Business Hotel Emily

Address: 4-5 Sakaemachi, Goto, Nagasaki Prefecture, Kyushu-Okinawa, 853-0001, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 4-5 Sakaemachi, Goto.
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Travel Blogs from Goto

Nagasaki ,Japan

A travel blog entry by hfs on May 26, 2015

5 comments, 7 photos

... until we were almost out of sight, a perfect evening, calm and warm. Onward to Osaka in two day’s time… Illness is epidemic, the “FLU”, and if either of us escape ..being on buses with 80% who are effected, [one of our buses made people get off ,and buy masks at the first stop, of course in Asia if you are ill ,you wear a mask to protect others… ] it will be a miracle, but managed one great day in Japan ..so far…
Love from us in ...

Day 30: Nagasaki

A travel blog entry by millieandjames on May 03, 2015

7 photos

After frantic attempts to get tickets for a tour of Gunkanjima (Battleship island - as seen in Skyfall!), an abandoned settlement following the collapse of the coal industry, we decided to spend a second day exploring Nagasaki. Unfortunately it TIPPED it down with rain so some of our sightseeing was a bit hampered. WE DID: - walked to see Megane-bashi ('spectacles bridge' - due to its ...

Day 29: Nagasaki

A travel blog entry by millieandjames on May 02, 2015

2 photos

... about it. - Walked through the Shianbashi area. - Drank at a recently opened bar (2nd day) and chatted to three TEFL teacher who are based here: swapped some funny stories of our experiences so far. WE LOVED: - checking into the most luxurious hotel so far! - (loved?) Comparing Nagasaki's experience of the Atomic bomb with what we had seen in Hiroshima. 'Fat man' was twice as powerful as 'little boy' and Nagasaki was not the original target ...

Nagasaki Blogs, April 22nd - 24th

A travel blog entry by donnellyramble on Apr 24, 2015

125 photos

... again was established by a Chinese monk. The temple door itself had actually been carved in pieces in China and shipped over. The woodwork on the entranceway alone was stunning; intricately carved and painted in a rainbow of colours.

There was a huge iron pot preserved, with a plaque informing us that despite prejudices faced by Chinese residents in Japan at the time, when there was a great famine in the 1600s, the local Chinese ...

Beautiful Stone Bridge

A travel blog entry by chrismcg on Apr 15, 2015

2 comments, 18 photos

... duh!). Needless to say we didn't quite meet all the essential criteria but, hey, one out of three ain't bad.

The bridge was built in 1634 by Chinese Zen priest, Mozi of Kofukiji Temple and it is the oldest remaining stone arch bridge in Japan.

There are many bridges in Nagasaki linking either side of the harbour as well as over tidal inlets that flow through the suburbs of Nagasaki. The Spectacles Bridge is one of many strung along ...