Amakusa Plaza Hotel

4-8 Sakae-machi, Amakusa, Kumamoto Prefecture, Kyushu-Okinawa, 863-0022, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Amakusa

Nagasaki - The last port of call

A travel blog entry by markallen

... could scrounge together), a trip to the restored part of Dejima Island (the man-made island on which the Ducth were allowed to stay - the single place of direct trade with the outside world during the Edo period) and a nice walk around the harbour (very ...

Betsy & Jamie explore Nagasaki

A travel blog entry by jamiekrussell


... volunteered the teenage boy next to her to get off the street car with us at our stop so he could help with our bags and then help us find our hotel, which again at this point we knew where we were going. Our stop came and she eagerly hopped up and made sure we knew it was time to get off. The teenage boy came with us and we only got to the corner when another Japanese woman heard her talking to the boy about the name of our hostel and come to find out, this new Japanese ...

Nagasaki...Laid back city with interesting history

A travel blog entry by vadetotravel


... of Block away was Dejima the former fanshaped island and Dutch trading post which has been partly reconstructed based on old paintings drawings and photographs. The Dutch were not allowed to enter mainland so were stuck on the island. Only one time a year the chief merchant was allowed to visit the shogun in Edo now Tokyo a roundtrip of 90 days. Interesting to learn how japan learned from the west and vice versa... Holland ...

Arrived in Nagasaki

A travel blog entry by edmundneo


Without much success despite trying out a couple more car rental companies, had to turn to Plan B! But what's plan B? Is there a plan B....

The direct coach ride from the airport to Nagasaki was about 2-3 hours.
Plan of visiting the scenic pottery villages in Okawachiyama and Arita was gone!



A travel blog entry by andreweustace


... to get off the ship was quite long.
Finally at about 1.30 we made it to the port. They had free wifi so we could check in on Facebook, but that was about all we could do, as it was so slow. We then purchased an all day tram pass for 500yen (about $5) and caught the tram to the peace park and atomic bomb museum($2 entry)They were quite interesting places to visit, to see the history of Nagasaki.


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