A museum that houses artworks from the Middle Ages and modern Spanish art as well as Nagasaki related works of art.
- Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum
- Nagasaki Penguin Aquarium
Aquarium where you can meet 180 penguins from 9 out of the 18 species that inhabit the world!
- Nagasaki Peace Park
The park of Nagasaki citizens' wish for peace.
- Nagasaki Museum of History and Culture
A museum where you can learn about the connection between Nagasaki and foreign countries
- Nagasaki Kameyama Shachu Memorial Museum
A Museum of Sakamoto Ryoma who lead the revolution to overthrow the Edo Shogunate.
- Nagasaki Confucious Shrine
A shrine worshiping Confucius, take one step inside and feel as if you are in China.
- Nagasaki Chinatown
Gourmet, shopping and more; one of Japan's three biggest Chinatowns, along with Yokohama and Kobe!
- Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum
In this facility, you can experience the horror of the atomic bomb and see the importance of peace.
- Mount Inasa
A great viewing spot of the night view of Nagasaki, the city admired as one of the “three cities with the most spectacular night views in the world.”
The famous bridge that creating the image of a pair of spectacles with its two arches and their reflection in the water.
- Matsuura Historical Museum
The oldest mueum in Nagasaki that houses collections of feudal lords.
- Kujukushima Zoo and Botanical Garden Mori Kirara
A popular spot where you can meet a variety of animals and plants including flying penguins