Toyoko Inn Nagasaki Eki Mae

5-45, Goshima-cho, Nagasaki, Nagasaki, Kyushu-Okinawa, 850-0036, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Nagasaki


A travel blog entry by gadelle


We had bought regular fare tickets to get to Nagasaki, but the train we boarded in Shimabara was not direct. We were given a little slip of paper to show at the transfer point.

When we reached the transfer point, we followed to tide of people and wound up on the Kamome train. It was very fancy. Too fancy, in fact.

"Are these …

Battleship Island

A travel blog entry by maxieduncan


I'd actually forgotten Gunkan-jima was off Nagasaki until I got here but it's one of the sites in japan I've really wanted to visit. It's become most famous recently because the latest Bond film had it's ending set here. It's a small island that 5000 people used to be squeezed onto all in order to support mining the coal under the seabed around it. They used to work in heat of over 30 degrees Celsius and went ...


A travel blog entry by maxieduncan


It was a beautiful cloudless day when I left Kagoshima. The train took about three hours to Nagasaki where the weather was fine if a bit hazy. Nagasaki is a cool place. Sometimes you arrive somewhere and it's just got a vibe that really appeals to you; Nagasaki is one of those places for for me. I'm already regretting only having two nights here. Could have skipped Kagoshima and definitely Beppu for a bit ...

The Dutch can build slopes!

A travel blog entry by benandmartin


Nagasaki 10 March - 13 March by Martin

Nagasaki is best known for being the second place that America nuked in WWII. So obviously the main attractions are the Atomic Bomb Museum and Memorial Hall. These are both pretty cool places to visit giving you a real idea of how stupid it is to use atomic weapons (just in case you were in any doubt). There's also a peace park which is a nice idea but poorly executed. I took ...

Nagasaki - The last port of call

A travel blog entry by markallen

Days 16 & 17 in Nagasaki featured some long walks, some more cemeteries (the best views), a hike up Mount Inasa with a dance at the top, a journey down on the cable car (which scared Emily a bit), a meal of the local speciality of Champon (with the last few ...

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This hotel, located in the Nagasaki Station area of Nagasaki, is near Dejima, Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum, Chinatown, and Confucius Shrine and Museum of Chinese History.
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