In Teramachi, this Ōbaku temple (Ōbaku is the third-largest Zen sect after Rinzai and Sōtō) was built in 1629 by Chinese monk Chaonian....
Known as Ken's bar, for the American owner who holds court in both English and prodigious Nagasaki dialect, this cheerful bar has big...
Patrons have been ordering the hito-kuchi gyōza (one-bite gyōza; ¥380 for 10) at this rustic hole-in-the-wall since the 1970s. Also...
7-34 Maruyama-machi · interesting places nearby
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This cosy family-run country-music bar oozes Americana with a Japanese twist. You'll feel welcome here and the Western bar snacks tempt. It's off the main street before the steps to Maruyama.