Amakusa Plaza Hotel

Address: 4-8 Sakae-machi, Amakusa, Kumamoto Prefecture, Kyushu-Okinawa, 863-0022, Japan | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 4-8 Sakae-machi, Amakusa.
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    Travel Blogs from Amakusa

    Nagasaki ,Japan

    A travel blog entry by hfs on May 26, 2015

    5 comments, 7 photos

    ... in Japan , they have these Café’s where you go to have contact with cats, how special is that…also dog ones, and even owls, that all appealed greatly… Another factor we discussed was the longevity of life in Japan, what did we think that was about, well we thought diet etc, but no said Tomoko ,it costs the equivalent of $20,000 Aust, to die in Japan, so we need to keep on living…!!.. just so many details, all day ,and I will ...

    Day 30: Nagasaki

    A travel blog entry by millieandjames on May 03, 2015

    7 photos

    ... Japan's oldest stone bridge (1634). - Walked through Chinatown. - Walked to the Dutch Slopes, just a residential area now - walked up to (but not through) Glover Gardens, where Scotsman Thomas Glover used to reside - visited Kōshi-byō, the only Confucian shrine built by the Chinese outside of China and the land is technically Chinese territory - walked to Dejima, the Portuguese ...

    Day 29: Nagasaki

    A travel blog entry by millieandjames on May 02, 2015

    2 photos

    ... Park. There were some pretty harrowing pictures of charred corpses (70,000 died almost instantly), severe burns and disfigurements. The death toll totalled 165,409 altogether as survivors of the initial blast died in the weeks following. Lots of information on nuclear weapons and the city's mission for peace. James and I felt ashamed to be from a country in possession of nuclear weapons and we can't understand why there isn't more information ...

    Nagasaki Blogs, April 22nd - 24th

    A travel blog entry by donnellyramble on Apr 24, 2015

    125 photos

    ... br> Dejima was another interesting historical area and talked more specifically about the history of trade in Nagasaki.

    In the 1600s, the Tokugawa shogunate banned foreigners from the shores of Japan and tried to sever ties with the rest of the world.



    The Dutch traders based in Nagasaki at the time petitioned and raised money to build a small, fan-shaped island just off the coast, to allow them to continue to ...

    Beautiful Stone Bridge

    A travel blog entry by chrismcg on Apr 15, 2015

    2 comments, 18 photos

    ... railroad rolling down to the wharf. Things changed after the war, the railway was moved to its current site and this area is now the focus point for high speed catamaran ferries, with the international port on the other side of the harbour. It is quite a pleasant area, with lots of restaurants along the wharf, and fishing off the wharf a popular pastime. Arthur was interested in an old side wheeler steamer that was tied alongside. There is a "tall masts" race ...