Richmond Hotel Nagasaki Shianbashi
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRichmond Hotel Nagasaki Shianbashi
Hotel location is good. Walking distance to Chinatown and the temple street.
couple of minutes walk from the tram station.
Clean and functional room with good breakfast. Very helpful staff who speaks very good English to help us to plan the travel from Nagasaki to Unzen
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Thursday morning and we had somewhat of a lie in until 8am, we have to start trying to get on NZ time to avoid jet-lag. We ventured out and grabbed coffee and a snack before walking to Dejima island. On the way we got sidetracked by some tall ships that were harboured in the bay, we took a walk around the waterfront to get some pictures and of …
We awoke this morning to grey skies filled with light rain, with our checkout not being until 11am and our train not leaving until 3:30pm we took a chance to relax in our room and the surrounding shopping mall. On our way to get a coffee we were stopped by a Japanese man who was very keen to say hello and introduce himself (in English) before …
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... the tragedies of any war is the innocent children and of course there were many. An atomic bomb was dropped on Nagasaki at 11:02 AM on August 9, 1945. Most of Nagasaki was destroyed and a tremendous number of lives were lost. The museum honors Dr. Nagai, who worked to end the survivors suffering and became a local hero. Nagasaki's population has focused not on the past but on a desire for world peace and the final exhibit is a reminder ...
The one Japanese city that I approached with apprehension and misunderstanding was Nagasaki. I really wish I knew why. Maybe it is because they have always taken a back seat in history to Hiroshima, I really don't know. Maybe because I never took the time to understand what its citizens suffered. Maybe it was because I knew that my brother’s life was spared because what happened here ended that war.
This I do know now that I been here ...