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Nagasaki

Summary

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It is located in the warmest Kyushu region, and is surrounded by the beautiful sea. It is attractive with blessed abundant marine products and its rich nature. The land is historic and the shipbuilding industry is thriving.

Climate (temperature / precipitation)

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Source:Japan Metrogical Agency

The climate characteristics is, small temperature difference throughout the year. From rainy season to summer, days of high‐temperature and humidity that caused damp will continue.

Cost of living

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Foods recommended by locals

Nagasaki Champon

pic_dummy.png"Nagasaki Champon" is so famous that chain stores are opened all over the country. It is popular as a noodle dish that uses plenty of vegetables. In Nagasaki, it has been popular at home for a long time.

Nagasaki Kasutera

pic_dummy.pngNagasaki once prospered as an important trading port with the West. Therefore, Castella was the first Western sweets that entered Japan through Nagasaki. It has spread all over the country and is now popular as "Nagasaki Castella".

Famous places / spots recommended by locals

Unzenjigoku

pic_dummy.pngIt is the main spot in the hot spring town, where hot springs welling up everywhere and steam is closing in. The scene is just like hell ... You can also try hot spring eggs steamed in Unzen Jigoku.
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Gunkanjima(Hashima)

pic_dummy.pngIt is an island located about 19km southwest of Nagasaki Port. In 2015, it was registered as a World Cultural Heritage Site. It was also a location for making anime, and you are able to experience the history of Japanese coal industry from a cruise.
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