8 Unique Tourist Attractions in Nagasaki, that Makes You Want to Go There!

8 Unique Tourist Attractions in Nagasaki, Japan

What comes to your mind when you hear Nagasaki? Nagasaki is one of the prefectures in Japan where the atomic bomb was dropped in 1945 during World War II. The prefecture, which is located southwest of Kyushu, is trying to get up and become one of the prefectures that have unique tourist attractions. What are they?

  1. Hot Foot 105 (Obama Onsen)

Hutto Futto 105 (Hot Foot 105) is located in Obama Onsen. This place is a hot spring Obama Onsen with water temperatures reaching 105ÂșC. This hot spring is believed to cure various diseases because of the NaCl content. In winter, the water is still hot.

  1. Unzen Onsenkyo

At Unzen Onsenkyo, apart from enjoying the hot springs, you will also enjoy the view of the canal from Mount Nita from Myokendake to Nodake. The view of the mountains in each season gives its uniqueness.

There are three famous baths, namely Furuyu (historic hot springs), Shin-yu (new hot springs, and Shojigoku (little hell).

  1. Dejima Warrants Trading House

Dejima Waran Trading House is a historic site that was a point of contact for trade with the west for approximately 200 years. In the 19th century, there were 49 buildings consisting of residential houses, public kitchens, warehouses, and so on.

Now, about 25 buildings have been closed. Here, you can see the uniqueness of each building. You can also rent a simple kimono and take pictures in this environment.

  1. Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum

This museum has a unique design. The design of this museum displays history from the dropping of the bombs to Nagasaki’s resurgence.

  1. Peace Park

Peace Park is located on a small hill, north of the central park where the atomic bomb was dropped first. There is a Peace Statue that is 9.7 meters high and weighs 30 tons.

This statue is made of bronze and is a symbol of hope for peace. In addition, there is a fountain near this large statue.

  1. Battleship Island on Gunkanjima Island

In the past, Gunkanjima was a coal mining island. However, now the island is abandoned because coal supplies are running low and the population is leaving the island.

Now, Gunkanjima, or Battleship Island has become one of Nagasaki’s tourism centers. Several locations on the island are shooting and photo shoot locations.

  1. Kawauchi Mountain Pass

If you come to Kawauchi Mountain Pass, you won’t regret it. In every season, this 30-hectare area always displays its uniqueness. In spring, the azalea hirodo flowers will bloom and look beautiful.

In summer, fresh green grass stretches out. In autumn, the Susuki leaves will fall and cover this place. For the winter, there will be fires to prevent fires and new grass growth, so you will see a wide spread of fires. Interested?

  1. Huis Ten Bosch

Want to feel the Dutch feel in Japan? We recommend that you visit Huis Ten Bosch in Sasebo City in Nagasaki. Huis Ten Bosch has been open since 1992. The old buildings here are designed to be the same size as the original. Many game arenas to Dutch-style gardens. Huis Ten Bosch is divided into two areas, namely Theme Park and Harbor.

In the Theme Park, you can see typical Dutch buildings, a modern 3D theatre, a haunted house, a mirror maze, a Ferris wheel, and a replica of Domtoren. At the Harbor, you can enjoy a replica of the Huis Ten Bosch palace and there is an art museum inside. There are also Hotel Europe, Hotel Amsterdam, and Hotel Forest Villa. If you don’t come here, you will regret it.

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