Nagasaki Nagasaki


Nagasaki Prefecture is situated on the island of Kyushu and faces the East China Sea to the west. The prefecture has a rich history and was the first place in Japan to open its ports to the rest of the world in the 16th century. Nagasaki is best known for its tragic history, as it was the site of the atomic bomb attack during World War II. Today, Nagasaki is a modern city that still retains its historical charm and has many attractions for visitors to explore, including its famous Nagasaki Peace Park and Glover Garden.

Sites in Nagasaki

Huis ten bosch




  • Nagasaki Airport is the main gateway to the region, with domestic flights connecting to Tokyo, Osaka, and other major cities in Japan. From Nagasaki Airport, you can take a bus or taxi to Nagasaki City, which takes approximately 45-60 minutes.
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  • JR Kyushu Shinkansen Line: Travel to Hakata Station (Fukuoka), then transfer to the JR Kamome Limited Express train bound for Nagasaki Station.


  • Long-distance buses are available from major cities like Tokyo, Osaka, and Fukuoka to Nagasaki Station.


  • There are ferries available from various cities, including Fukuoka, Kumamoto, and Osaka, to Nagasaki Port. The port is located near the city center, allowing easy access to the main tourist attractions.


Kyushu Region

Huis Ten Bosch

Huis Ten Bosch is a largest theme park in Nagasaki, Japan. It mimics the Europe style, and illumination at night is especially famous.
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