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      31.08.2004 08:22



      • "Somewhat confusing layout"

      Nagasaki is on the island of Kyushu, which is in south west Japan. Perhaps most famous in the Western world for being A-bombed at the end of World War 2, the Peace park and related Museum are still top tourist attractions, particularly for Japanese schoolchildren.However Nagasaki is also famous within Japan for having one of the largest Chinatowns in the country, (Yokohama also has a sizable one) and for its Catholic heritage, being the place where Catholic missionaries arrived first around 400 years ago.Nagasaki is also one of the few places in Japan which still has trams. Sasebo, another town in the Nagasaki region, is also well worth a visit, because the many beautiful islands in the bay make it perhaps one of the most picturesque sights in Kyushu. The first Europeans to visit Japan were mostly Portugese and Dutch and they have left their mark here.. the word for bread in Japanese is pan, from Portugese. There is a sizable Dutch theme park north of Nagasaki called Huis Ten Bosch, which is expensive, {and not as entertaining as Tokyo Disneyland} but still features beautiful recreations of Dutch houses, and exhibitions of Dutch food. When we went my wife, who is from Kyushu, insisted we try the fresh oysters which are grilled on the beach for you at a small town nearby. The local Nagasaki dish is Champon, a tasty noodle stew featuring alarming rubbery tentacles.


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