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When our ship docks at Nagasaki, my boyfriend and I would often pass by this park when going to the mall. We would often buy something to eat and would walk back to the park. We would seat on the bench and enjoy the beautiful...More
Walking towards the Nagasaki International Cruise Ship Terminal I crossed this park. Just a park, nothing special, but with great views on the Nagasaki port area, Mt. Inasa and Megami Ohashi Bridge. Across the waterway I had a great view towards a shipyard with (at...More
I visited this place on May 20, a Sunday. Around sunset time it wasn't crowded. Pedal boat are available on hire. But I missed this as I arrived near their closing time at about 4.30 pm. You get excellent view of the harbour. The ships...More
I have been here about 5 times and what I love about this park is its Lush green lawns and wide open spaces. You can throw a frisbee or sit on the slight encline on the hill under a cool tree. Beautiful boardwalk lines the...More
If using the streetcar, access this attraction by the stop at the Dejima station and then take a walk towards the harbor. Less than five minutes later will be the Nagasaki Port. The Seaside Park is sandwiched between the docking site of cruise ships and...More
Had wonderful weather, to walk along the boardwalk, and see people , with their family, pets play and enjoy the beautiful views.
You can continue and you will reach the port authority where you can book your tickets for the ferry or small ship to...More
Most people just quickly pass by the Nagasaki Seaside Park as they're speed walking to the the tram (as if the Peace Park won't be there if they're "late"). This park is a nice respite from the hustle of the day and from the cruise....More
Love the spacious and lovely park, with all the ships docking so nearby, and air so fresh.
Met lots of locals who brought their dogs out for walk here.
Beautiful place to strike up a conversation with dog owners here.
I always thought that promenading was a typically English/British thing, walking along the edges of a port or along a pier to show off your latest fashion or just to take in the sea air and enjoy the views.
In Nagasaki I was shown how...More