Nagasaki always facisnates visitors on account for beautiful nature including stunning night view or turquoise ocean of the islands, their adorable local gourmet and so on. We cannot express this magnificent place in a word, so here are some articles about NAGASAKI.  

We hope you fully enjoy these articles and feel Nagasaki as closer as you'd expected. Also, we hope you to add this stunning place as your wish-list to explore and we'are always waiting you here in Nagasaki.

History and Culture

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    Nagasaki 3 days by Travel and Work

    Kaneko-san from Travel and Work, sharing her Facebook Live shooting with her experience in Japan especially cultual contents. She visited Hasami-town, Sasebo city and Ojika island in October, 2021. Here is the blog article from her.
    updated on: 7/2/2022

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    Higashi-Sonogi area

    The Higashi-Sonogi area is located southeast of Sasebo City. Ten years ago, the area suffered a sharp decline in population, so in 2015, they decided to launch a developmental project, called "Project RE +". Already in more than twenty locations, it has changed and revitalized the area ...
      updated on: 10/5/2021

  • Feel nature, feel local at OJIKA-1

    Feel nature, feel local at OJIKA

    Ojika Island is located north of the Goto Archipelago, with about 2400 inhabitants. The island is just like a village, where everyone seems to know each other more or less. It abounds beautiful landscapes and also has local products such as peanuts and smoked bonito. During three days...
    updated on: 30/4/2021

  • Mikawachi and Emukae-1

    Mikawachi and Emukae

    The towns of Mikawachi and Emukae are located on either side of Sasebo City. Both towns played an important role in the history of Kyushu. Mikawachi is well-known for its craftsmanship in the beautiful white...
    updated on: 26/4/2021

  • The Life and Culture of Shimabara Peninsula-1

    The Life and Culture of Shimabara Peninsula

    Shimabara Peninsula as we know it today is the product of developments following the 1991 eruption of volcano Mount Unzen. While the event is perhaps the most well-known fact about the region locally and internationally.....
    updated on: 1/2/2024



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    Where to Experience Nagasaki Café Culture

    Nagasaki, lying on the northwest of Kyushu is renowned for both its global outlook and profound connection to its rich and cultured history. A dichotomy of sorts, it embraces internationalism alongside tradition and customs. It’s no real surprise, then, that the prefecture has a diverse spectrum of cafés which encompass and encapsulate this charming duality...
    updated on: 27/1/2022

  • Top Must-Try Experiences-1

    Top Must-Try Experiences

    Since the beginning of foreign trade in Japan, Nagasaki Prefecture has been an important link between the country and East Asia. When you aren’t learning about history, what is there to do in this vibrant region located on the east coast of Kyushu? Well, Nagasaki has a rich culture worth experiencing on your next visit to Ojika island, Sasebo city, Higashisonogi and Nagasaki city.
    updated on: 27/1/2022

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    UKU Island

    Uku Island was formed by the volcanic eruption of Mt. Shirogatake. This island is the northernmost island of all the Goto Islands, and it is also the biggest among the surrounding islands. A long time ago, it had been very wealthy and prosperous thanks to trades with China and Korea, but today, there are less than 2000 residents...
    updated on: 13/5/2021


Sustainable Travel

  • Working Toward Sustainable Tourism - Ojika and Iki Islands-1

    Working Toward Sustainable Tourism - Ojika and Iki Islands

    With Japan’s borders open once again, visitors have started returning to the country. But a return of tourism doesn’t mean it should just revert to how it was before 2020. The world has changed, and a trip to the archipelago can be more productive and impactful than simply taking in local sights. That’s the guiding ethos of modern tourism in ....
    updated on: 2/2/2023



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