Hotel New Nagasaki

14-5 Daikoku-machi, Nagasaki, Nagasaki, Kyushu-Okinawa, 850-0057, Japan | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Nagasaki Station area of Nagasaki, is near Dejima, Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum, Suwa Shrine, and 26 Martyrs Museum and Shrine.
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    Travel Blogs from Nagasaki

    Nagasaki - Great day

    A travel blog entry by meznglenn on Sep 07, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... practise our "Japanese", evely wol we say svaps de r fo a l and de th fo a d. Anyone ristening as we wark wourd be dinking we a mad! We make ourselves laugh anyway. Nagasaki is very hilly and lots of steep paths and roads and lots of steps. First we come to a Shinto Shrine and along side of that is the entrance to the Ropeway. It's a quick 1km up the mountain and we arrive at the top about 333m above sea level. There is am observation tower that we walk up ...

    Naturally Nice Neat Nagasaki

    A travel blog entry by daniellagram1 on Sep 05, 2014

    6 photos

    ... on the 1637 Battle of Shimabara with a display of swords, amour and cultural artefacts. It also has an exhibit of early Christianity in Japan. From the top you get a good view of the town and out to sea. We then headed to a traditional Samaria village, and checked out the inside of a couple of houses. There was a natural spring running down the centre of the road. The houses are very basic, ...

    Nagasaki

    A travel blog entry by monkeypants on Sep 05, 2014

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... streets and onto the large wide main roads, the heat hit you like a sledgehammer. Thank goodness there were plenty of tight narrow roads to explore!

    After leaving the ship we walked for around about a mile until we reached Nagasaki train station. By that time, I think we realised that we had bitten off more than we could chew with our plan to walk all the way to the peace memorial and the epicentre of the atomic bomb ...

    Amazing City but No Night Life.

    A travel blog entry by adamphillipsuk on Jul 23, 2014

    60 photos

    ... as Gunship or Gunboat Island. Hashima is about the size of a football pitch and used to be home to over five thousand coal miners and their families. The mine was worked from the end of the nineteenth century and eventually closed in 1974 as it became unprofitable. What's left on the island is the decayed ruins of it former utilitarian, concrete community. The island is also famous for featuring in the latest James Bond film Skyfall as the base for ...

    Nagasaki, Day 2 in Japan

    A travel blog entry by piming on Jun 28, 2014

    95 photos

    ... area for foreign expatriates/missionaries. Took a walk up to Glover Garden, named after Mr. Glover, a British merchant who made his fortune in Nagasaki with successful mining business, then ship building empire. With his fortune, Mr. Glover provided substantial financial support to the later big names to open up Japan during Japan’s 明治維新.

    The area where foreign ...