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The attraction is within 10 minutes’ walk from the tram stop, but the access includes a difficult climb up the hill, rather steep at certain points. It would be advisable for elders and persons with walking difficulty to take a short taxi ride from the...More
Have you seen the motion picture SILENCE? Please watch at least once before visiting the Hill & Museum .. .. Martin Scorsese used the museum as source for making SILENCE and made copies of the irreplaceable letters stored here to be used as a gift...More
Our first stop upon reaching Nagasaki, after 1.5 hrs from Hakata..
We walked a 15 mins slight uphill to the site, like a plaza, an open space area. Can be quite a challenging hike I would say, so be a little prepared.
Both the Twenty-Six...More
This Museum site is behind the Memorial Monument and on the actual Hill overlooking downtown Nagasaki (and Nagasaki Station) where 26 Martyr/Saints were killed after making a month-long walk from Osaka ostensibly for a show/capital punishment. Museum showcases History of Christianity in Japan before/during and...More