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Mount Inasa Observatory was our first sightseeing spot with its spectacular view of Nagasaki harbor. As the ropeway was bit expensive, we took the city bus that took us to the parking lot of the observatory which was a nice ride offering decent views of...More
It offers panoramic vistas of this beautiful city. Cars are allowed up to the observation tower although we walked from the lower level car park.There's a nice cafe and restaurant, and the building is served with an elevator. The night view is just as fantastic.
Went there around 5.30 to wait for sunset & the night view. Get a good spot before the crowds come in at night. It’s indeed a stunning view,360 degrees of whole Nagasaki & even the outer islands as the weather is so good. Definitely worth...More
The entrance station can be hard to find on foot. I wondered around in the dark and nearly gave up. The tram ride up was fast and informative. The guide recognized an English speaker and activated the translation for me. Excellent customer service!
Getting up the mountain was a challenge as we couldn’t read the signs. We thought we had to walk up and it wasn’t the best weather out that night. We eventually crossed a car and decided we better go back down to get the car....More
I arrived at the summit just before sundown, and was thereby able to take in this breathtaking view in the daylight, sundown, and after dark. The night view is considered one of the top in the world, and I agree. Serene and transfixing. The ropeway...More
Nice evening and night view of the Nagasaki city lights, but it's nothing that special to make up for the jostling crowds every night. There's an even better view of the sunset from the opposite side of the viewing platform, which is a lot less...More
If you can get to Nagasaki Station, there's bus No. 5 right outside it that will take you to like more than halfway up the mountain and you can walk up for like 20 minutes from where you get off the bus; that will be cheaper... More
If you can get to Nagasaki Station, there's bus No. 5 right outside it that will take you to like more than halfway up the mountain and you can walk up for like 20 minutes from where you get off the bus; that will be cheaper than taking the cable car (back in last June when I went there, that was like the only way, I think the ropeway was under renovation or something at that time).