Hotel Saint Hill Nagasaki

Address: 4-10 Chikugo-machi, Nagasaki, Nagasaki, Kyushu-Okinawa, 850-0052, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Nagasaki Station area of Nagasaki, is near Dejima, Chinatown, Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum, and 26 Martyrs Museum and Shrine.
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Travel Blogs from Nagasaki

Arita: A Small Pottery Town in the Countryside

A travel blog entry by heatherandbrad on Oct 06, 2015

1 comment, 23 photos

... four days. We stayed in another Airbnb accommodation. This time it was a traditional Japanese guesthouse. The main house is owned by a famous Japanese artist who is currently living in Australia. He rents out the guest house out back. Miyuri is the women who is managing the property. We discovered that she spent many years in Canada and used to lead tour groups in BC and Alberta – it really is a small world. Her English is very good. Miyuri, volunteered to become ...

Day in Nagasaki

A travel blog entry by drmom on Jul 28, 2015

31 photos

... it was surprisingly similar to going into Ketchikan, Alaska…just much warmer and more humid.

We used the local tram system to get around. It was nice, easy to use, and inexpensive (unlimited rides for the 3 of us for the day for about $15). They have 4 different tram lines that can get you close to most of the sights. The stops are numbered so it’s relatively easy to keep track of where you need to get off.

We started off at ...

Japan's war torn past

A travel blog entry by gypsyfeet on Jul 07, 2015

1 comment, 43 photos

... The NZ Maori peace cloak made me feel a twinge of pride which I shared with a couple of other Kiwis who stopped by to read the plaque at the same time.

Next to the park just over the road is the bomb centre where it actually went off, 500 metres above the ground. It's left as an open space with just a single column in the middle and signs around the edges explaining the power of the explosion and the wave of human carnage which followed. ...


A travel blog entry by leticiag2013 on Jun 23, 2015

19 photos

... items from the event, and - what was most moving was to see - the effects of the atomic bomb on the people. It was heart breaking to to see the pictures. Did you know that people suffered years after this? Glass was being removed from a woman 10 years later and several cancers did not manifest till 10-15 years later. Second and third generations of the atomic bomb where affected. They may not have been present, but ...

Days 124-126 - Nagasaki - fish and lights

A travel blog entry by annadave on May 15, 2015

24 photos

... us some green tea and as it started pouring with rain, we watched the drops creating beautiful patterns on the water. As we left, there was a small pool of water on the way out and you could see bubbling through the sand at the bottom...the spring water coming through the ground! It was time to leave this charming area so we caught the train to Nagasaki centre. We had booked a few nights in a Catholic centre. This meant strictly gender segregated dorms, but it was cheap and meant to ...