-2470,095-895-8410
FAX.095-895-8418
Contact
NAGASAKI EXPRESSWAY
◎
NAGASAKI
●Nagasaki City Taxi Association
TEL. 095-821-8273
○Seaman Co.
TEL.095-895-9300
FAX.095-895-9550
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Nagayo
Sotome
Duration
2h
3h
4h
Regular Fare ¥7,800 ¥11,700 ¥15,600
●Gunkanjima Landing Tours
○Takashima Maritime Trans.
●Contact Gunkanjima Concierge Office
m
Nagasaki
Airport
Kinkai
City Tourist Taxi (time & fare)
○Gunkanjima Landing Tours also available.
○Universal Workers
Gunkan Island Service Counter
O
Togitsu
as of March 2011
●Yamasa Kaiun Co.,Ltd.
1st cruise
TEL. 095-822-5002
12:00 (Apr. ‒ Oct.) FAX. 095-822-5243
●Contact Takashima Maritime Trans.
AY
Omura
206
Reservations only
Departure
ESSW
Kawatana to SAGA
FUKUOKA
205
J
Omura Bay
Saikai
Nishi Sonogi Peninsula
Ship Cruise (timetable & fare)
●Regular Course“Marbella”
Gunkanjima Course (110min.) Wharf Course (55min.)
U EXPR
a ◎ Higashisonogi IC
S
en HIgashisonogi
1h 25min
Contact ●Nagasaki Bus TEL. 095-820-4672
○The details may change, please contact us.
Streetcar Fare
◎
R
1h
Contact
Unlimited rides for one day.
◎
1h 10min
○Fares do not include facility entry fees.
City Streetcar/Bus 1 Day Ticket (fare)
YUSH
Hansami
City Tourist Information
Nagasaki Yokatoko Course
NISHIK
Saikai Kokuritsu Koen
Ikeshima
Regular Bus Tours in Nagasaki City
Sasebo Mikawachi IC
35
Sasebo Minato IC
Sasebo Daito IC
1h 30min
Access
Information
498
204
1h 50min
Nagoya
◎
Saza
HIRADO-JIMA
Express Bus: 2h 30min
吉井町
◎
383
○4 cruises every day
○Duration: 70min.
○Fare (1-way): Adult ¥1900, Child ¥950
●Contact Yasuda sangyo kisen co.
Nagasaki (Mogi Wharf) TEL.095-836-2613
Amakusa (Tomioka Wharf) TEL.0969-35-0700
http://kisen.yasuda-gp.net/
Useful information for a wonderful trip!
TEL 095-823-3631
TEL 095-823-7423
TEL 095-822-8888
www.at-nagasaki.jp
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