Professional sightseeing drivers will guide you around Nagasaki's sights and popular courses comfortably by taxi.

Standard A course

Recommended for first-time visitors

長崎市内観光スタンダードコース

Time Required 3hrs.
Full Size (Deluxe) / Max 4 12,000 yen
Full Size (Deluxe) / Max 4 17,100 yen
Jumbo (Special Full Size) / Max 9 17,700 yen
DOES NOT include permission fees and parking
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Pick Up Location

We will pick you up at any station, hotel, or place where you want in the central city.

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Atomic Bomb Hypocenter (Ground Zero)

Nagasaki’s Atomic Bomb Hypocenter is the location directly below the explosion of the atomic bomb that devastated Nagasaki on 9 August 1945.
You can view the bombed wall of Urakami Cathedral, many monuments of prayer, a layer of the ground at the time of explosion, and so on.

Atomic Bomb Hypocenter (Ground Zero)
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Peace Park

In the peace park, you can view a statue of a man. The statue’s right hand points to the threat of nuclear weapons while the extended left hand symbolizes eternal peace. The mild face symbolizes divine grace and the gently closed eyes offer a prayer for the repose of the bomb victims’ souls. The folded right leg and extended left leg signify both meditation and the initiative to stand up and rescue the people of the world. You can also view a row of monuments contributed by various nations that form the zone of symbols of world peace. For instance, the park features the Fountain of Peace, which was built in remembrance of a little girl who wandered in search of water.

Peace Park
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Takashi Nagai Memorial Museum (Nyokodo)

Takashi Nagai was a physician specializing in radiology and a survivor of the atomic bombing of Nagasaki. He was working in the radiology department of Nagasaki Medical College Hospital. He received a serious injury that severed his right temporal artery, but joined the rest of the surviving medical staff in dedicating themselves to treating the atomic bomb victims. He had a small hut built from pieces of his old house and named it “Nyokodo”. Nyoko-dō is translated literally “As-Yourself Hall”, after Jesus’ words, “Love your neighbor as yourself.”

Takashi Nagai Memorial Museum (Nyokodo)
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Urakami Cathedral

Urakami Cathedral is a bombed Catholic cathedral which is located near Nagasaki’s Ground Zero. You can view the headless statues of the saints, the bell tower that was blown off by the atomic bomb, and a wooden figure of the Virgin Mary which miraculously survived the heat of the nuclear blast. The church was rebuilt after the tragedy and mass is still held to this date.

Urakami Cathedral
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Atomic Bomb Museum

The museum exhibits extensive materials, both print and reproductions, on the actual bombing and latest nuclear weapons. It aims to contribute to the abolition of nuclear weapons, and the realization of lasting world peace. You can also listen to the voice recordings of the atomic bomb survivors.

Atomic Bomb Museum
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Sanno Shrine (One-Legged Troii)

The well-known One-legged Arch is located about 800 meters south-east of the atomic bomb hypocenter. It was one of the unanticipated results of the atomic bomb blast at the entrance of Sanno Shrine. In addition, you can see surviving trees (KUSUNOKI) that have become another living demonstration of destruction. Despite the bomb’s shock waves, the trees survived and they were designated as a natural monument.

Sanno Shrine (One-Legged Troii) width=
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Megane-bashi(Spectacles Bridge)

The arch-shaped stone bridge crosses the Nakashima River. It is one of the most important national cultural properties. There are heart-shaped stones in the rock arrangement which are hidden around the bridge. Why don’t you try to find them?

Megane-bashi(Spectacles Bridge)
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Bekko (Tortoiseshell) Work Craft Museum

Bekko (Tortoiseshell) is one of the traditional work crafts in Nagasaki. You can see the tortoiseshell work; they make great souvenirs.

Bekko (Tortoiseshell) Work Craft Museum
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Sofukuji Temple

The main temple is a national treasure and there are many important cultural properties and assets. You can pass through the gate and see its delicate decoration up close.

Sofukuji Temple
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Hollander (Dutch) Slope

European residents of Nagasaki had been called “OLAMDA-SAN” (Dutchmen). They have been using this slope, and that’s where the origin of the name comes from. It’s a bit steep. You can stand firmly on the stone pavement and look around the old European style buildings.

オランダ坂
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Confucian Shrine

It`s built using Chinese traditional architecture. This temple is used as an intercultural place. It’s popular for praying for school success. The Historical Museum of China is also located here.

Confucian Shrine
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Glover Garden

This World Heritage site is known as Glover House. There are many historical European style houses with beautiful green gardens. Please enjoy the exotic atmosphere of the Nagasaki Harbor from the top of the hill.

Glover Garden
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Oura Cathedral

The oldest wooden Christian architecture in Japan, it has been designated a national treasure. The Gothic style and beautiful stained glasses are the main features of this church.

Oura Cathedral
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Drop off Location

We will drop you off any station or place where you want around the central city.

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