Petsa ng pag-update: 2015-12-30 15:37
  The Sasebo Port is located in the center of northwest Kyushu district, north of the prefecture, where it functions as a commercial port base for distribution of goods. Connecting Sasebo Port...
Petsa ng pag-update: 2015-12-22 14:22
  1. Nagasaki Chinatown
I will be introducing the next famous tourist area within Kyushu aside from Fukuoka: Nagasaki and Sasebo. There are many people all over the world who know of Nagasaki only as one of the places in Jap...
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Petsa ng pag-update: 2015-12-22 14:21
  1. Flowers at Peace Park
I went on a one-day trip to Nagasaki. The places I visited were the Peace Park, Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum, and Urakami Cathedral. The Peace Park and Peace Park Memorial Statue where the thoughts of...
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Petsa ng pag-update: 2015-12-22 14:21
1,000 different kinds of fish inhabiting in the Kujukushima Sea can be seen here at Umikirara. Furthermore, it’s also possible to feed, touch, and come into contact with various sea creatures. A dolph...
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Petsa ng pag-update: 2015-12-21 17:49
Dejima has been designated as a National Historic Site (as part of the Dejima Dutch Trading Post.) With the whole country having been secluded from the rest of the world for 200 years, it was Jap...
Petsa ng pag-update: 2015-12-21 17:47
Yumiharidake Observatory is an overlooking spot in Sasebo City where you can see both the greatness of the wilderness, as well as the urban sights in the area.   Looking out to the wes...
Petsa ng pag-update: 2015-12-21 17:45
  1. Nagasaki Chinatown
One of the three largest Chinatowns in Japan. If we're talking about eating Chinese food in Nagasaki, it's definitely here! Originally built as a warehouse for the use of the boats of the Tang Dynasty...
Petsa ng pag-update: 2015-12-21 17:40
  Glover Garden is where 6 Western-style houses from the Meiji period have been reconstructed, including the former Glover House, former Ringer House and former Alt House, which have been decl...
Petsa ng pag-update: 2015-12-21 17:30
11:02 AM, August 9, 1945. 3 days after the bombing of Hiroshima, about 150,000 people lost their lives as another bomb was dropped on the Urakami area of Nagasaki.   This museum shows the c...
Petsa ng pag-update: 2015-12-21 17:30
With the eruptions having begun from November 1990 and declared as having ended on 1996, just what happened in this land, and what was left? This museum was built in order to preserve the memory of th...

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