Among the new restaurants sits this stalwart, in business since 1624, and a must for history buffs and those with a taste for Japanese sweets. Bite-size cube options are perfect for gifts.
It's not that the snacks, candy, Castella cakes, toys and trinkets are so unique – or great, for that matter. It's that this gift shop adjacent to Peace Park donates its profits to hibakusha (atomic-bomb survivor) o…
Beside JR Nagasaki Station, Amu Plaza has a surprisingly varied restaurant arcade.
Shopping mall and restaurants, with a Ferris wheel on top.
One of Nagasaki's landmark shopping complexes.