Nagasaki Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia 28 Comments / By zyulkyar / June 27, 2020 Nagasaki – a charming port city with a devastating past. In this video, we explore how to make the most of this city’s cultural and historical attractions while on … Related
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4:23 Many foreigners died here because of imperial Japan
Why the city is lively so fast and Prypiat or Chernobyl- not- still is radioactive? Wasnt it a case for Nagasaki too?
Wasn't this city the one that had a nuclear bomb exploding in it
i love japan
My second home , such a peaceful place. I want to come back again .
ulan how come there is touristical video for nagasaki but not Istanbul. serefsizler
A beautiful, working harbour. Best seen from Glover Garden (sadly not mentioned on the video and a major attraction in Nagasaki).
Horrific and sad moment to hear that this beautiful city was once destructively bombed in the modern history.
I will be go to Kyushu island this summer. Thanks for the recommendations. I just went to Chugoku region in Japan, it’s also a amazing to visit.
Nagasaki is an amazing city with a vibrant culture! But you made no mention of Dejima which is one of my favorite places in Nagasaki!
I legit cried
I want to visit this place someday. I dont dream to travel tokyo/honshu or hokkaido, im more interested to Kyushu.
I always want to visit Japan.
I'm indonesian 3 years working at nagasaki 🇮🇩❤🇯🇵
If you spend 5 minutes in Memorial Hall solo, you will never ever wanna fight any war again. May peace prevail on Earth. Great city. Definitely gonna be paying a visit again.
Next time I go back to Japan, I will go to Nagasaki.
That is impressive!
I search this because our ship is going yo Nagasaki and then I saw our ship in the video COSTA ❤️❤️❤️❤️
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Wow Great Job Expedia been to many Cities I Japan but I still haven’t been to Nagasaki now I want to go even more
Someday im will come here
I want to see the same on Mumbai city also
I love Japan people and it's history and culture. The beauty of Japanese people no matter what they will always come back more stronger and rebuild more beautifully than how it was before.
Inspired to visit soon. Booking tickets now
I miss this place