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 If you want to see around the Nagasaki City, You should try using "Street Car". it is a transportation that is easy to travel with and good for your budget. There are four lines you can use as Street Car Route. Here are places you can visit with using Green Line. 


1-Siebold Memorial Museum 

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Siebold came to Japan to attend Dutch Trading House as a doctor. He opened Narutaki Juku which was a great contribution to "modern medicine" education. 


2-Suwa Shrine 

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Suwa Shrines were burnt down during the provincial wars by Christians. They were relocated to a high hill where sees the whole city. Local people call "Osuwa-san" to this place. and in every autumn Nagasaki Kunchi Festival which is one of the 3 biggest Kunchi festivals is held. 


3- Kameyama Shachu Memorial Museum 

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There are things belong to end of Edo period. Kameyama Shachu(Group) and its members are introduced in this museum. it explains the role of Kameyama Shachu and Nagasaki in the Modernization of Japan. Its a place 15 minutes walk from Shinsaiku Street Car Stop. 


4-Oura Cathedral 

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it's the oldest wooden Gothic style church in Japan which is also a national treasure. 

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5-Bekko Craft Museum 

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The building of Nagasaki Custom's Kudarimatsu Office which was built in 1898 is used as a museum. There are valuable Bekko Crafts and engineering tools. Also, the building itself has importance as a cultural asset. 


6- Former Hong kong & Shangai Bank Nagasaki Branch Museum 

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This Western-style building made in 1904, has 3 floors. The first floor was used to be a bank and nowadays its used as a concert hall and exhibition hall. You can learn more about Nagasaki history at 2nd and 3rd floor. 

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7-Confucian Shrine - Historical Museum of China 

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it's made by Chinese people for worshipping Confucius. There are monuments brought from China including 72 philosophers and statues of Confucius.

Information From: Nagasaki Guide 

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