Study tours to Nagasaki
Nagasaki–city has many oversea countries cultures and the significant Japanese histories
like no other areas. The fascinating Nagasaki-city has been created since Japan began exchanging
with foreign countries during the National isolation period. In addition to above features, the
geographical conditions are creating fascinating tourism and now many tourists are visiting here.
Because Nagasaki has the following various historical features, offer many themed Study tours
1) National isolation in Japan
2) Christian Pilgrimage sites
3) Japan’s Industry modernization
4) Atomic bomb
Where to learn
We are offering various type of study tour utilizimg the following learning resources, and historical
aspects. Feature of our study tour is the tailor-made in accordance with customer
requirement of learning.
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.
Fan-shaped artificial island,
was built in 1636
Building of residence, cooking
The old Dejima seminary,
a Christian theological school
Japan’s Meiji Industrial Revolution UNESCO World Heritages sites
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 contributed for Shipbuilding and Coal
Mining and 7 sites have been registered on the UNESCO World Heritage.
Hashima island /
Giant Cantilever Crane
Christian Pilgrimage sites
The unique testimony to the tradition of people and their communities who secretly transmitted their
faith in Christianity while surviving in the midst of the conventional society and its religions during
the time of prohibition.
To show how Christians have
been continued their faith since
26 martyrs were crucified in
Nagasaki in 1597
To visit Nagasaki, Shimabara
and Unzen. Shimabara was the
Battle field of Shimabara
To visit Sotome, Nagasaki
Unzen, Shimabara, Amakusa
Kumamoto and Hirado
World Peace learning
Disastrous War must not be repeated. The Atomic bomb exploded in Nagasaki at 11:02 a.m.
on August 9, 1945. Let us swear World Peace in Nagasaki.
Atomic Bomb Museum
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