The Must-See Spots in Nagasaki City (1 Day)
Discover Nagasaki's diverse charms and attractions in addition to the popular sightseeing spots. Nagasaki City has charming and convenient trams, but learn to ride the buses and expand the areas you can enjoy.
Travel around the city using a One-Day Bus Pass (can only use it for buses operated by Nagasaki City).
・Transportation: Walking, Bus
- Required Time：1day
- Means of Transportation：walk, by bus
Approx. 10 min. by bus via Bus No. 1 from Nagasaki Station to Peace Park
A place of prayers for world peace and the souls of the atomic bomb victims
Approx. 5 min. walk
The Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum
The Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum covers the history of this event in the accessible form of a story. It begins with the disastrous scene of the attack and includes the events leading up to the dropping of the atomic bomb, the reconstruction of Nagasaki up to the present day, the history of nuclear weapons development, and the hope for a peaceful world free of nuclear weapons.
Comparing the scenes of Nagasaki immediately after the bombing with the appearance of the city today, one cannot help but be impressed by the remarkable spirit of survival and the immutable strength of the people of Nagasaki.
|Hours of Operation||8:30～17:30（Last entry at 17:00） ※Hours of operation may change depending on the season.|
Approx. 5 min. walk
Nagasaki Hypocenter Park
Ground Zero of the Atomic Bombing in Nagasaki
Approx. 15 min. walk
Sanno Shrine and the One-Legged Torii Gate
Approx. 5 min. walk, then approx. 20 min. by bus (Bus No. 20 from Iwakawamachi～Takaracho, then Bus No. 10 or Bus No. 50 from Takaracho～Sofukuji Temple Entrance), then approx. 5 min. walk
|Hours of Operation||8:00～17:00|
Approx. 10 min. walk
An atmospheric townscape lined with temples
Teramachi Street has 14 temples and two shrines built along this road at the foot of Mt. Kazagashira. This collection of exotic and historic temples also includes Sofukuji Temple and Kofukujii Temple, which are national treasures. It is also unusual in Japan for temples to be lined up in a row like this.
Approx. 5 min. by tram (Civic Hall Tram Stop～Nagasaki Station Tram Stop), then approx. 10 min. by bus (Bus No. 3 or Bus No. 4 from Nagasaki Station～Ropeway-mae)
Mt. Inasa & Nagasaki Ropeway
Selected as one of the Top 3 Night Views in the World in 2012
|Hours of Operation||8:00～22:00|
Descend the mountain via ropeway, then approx. 10 min. by bus (Bus No. 20 or Bus No. 40 from Ropeway-mae〜Nagasaki Station)
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