Nagasaki Travel Guide
The Nagasaki Prefecture is located in the southwest corner of Japan. The port of Nagasaki City was the only place where Japan traded with foreign countries during its isolation period, and the region also suffered numerous tragic events – therefore, it’s incredibly rich in historical sites. In this Nagasaki travel guide, we will cover all the best tourist attractions and things you can do.
There are a wide range of incredible tourist attractions – from a long list of incredible historical sites, stunning beaches and even a volcano.
The prefecture is nestled in between a mountain range and coastline. This offers tourists some of the best beaches in Japan.
Do you like Japanese castles and happen to be in Nagasaki prefecture?..
The enormous Mount Unzen is the only active volcano in the Nagasaki prefecture.
Hashima Island, or Gunkanjima as the Japanese call it, sits just off the coast..
The martyrdom of the 26 saints is a museum which marks the spot where 26 missionaries..
The Nagasaki Peace Park and Atomic Bomb museum is an historically important..
The Glover House and Garden was built for Scottish Thomas Blake Glover, who..
The legendary Deijima Island once housed Dutch traders who came to Japan to trade..