Recommended model sightseeing courses are shown in the Nagasaki Travel Guide
page. You’ll find it helpful when deciding where in Nagasaki you should go, or
what you missed on past trips.
on your area of interest.
A great amount of Western culture came through Dejima, the sole
door of Japan to the West. Nagasaki is widely known for the sad history of the
Christian faith and its eventual revival in Japan.
Dutch Trading Post on DejimaSiebold
British Consulate (Yataro Noguchi Art Museum)Former
Hong Kong-Shanghai BankOura
of the Martyrdom of 26 Saints of JapanKurosaki
Shusaku Literary Museum
This tour is full of exoticism unique to
Nagasaki where Chinese and Western cultures blended.
House at No. 12, HigashiyamateWestern-style
House in HigashiyamateConfucian
Shrine and Chinese MuseumGlover
Many flower spots that change with the seasons are available for
visitors to enjoy while taking delight in the scenery.
This route is recommended for outdoor-oriented tourists as there are many places
to enjoy nature while camping.
Sasebo with an American atmosphereYou
can see the beautiful coastlines of the Kujukushima Isles in Saikai National Park
and their natural surroundings. You can have a good time at Huis Ten Bosch - ,
a reproduction of Dutch streets, Saikai Pearl Sea Resort, and other theme parks.
Center of Ceramic ArtMegane
Pearl Sea ResortCrusing
of Kujukushima IslandsZoological
This tour will take you to sites of
historical interest that retain the exotic atmosphere of erstwhile European culture
and the feel of the castle town in a bygone era. You can see the beautiful landscape
of Saikai National Park.
This route will take you to sites of
historical interest including churches reminiscent of a castle town in a bygone
In this area well blessed with nature, you can enjoy marine sports on the cobalt
of Samurai QuarterGoto’s
of Ishida CastleDozaki
Sea Bathing ResortOsezaki
Church /Rurudo CaveAbunze
Iki played an important role as an ancient
base for communication with the Asian Continent. The island, 40 km round, is home
to many relics dating back to the Yayoi and the Kofun periods. You can enjoy history
and nature at its best
Located at the northernmost tip of Kyushu,
Tsushima is a border island which is only 50 km away from our closest neighbour,
Korea. It played an important role as an ancient relay point in exchanges with
the Asian Continent. Tsushima has a rich historical heritage.
of Kaneishi CastleSite
of Samurai QuarterSite
of Ofunae MooringsAyumodoshi