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... with HUGE Buddha 觀音菩薩. Turned out this temple used to be the largest temple in Japan before being totally destroyed by A-bomb. What I saw is a rebuilt. Behind the temple are grave yards, which reminded me of 九份.
Most buildings are on hills in Nagasaki. The area very much reminded me of Keelung (port & mountains), and some of San Francisco (hilly part).
... place. Alot of Portugese and Chinese influence in the dishes, and even American. One place is called Big Man ( couldn't quite bring themselves to call it Fat Man) and it serves burgers of course.
It's funny in Japan in that they try and find something that will describe something in a unique way to make it special. It's got to be the oldest, the biggest, the first etc. For example, in the Glover gardens I saw the ...
Then it was time to go to sleep. I was tired from being on the train for 9 hours. While walking back to the hostel, I stumbled upon this interesting courtyard where it looked kind of like a shrine. I took a picture, walked around it a little, then kept on.
After arriving back at the hostel, which is literally a block from Nagasaki Harbor (which you will see pictures of in tomorrow's entry), I went to sleep. (Note: fatso skipped dinner.)
... by the bomb. Only half of the torii gate remained standing and so they made a shrine out of it. I saw another sign pointing to a cathedral in Nagasaki. Since the Portuguese traded with Japan but also did missionary work, there is a small group of christians in Japan. It was another 1,5km walk but i had no further plans yet and a church in Japan is not something you see everyday. When i got to the walkway up to the church there was already a sign that you were not allowed to ...
... to tell you something; Mia has also had a boyfriend and crush too! And I've forgotten who's Mia's boyfriend is. But beautiful innocent Mathew is on the hook! I don't want to leave him, noooooooooooo!!! Anyway, thanks for listening diary! XOXO ...