26 Martyrs Memorial
26 Martyrs Museum
Just next door the memorial wall, which commemorates the murder of the 26 Christians who died here in the 16th-century, this museum...
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This temple, surrounded by serene gardens, is not to be confused with Sōfuku-ji. It contains an arched stone gate dating from 1657. The...
Away from Shianbashi but worth the trip, this cool spot has a wine store fronting a warren of rooms for sampling wines, shōchū and...
Beside JR Nagasaki station Amu Plaza has a surprisingly varied restaurant arcade.
Lonely Planet review
This is a memorial wall with reliefs of the 26 Christians crucified in 1597, commemorating a harsh crackdown when six Spanish friars and 20 Japanese were killed. The youngest killed were boys aged 12 and 13. Behind the memorial is a simple museum with Christianity-related displays. The memorial is five minutes' walk from JR Nagasaki station.