There’s much to see in this Nagasaki itinerary from the chilling atomic bomb history to influences from China and Europe and delicious food.
Nagasaki Champon is the city’s most famous regional dish. This filling Chinese inspired dish will have you smiling until the last sip.
Shianbashi and Doza represent Nagasaki’s best nightlife area, with gourmet food and great energy, but there’s more here than meets the eye.
Nagasaki with kids was the third day of our one-week road trip to Kyushu. Nagasaki si a lovely oceanside city with European touches and a traumatic history.
Goto udon is a delicious variation of udon, endemic to Nagasaki’s Goto Islands. Served boiling hot, it’s one heavenly ‘hellpot.’
Nagasaki trams are the most historic and nostalgic form of public transport in the city. Read on to find out how you can catch one!