Nagasaki one-day tour
The city in harmony with foreign countries cultures. The cultures of Nagasaki have been created
since Japan began exchanging with foreign countries during the National isolation period. The city
have many oversea countries cultures and also the significant Japanese histories like no other areas.
In addition to above features, the geographical conditions are creating fascinating tourism and now
many tourists are visiting here.
Historical features : the following events have experiened in Nagasaki
The tour is the private tour exclusively for your group.
・Minimum number : 2 person
・Maxum number : 30 person
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・English speaking tour attendant escorts your journey to produce a pleasant trip.
・Chartered vehicle is utilized as per number of person.
8:00 Depart Fukuoka-city
Transfer to Nagasaki, 2hours
Visiting Peace Park
Exhibits a number of photograph that depict the devastation caused by Atomic Bomb
The plutonium atomic bomb exploded about 500m over the central monument
Reminds us of the tragic scene unfolded shortly after dropped the Atomic Bomb
The Peace Statue was completed ten years after the atomic bombing for World Peace
The Cathedral is one of the significant Christian Pilgrimage site in Japan
Located on Minami-Yamate hill, Glover Garden has nine Western style buildings
including the Glover’s residence
Only open gateway to Europe during Japan’s National isolation period
Enjoy the magnificent views of Nagasaki
Transfer to Fukuoka-city, 2hours
18:00 Arrive Fukuoka-city
Option : the following sites can be arranged as an option.
The Twenty-Six Martyrs of Japan were a group of Catholics who were executed by
The world’s only Confucian shrine built outside China by Chinese hands
The oldest stone arch bridge in Japan
Exploring Tachibana bay from Nagasaki port and landing on Gunkan-jima island
Where to explore
Established in 1955 near the Ground Zero where the Atomic Bomb was dropped at 11:02 am
on Aug. 09, 1945. Peace Memorial Ceremony is held in front of the statue on August 9 every
year and the Mayor of Nagasaki makes the “Nagasaki peace declaration” for the whole world.
The museum exhibits a number of photograph that depict the devastation caused by atomic
bomb showing the lead-up to this tragic day, the history of the development of nuclear arms
and our desire for peace.
The plutonium atomic bomb exploded about 500m over the central monument at 11:02 a.m.on
August 9, 1945. The most part of Nagasaki was destroyed, and a tremendous number of lives
were lost. And about 70,000 of Nagasaki’s 240,000 residents died instantly, and up to 60,000
Completed in 1955, ten years after the atomic bombing. The 9.7 meter high statue sitting on
a 4 meter tall pedestal, made by renown sculptor Kitamura Seibo. The raised arm points to
the threat of nuclear weapons and the out-stretched arm symbolizes peace.
Located on Minami-Yamate hill in Nagasaki-city, Glover Garden has nine Western style buildings
including the Glover’s Residence built in 1863 and is Japan’s oldest wooden Western–style building
registered on the UNESCO World Heritage. The elegant scenery of Nagasaki harbor view from
Glover Garden can be enjoyed.
The Cathedral is one of the significant Christian Pilgrimage site in Japan. Established 1865, this
church is officially known as “Oura Cathedral, the Church of 26 Martyrs.” It was built by the French
priest Bernard Petitjean of Fier who had been dispatched by the Foreign Missionary Church of
Paris to dedicate prayers to the 26 saints martyred on Nishizaka hill.
Elegant international & domestic tourist harbour. Made up of around 20 unique shops and
restaurants lined up at the water front, offering various choices such Japanese, Western,
and Italian cuisine, to beauty salons, outdoor shops and more.
Nagasaki China town at shinchi is one of the big three china town in Japan. There are about 50
Chinese restaurants and many Chinese sundries shops in there.
Dejima was the fan-shaped artificial island in the bay of Nagasaki where was used as a Dutch
trading port and it was only open gateway to Europe during Japan’s National isolation of Edo
period from 1641 until 1853. At that time, many European technologies and cultures were
introduced here through Dutch.
It is a 333 meter high mountain in close distance to JR Nagasaki Station. The summit can be
reached by ropeway or car and offers great views over the city. And also, the magnificent night
views from Mount Inasa are ranked among Japan’s three best night views.
Nishizaka hill is the most significant Christian Pilgrimage site in Japan. The 26 Martyrs of Japan
were a group of Catholics who were executed by rucifixion on February 5, 1597.Their martyrdom
is especially significant in the history of the Catholic Church in Japan. In 1637, St. Lorenzo Luiz
from Philippines martyred here at Nishizaka hill.
The museum behind the monument is devoted to the memory of the martyrs and to Christianity in
Japan in general. Its interior is reminiscent of a church with stained-glass windows, making for
atmospheric viewing of the exhibits. On display are artifacts related to Christianity in Japan,
including old documents, statues and jewelry.
The world’s only Confucian shrine built outside China by Chinese hands. First built in 1893 by
Chinese residents of Nagasaki with the support of the Ch’ing Dynasty government, the shrine
was designed to serve as a place of worship and learning for the Chinese community, and
housed a Confucian sanctuary and primary school.
The oldest stone arch bridge in Japan, Meganebashi or Spectacles Bridge, over the Nakashima
River was built in Nagasaki in 1634 by the Chinese monk Mokusunyoujo who is a second
generation of Chinese monks living at Kofukuji Temple.
Hashima coal mining island is an artificial reclaimed island and the site of Japan’s first major
undersea coal exploitation pioneered by Mitsubishi. Hashima Island is located 3 km southwest of
Takashima. Now Hashima is a ruins called “Gunkanjima”, so called after its resemblance to the
silhouette of a battleship.
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