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A different way to enjoy Nagas...

Nagasaki is full of tourist attractions and its Electric Tramway is the most practical and easy way to see them. The tram has been...

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A landing tour to an island un...

Hashima Island is 35 minutes from Nagasaki Port by boat, and is nicknamed “Gunkanjima (Battleship Island)” because of its shape. I...

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Create your own original glass...

Blow-glass handicrafts called “vidro” have been produced in Nagasaki since 400 years ago, when Nagasaki flourished as a trade port...

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A sophisticated space in a ren...

Hasami ware, a nationally famous tableware with more than 400 years of history, has been long used as daily-use ware due to its st...

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The ultimate Nagasaki souvenir...

Castella cake is a well-known souvenir of Nagasaki. Recently, newly innovated and “kawaii (cute)” castella cakes alongside traditi...

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"Turkish rice" not from Turkey...

Nagasaki’s famous local specialty dish, "toruko (means Turkish) rice", includes a pork cutlet covered with demi-glace sauce on ric...

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Smooth, chewy and handmade udo...

Off the western coast of Nagasaki, the Goto Islands seem to be floating in the East China Sea. They preserve a tradition that has ...

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Delicious fruits stuffed in fl...

The very cute “daifuku” (rice cake) is born when seasonal fruits meet this fluffy rice cake. A total of 15 flavors of daifuku are ...

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