Nagasaki / UNESCO Industrial Revolution One-day tour
The origin of Japan’s modernization is here. Under the growing sense of crisis over a foreign
menace, Nagasaki supported the introduction of Western countries technology, which started
during the last years of Japan’s National isolation period. With “ Dejima ” as the only window
to West during the period of National isolation.Nagasaki has contributed to Japan’s modernization
by serving as a place to acquire knowledge from oversea. Nagasaki contributed for Shipbuilding
and Coal Mining and 7 sites have been registered on the UNESCO World Heritage,
This tour introduces how Nagasaki contributed to industrial development and japan a chieved
industrial modernization with unprecedented speed in the world, while visiting the World heritage
Location of Nagasaki-city
The tour is the private tour exclusively for your group.
・Minimum number : 2 person
・Maxum number : 30 person
・Tour date : please specify the date
・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-city using Kyushu Expressway and Nagasaki highway, 2hours
Exlore Unesco World Heritage sites in Nagasaki-city
Visit Former Pattern Shop / Shipyard History Museum
See the Giant Cantilever Crane from a bus window
Lunch at Nagaaski Wharf
Visit Glover Garden
Transfer to Fukuoka-cuty using Nagasaki Expressway and Kyushu Expressway, 2hours
18:00 Arrive at Fukuoka-city
Where to Explore
The Former Pattern Shop was built in 1898 to produce wooden patterns for castings and is the
oldest factory building in the shipyard. It is a two-storied brick building with a timber roof truss.
There is a U-shaped rail on the ceiling to transport materials. The building was refurbished to the
Shipyard History Museum in 1985 and is open to the public.
The Former Pattern Shop
Introduce the history of
Mitsubishi Heavy Industry
The Shipyard History Museum
in the Former Pattern Shop
Giant Cantilever Crane / UNESCO World Heritage
The Giant Cantilever Crane is the first electric-powered crane of its type in Japan, imported from
Scotland in 1909, which is the oldest surviving one in operation in the world. It can still lift a load
of 150 tons and is used to ship heavy goods.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industry
Giant Cantilever Crane
View of Nagasaki port from
Nagaaski Wharf / lunch
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. It is quite the popular spot for people who want to relax while
viewing the sea beyond as they dine outdoors.
Restaurants lined up at the
Featured typical Japanese
Viewing the Nagasaki Port
Only the trading port in Japan during Natinal isolation. The fan-shaped artificial island in the bay of
Nagasaki that was a Dutch trading port as Japan’s only open gateway to Europe during Japan’s
self-imposed isolation of Edo period from 1641 until 1853. The Dutch East India Company’s trading
post at Dejima was closed in 1857. Since then, the island has been surrounded by reclaimed land
and merged into Nagasaki: its original location is marked by rivets.
Fan-shaped artificial island,
was built in 1636
Building of residence, cooking
The old Dejima seminary,
a Christian theological school
Located on Minami-Yamate hill in Nagasaki-city, Glover Garden has nine Western style buildings
including the Glover’s Residence built in 1863 by Japanese carpenter Koyama Hidenoshin.
The garden takes its name from Thomas Glover, his arms-importing operations played
an important part in the Meiji Restoration, he built the first train line in Japan and he even
helped establish the first modern Mitsubishi ship yard. The Glover Residence is Japan’s oldest
wooden Western-style building and is the UNESCO World Heritage
Tomas Glover Residence,
Former Mitsubishi second
Overlooking of Nagasaki
Hashima coal mining island is an artificial reclaimed island and the site of Japan’s first major
undersea coal exploitation (1890) pioneered by Mitsubishi – and host to one of the world’s
most extraordinary former mining communities. Hashima Island is located 3 km southwest of
Takashima, and it was the success of Takashima that led Mitsubishi to purchase this island – both
islands giving access to the same undersea coal deposit. Now Hashima is a ruin called “Gunkanjima”,
so called after its resemblance to the silhouette of a battleship.
From Nagasaki port, the cruise
ship take you to Gunkan-jima
The artificial reclaimed island
for Coal Mine
The site of Japan’s first major
undersea coal exploitation
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