A Model Course Using Our Trip Tickets

A Model Course Using Our Trip Tickets-1

We are giving away a set of 4 bus tickets that will take you from Fukuoka to go around Nagasaki, Sasebo, and Huis Ten Bosch! Whether you are a first-timer or a repeat visitor, now is your chance to travel to Nagasaki. We are running a campaign where, if you complete the questionnaire by December 31, 2023, you may get a set of four bus tickets that will take you from Fukuoka to go around Nagasaki, Sasebo, and Huis Ten Bosch. 
So, if you were to win, what kind of trip would you take in Nagasaki? Here’s a model course that allows you to travel around Nagasaki at a reasonable price!

  • Required Time:4days
  • Means of Transportation:Bus
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[Day 1] Arrive at Fukuoka Airport

[Day 1] Arrive at Fukuoka Airport-1

First, pick up your bus tickets from the bus information counter inside the Fukuoka Airport International Terminal.
If you show the email you received when you answered the questionnaire at the counter, you can receive your tickets immediately.

Move to Huis Ten Bosch via Express Bus


※ 1st ticket: Use a one-way express bus ticket from Fukuoka to Sasebo or Huis Ten Bosch (reservation required)
  ・To reserve seats on the express bus, we recommend making reservations in advance by phone
  ・We also recommend sightseeing in Fukuoka on the first day and going to Nagasaki and Sasebo on the second day

1hour 30min
(depart from Fukuoka Airport International at 11:27 am and arrive at 1:01 pm)

Enjoy a Day at Huis Ten Bosch

Enjoy a Day at Huis Ten Bosch-1
Huis Ten Bosch is a theme park that recreates the streets of the Netherlands! With various attractions, gourmet food, photo spots, and more, you can stay all day without a single dull moment. 

At night, the entire park is covered with dazzling illuminations. Enjoy the magical atmosphere to your heart's content, then check into a hotel on the park grounds to relieve any fatigue.

photo: ©HuisTenBosch/J-21145

​​​​​​[Day 2] Move from Huis Ten Bosch to Sasebo Bus Center via general bus


※ 2nd ticket: A general bus ticket from Huis Ten Bosch to Sasebo Bus Center (no reservation required)  .


Sightseeing in Sasebo

Sightseeing in Sasebo-1

Sasebo City is a city blessed with an international culture, gourmet food such as the Sasebo Burger and Lemon Steak, and a rich natural environment, including the countless Kujuku Islands floating in the beautiful sea.


Kujukushima Pearl Sea Resort

A resort that can be considered as the gateway to Saikai National Park. This facility is packed with the charms of the Kujuku Islands, including marine sports, pleasure boats, and an aquarium. Relax in the untouched nature featuring clear seas, a refreshing breeze, and an endless blue sky.

Move from Sasebo Bus Center to Nagasaki Station


※ 3rd ticket: A one-way express bus ticket from Sasebo Bus Center to Nagasaki Station (no reservation required.

1hour 30min

Move from Nagasaki Station to Mt. Inasa

Move from Nagasaki Station to Mt. Inasa-1

Change buses in front of Nagasaki Station and head to Mt. Inasa, one of Japan's top three-night views.

Mt. Inasa Night View
Take the ropeway from the foot of the mountain to the observation deck at the summit.
The glass gondola offers a 360-degree wide view, making it feel like you're walking through the air.
From the observation deck, which is 333 meters above sea level,
you’re sure to feel the romantic atmosphere while gazing upon the gorgeous night view of the city surrounding Nagasaki Port.

[Day 3] Sightseeing in Nagasaki

[Day 3] Sightseeing in Nagasaki-1

Let's enjoy choosing sightseeing spots in Nagasaki City!

Nagasaki City is a land that has cultivated a unique culture influenced by Western and Chinese influences,
and its unique characteristics can be seen throughout the city including in its buildings, food, and lifestyle habits.

Here are a few spots we recommend for those visiting the city!

Glover Garden

Glover Garden-1

In addition to three Western-style buildings, including the former Glover House, which is registered as a World Heritage Site, historic buildings built during the Meiji period have been relocated and restored.
Among the stone pavements that retain their Western style, there’s a heart shape hidden somewhere, so try your hand at finding it!

Nagasaki Peace Park

Nagasaki Peace Park-1

This facility was built to bring light to the aftermaths of the atomic bomb and convey the importance of peace.
The peace statue has a characteristic pose — its right hand points toward the sky, symbolizing the "threat of the atomic bomb," its left is stretched out horizontally symbolizing "peace," and its lightly closed eyelids symbolize "praying for the souls of the atomic bomb victims."

Megane-Bashi (Spectacles Bridge)

Megane-Bashi (Spectacles Bridge)-1

It’s said that this name came from the arched stone bridge and the shadows reflected on the river surface, which look like glasses.
It is one of the oldest existing arched stone bridges and is one of Japan's three most famous, along with Tokyo's Nihonbashi Bridge and Kintaikyou Bridge in Yamaguchi. It’s even been designated as a National Important Cultural Property.
Heart-shaped stones located along the Nakashima River seawall, including Megane-Bashi (Spectacles Bridge), are attracting attention as “power spots” for success in love, so we recommend looking for them when you visit!

Hashima Island (Gunkanjima Island)

Hashima Island (Gunkanjima Island)-1

"Hashima Island” located approximately 40 minutes from Nagasaki Port, is a man-made island that is nicknamed "Gunkanjima" due to its appearance.
This island once prospered from coal mining, and now you can take advantage of landing tours to view the island.
It is also registered as a World Cultural Heritage Site, and you can see the once-flourishing historic landscape with your own eyes.


Japan's only window to Europe during the national isolation period.
Dejima Protestant Seminary, a restored and preserved wooden two-storey building constructed in 1877, was Japan's first Protestant seminary. Here, we have experimented with exhibitions using models and graphics that take two perspectives - "Dejima, the Center of Trade," which focuses on Dejima's trading history, and "Dejima, the Center of Culture," which highlights the island's function as a window on cultural exchange. These exhibitions provide details on Dejima's creation as well as its transition, articles of commerce, life on Dejima, and the history up to the period of foreign settlement after Japan was opened to the world. This history is essential not only to an understanding of current Nagasaki culture, but also to a wider understanding of the very development of Japanese culture. It is full of highly interesting discoveries as well as buildings currently undergoing restoration. For example, the annex building, a restored former stone warehouse constructed after Japan's opening to the world, contains exhibits of archeological finds on Dejima.
Address 850-0862 長崎県長崎市出島町6-1
TEL 095-821-7200
Hours of Operation 8:00~21:00(Last entry at 20:40)

[Day 4] Move from Nagasaki Ekimae Bus Terminal to Fukuoka Airport International Terminal


※ 4th ticket: A one-way express bus ticket from Nagasaki to Fukuoka (reservation required)

2hour 20mins

Return to Fukuoka Airport

Doesn’t sound exciting to use all four tickets to take a trip around Nagasaki?
Don't miss out on a valuable chance to enter by answering the questionnaire!
All that's left to do afterwards is pack your bags and hop on a plane!


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