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Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum Nagasaki
Unquestionably, this history overshadows everything else, yet today Nagasaki is a vibrant, charming and totally unique gem that begs to be explored far beyond the bomb museums, monuments and memorials.
Nagasaki atomic bomb museum is a must-see place whether you like visiting museums or not.
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Nagasaki Peace Memorial Hall for the Atomic Bomb Victims Nagasaki
If you are going to visit the peace museum, it is really worth while to spend a few minutes saying a prayer at this memorial hall.
Go to the Peace Park and Museum of the Atomic Bomb if you want to learn about history and how cruel man is.
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Nagasaki Museum of History and Culture Nagasaki
The museum contains many interesting and informative artefacts and displays focusing on Nagasaki’s history as a trading port and cultural exchange centre with China and the West.
... grab your free ENGLISH AUDIO GUIDE at the entrance and take your time wandering through this world-class museum .. .. The second-half of the museum will take you through a recreation of the beautiful MAGISTRAT...
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26 Martyrs Museum Nagasaki
Museum showcases History of Christianity in Japan before/during and after the Death of the 26 as well as hundreds (maybe 600 plus) over the years between late 1500's right in to the Meiji Restoration (1860's).
Built on the spot where hundreds of Christians were martyred, this museum houses artifacts, relics, and the amazing history of early Christianity in Japan.
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Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum Nagasaki
Built by the famous architect Kenzi Kuma, this museum IMHO is a real hidden gem.
The art museum itself is a major part of the attraction, both outside and in, with great views of the surrounding port/harbour area from the rooftop.
Maritime Self-Defense Force Sasebo Museum Sasebo
Museum is set up like the Mercedes Museum in Stuttgart, spiral you way up or down the multistory facility viewing along the way.
This museum is a well documented history of the Japanese navy.
Dejima Nagasaki
... like Dejima this is the lovingly restored pioneering days of trade in Japan well worth a visit beautifully restored buildings a living museum of sorts lovely gardens all joined by bridges to the main township.
This museum experience combines recreated full size buildings of the Dutch trading settlement, informative display, interactive exhibits for children and a recreation in miniature to explore this aspect of the his...
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Iki City Ikikoku Museum Iki
Gamadasu Dome (Mt. Unzen Disaster Memorial Hall) Shimabara
It is an excellent museum showing the inner workings of a volcano and the events of the eruption.
It is very touching to go inside this museum, you can find all the relevant information, photos and remains of the two eruptions in 1792 and 1991.
The Kyushu Ceramic Museum Arita-cho 9.1 mi away
Endo Shusaku Literary Museum Nagasaki
Moving Museum to one of Japan's underappreciated literary Greats...
Ever since I read his books a few years back, I really wanted to visited this museum dedicated to Endo san.
Nagasaki Shipyard Museum Nagasaki
The museum is in the Mitsubishi shipyard and is excellent.
The Museum is interesting with a video and displays of ship engines.
The Confucian Temple, the Chinese Museum of Successive Generations Nagasaki
A small museum is part of the property and, of course, the inevitable gift shop!
The Saga Prefectural Space & Science Museum Takeo 13.4 mi away
Nagasaki Museum of Traditional Performing Arts Nagasaki
Nagasaki Kameyama Shachu Nagasaki
Gunkanjima Digital Museum Nagasaki
We couldn’t go to the island due to a typhoon so went to the museum instead.
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The Former Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank Nagasaki Branch Museum Nagasaki
Matsuura Historical Museum Hirado
Tsushima Wildlife Conservation Center Tsushima
Higashiyamate Junibankan Nagasaki
De Rotz Father Memorial Museum Nagasaki
The museum is the explanation on why the shitsu village and all the other buildings around it is important to the history of catholicism in Japan, to Sotome Area and is a UNESCO site.
Siebold Memorial Museum Nagasaki
The museum was constructed in 1989 as a tribute to Dr Philip F von Siebold by the City of Nagasaki.
Remains of Dutch Trading House Hirado
Kakiemon Pottery Museum Arita-cho 9.2 mi away
Arima Christian Heritage Museum Minamishimabara
Shimanoyakata Hirado
Goto Kanko History Museum Goto
Inorino-oka Picture Book Museum Nagasaki
Mikawachiyaki Museum Sasebo