Nagasaki’s 7 Illuminated Beauty


1- Oura Church
 
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Oura Church decorated with bright lights to bring out the whiteness of the walls.

2- Megami Bridge

 
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For festivals and holidays Megami Bridge is decorated with custom color schemes. In daily life The main color of the lightening is white.

3- Glover Garden
 
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Glover Garden is a place where you can also watch the beautiful view of the city lights.

 
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4- Mineto Park

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Mineto Park is renewed in 1994. It’s a Chinese style park that Nagasaki Lantern Festival takes place every year.

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5- Urakami Church
 
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It’s built by the Christians in 1895. After it got destroyed by the atomic bomb its renewed in 1959 and before the pope visit in 1980 its bricks renewed.

6- Dejima’s White Walls
 
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For more than 200 years, during the isolation of Japan, Dejima was the gate to trades and cultural exchange.
Dejima’s white walls are lighted.


7- Stone Bridges On the Nagashima River such as Megane-bashi, Ichiran-bashi, Susukihara-bashi,Higashi-Shinbashi Bridge

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If you are planning to visit Japan and Nagasaki or want to learn more about Nagasaki don’t forget to check Nagasakicool. You can find their free magazine on their website. And follow them on social media. 



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