Welcome to Nagasaki! Located on the western coast of Japan’s Kyushu island, Nagasaki is one of Japan’s closest port cities to the Asian mainland. As a result, since its opening in 1570, Nagasaki prospered as a window for trade with the West and China. Nagasaki was the sole place of direct trade and exchange between Japan and the outside world during the Sakoku period (1633-1853). It built a unique culture in which Japanese and foreign cultures coexist. This cultural integration still shows in Nagasaki’s districts of stately European-style homes and a large Christian population. Towards the end of World War II, Nagasaki became the second city after Hiroshima to be destroyed by an atomic bomb. In recent years, Nagasaki is home to several of the Hidden Christian Sites which have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 


Nagasaki is home to fascinating tombs, prominent Catholic churches, European-style houses, unspoiled beaches, and Gunkanjima–the eerie abandoned coal mining.

Nagasaki City

A thriving international port city

Huis Ten Bosch

An amusement park themed after a Dutch town

Shimabara Peninsula

Popular hot spring and hiking destination


Former site of the Dutch trading post

We arrange a wide array of meal choices for you, from Japanese traditional set meals, all you can eat, to local and seasonal specialties. Join us in exploring the taste of Japan!

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Different regions have their own traditional recipes and agricultural farming system. Many of the regional dishes can only be tasted in the original area they came from.

Nagasaki Champon

A noodle dish invented in Nagasaki inspired by Chinese cuisine. The noodles are a little different from ramen, and they’re topped with vegetables, pork, and seafood for a highly voluminous dish. Although otherwise similar to ramen, champon noodles are cooked with creamy soup rather than added to it. It’s become such a representative dish of Nagasaki that you can find all kinds of restaurants around the city.

Sara Udon

Translated as “plate noodles”, Sara Udon is a dish in which a mixture of meat and vegetables is placed atop a bed of deep-crispy noodles. The dish is typically served with a topping of seafood, cabbage, bean sprouts, and other vegetables, though different meat varieties will be available on the menu.

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Whether this is your first time visiting, or returning, make sure to participate in these unique activities, that cannot be done elsewhere!



The best way to enjoy Nagasaki city and take in the history and culture is by a short walking tour. The historical walk can start from the Museum of History, Chinatown, Dejima, Dutch Slope, and Glover’s Garden. Enjoy walking around and viewing the charming sightseeing spots.

Sea Kayaking

Sea Kayaking

Enjoy the adventure of sea kayaking around an uninhabited island off the coast of the famous Iki Deai-no-Mura in Kurosaki peninsula near Monkey Rock. You can also encounter the beautiful ocean and coral in the Yunomoto Gulf. In the summer you can do some snorkeling around the uninhabited island.

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Recommended Hotels

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Hotel Monterey Nagasaki

i + Land Nagasaki

The Hotel Nagasaki BW Premier Collection

ANA Crowne Plaza Hotel Nagasaki Gloverhill

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More Ideas

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