Nagasaki Harbour Cruises
Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum
Designed by Kuma Kengo (the architect behind Tokyo's Nezu Museum), this museum straddles a canal in an environmentally friendly building...
In 1641, the Tokugawa shogunate banished all foreigners from Japan, with one exception: Dejima, a fan-shaped, artificial island 560m in...
The small museum, a cluster of small buildings, has exhibits on the Dutch and other foreign contact with Nagasaki, and free walking-tour...
From the mid-17th century until 1855, the small isolated Dutch trading post of Dejima provided Japan its only peephole to the world...
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Nagasaki Harbour Cruises information
This offers a great way to glimpse picturesque Nagasaki. From 20 July to 31 August join the one-hour midnight cruise (around ¥1600), then stroll over to Dejima Wharf for a drink or late bite.