During Japan's long period of seclusion, Chinese traders were theoretically just as restricted as the Dutch, but in practice they were...
The small museum, a cluster of small buildings, has exhibits on the Dutch and other foreign contact with Nagasaki, and free walking-tour...
In 1641, the Tokugawa shōgunate banished all foreigners from Japan, with one exception: Dejima, a fan-shaped, man-made island 560m in...
Known as Ken's bar, for the American owner who holds court in both English and prodigious Nagasaki dialect, this cheerful bar has big...
The English-language signage outside may be a little wacky ('Be skilled the world of a wonderful scorch bird' etc), but inside the...
10-16 Shinchi-chō · interesting places nearby
At this Shinchi Chinatown standby, the cheerful staff dressed in black with white aprons has been serving southern Chinese cuisine since the Shōwa Era. The ¥800 lunch set meals (noodle dishes, sweet and sour pork, etc) are a good deal, or for a splurge, try Peking duck (¥5000).