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    • 28 - 30 Oct 2016 Takashimaya Square: Japan Travel Fair 2016

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      If you are thinking of going to Japan for a vacation, head to the Japan Travel Fair 2016 happening at Takashimaya Square! From 28 to 30 October 2016, gain valuable insights and tips for your next Japan holiday with special deals, packages and more at this fair!

      Get special promotional prices to Japan only at this period. Travel agencies offer special promotion items for Japan bound group tours and FIT packages for the year-end holidays and the Chinese New Year holidays in 2017, as well as last-minute demands for autumn-themed packages. Japanese exhibitors booths will introduce local part of Japan and more!

       

       

      Event Details

      Event: Japan Travel Fair 2016

      Venue: Takashimaya Square, B2

      Date: 28 to 30 October 2016

      Time: 10am - 9.30pm

       

      List of Exhibitors:

      ◆ Organizations

      HOKKAIDO,JR East,FUJI-Q GROUP,Home of Mt.Fuji - Shizuoka / Kanagawa,Matsumoto Tourism Association,GIFU,ISHIKAWA Prefecture,WEST JAPAN RAILWAY COMPANY,Kumamoto, Kagoshima Prefectural Government,OKINAWA,,Don Quijote,,"HEISEI ENTERPRISE,Inc","The Japan Council of Local Autohrities for International Relations (CLAIR), Singapore",Canon Singapore,Takashimaya Singapore

      ◆ Travel Agencies

      ”Special Promotional travel deals at the fair!”

      Stand a chance to receive original Hello Kitty USB Cable or Portable Bag with Japan Travel purchases made at the Fair!****

      Apple Vacations Singapore Pte Ltd,ASA Holidays,Chan Brothers Travel,Commonwealth Travel Service Corporation Pte Ltd ( CTC Travel ),Dynasty Travel International Pte Ltd,Follow Me Japan Pte Ltd,H.I.S. INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL PTE LTD,Hong Thai Travel Services (S) Pte Ltd,JTB PTE LTD,MISA Travel Pte Ltd,Nam Ho Travel Service (S) Pte Ltd,SINO-AMERICA TOURS CORP PTE LTD

       

      Activities:

      ・Michelle Chong is coming to share her exciting experiences of her Japan local trips
      ・Kumamon & Yuru-Chara (Mascot) are coming & meet!
      ・Acclaimed Ventriloquist, comedian and Rakugo performer Ms. SHOWKO is like nothing you have experienced before with her hilarious show leaving audiences screaming for more.
      ・Watch Candy Artist Ms. Minori produces candies by hands and special scissors like magic.
      ・Balloon sculpting comes alive! Don’t expect to see your average dog or sword when Balloon Artist Mr. Bryan is around!
      ・If you are feeling bold and creative, try your hand on creating some food replicas for yourself.
      ・And more Japanese Cultural & Exciting performances!

       

      WIN! Lucky Draw with purchasing Japan trip at fair!

      A) Free trip to Tokyo! By JAL
      B) Selphy CP1200 / EOS M10 by CANON
      C) Luggage Bag (66L) by ANA

       

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    • Taiwanese TV show "World-Class" visit Kagoshima on assignment!

       

      The staff of a popular Taiwanese TV show, "World-Class", visited Kagoshima on assignment from April 5 to April 9!

       

      This show is broadcast by the Taiwanese Gala TV station and is so popular that, when asked about "World-Class", any Taiwanese will say "Oh yea, that show that introduces countries from around the world".

       

      The show does not simply introduce sightseeing spots from around the world but rather delves in-depth on the particular eating habits and lifestyle habits of each region introduced with wit and humour by the reporter, Xiao-Ma. This time around a full five days of coverage was given to Satsuma-cho, Kirishima, Sakurajima, Ibusuki, and Kagoshima.

       

      On April 5 (Sun), hands-on Akumaki-making and bamboo-digging activities along with a glass craft-making activity were covered in Satsuma-cho. Everyone was able to enjoy the simple and abundant nature of Satsuma-cho while mingling with the locals and learning about the local history and climate.

       

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      On April 6 (Mon), coverage was given to the relatively rare mud bath experience, the local Kagoshima delicacy that is Berkshire Pork, and a specialty item that is very highly regarded by health-conscious Taiwanese, Fukuyama Kurozu (black vinegar). The information was diffused to Taiwanese viewers in an easy-to-understand interview format that doubled as PR for the items covered.

       

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      On April 7 (Tue), extensive coverage over a wide-range of content was carried out on Sakurajima. To begin, helmeted elementary school children on their way to school first thing in the morning were interviewed. The children did not appear to be afraid of an eruption but rather seemed to be full of life just like Sakurajima. Viewers were also introduced to Sakurajima's natural hot spring footbaths, volcanic stone plate processing, evacuation shelter, Japanese Biwa (loquat) farm, and building methods for residential housing. The TV crew were ecstatic to see volcanic fumes rising up before their very eyes as they spun their cameras around.

       

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      On April 8 (Wed), the crew went to Ibusuki to experience the famous natural hot spring sand baths and also tried their hand at shovelling sand under the guidance of a worker. They also went to Yamagawa Fishing Harbor and a bonito processing plant where they did a report on the mechanism behind dried bonito processing and were able to sample "Cha-bushi", tea flavored with dried bonito and miso. This was followed by a bait-making activity for the giant eels in Lake Ikeda (the nocturnal eels did not eat the bait so one of the staff, Mr. Kokichi, together with Xiao-ma, displayed a sense of humour by saying "Grandpa's not eating, eh..." to the unappreciative eel. The crew were able to cover and film a wide variety of eel that included eel cultivated in hot spring water in a hot spring eel farm, salt and wasabi flavoured eel, and rare eel sashimi.

       

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      On April 9 (Thu), the crew took off in the morning to report on "Unagi Onsen" hot spring and "Sume" cuisine in Ibusuki. "Sume" was recently introduced on an NHK station travel show as a luxury steam kiln that utilizes geothermal heating thanks to hot spring water found in idyllic natural surroundings. In the afternoon the crew made their way to Kagoshima City to report on Shochu retail outlets. The crew marvelled at the sheer variety of Shochu available and, sampling some of the wares, discovered that Shochu was easier to drink than they had imagined. Lastly, the crew went to film two areas - Reimeikan Museum of Culture and Senganen - that are connected to the story of "Atsuhime", a Taiga drama that is broadcast even in Taiwan. At Senganen, the entire staff experienced "baptism by ash" thanks to major ash fall due to a large-scale eruption on Sakurajima - the first in 9 years - that led them to remark wryly that "it was a tremendous gift from Sakurajima".

       

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      The Taiwanese seemed to be greatly interested in the unique gastronomy and customs ofKagoshima that often tends to be overlooked by locals most of the time. "Every dish we've tried in Kagoshima is delicious, and people have been really kind and helpful to us during our interviews and visits. What a great place" were some of the words that the crew used to express their admiration.

       

      The feature report on Kagoshima will be aired on Taiwanese TV during June. I hope that the admiration felt by the TV crew for Kagoshima is conveyed to all the viewers in Taiwan.

    • 【鹿兒島日本】秋高氣爽,海上渡輪夜賞秋季花火!【愛玩客之移動的廚房 ...

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    • Yurigahama, Japan’s Sandbar

      You can catch Japan’s sandbar, Yurigahama appearing before your eyes at the end of every month. The views here are breathtaking but let’s take a look on how the locals enjoy this beautiful paradise on earth. 

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      Let your worries melt away here!

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      Be mesmerized by the clear waters and the movement of the waves slowly and gently splashing.  

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      Look at how the  reflected sun rays  on the water glitter, making you forget about the your hectic daily schedule.  

      Yurigahama. So where is it?

       

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      Yurigahama is located 1.5 km off-island from the east coast of  Kagoshima’s Yoronjima’s Ooganeku Beach.

      It’s a sandbar that makes its appearance once a month depending on the tides. 

      Yurigahama is known for its changing shapes every time it appears. 

      It disappears slowly under the waters when the tide flows in. 

      A bed of countless [stars] at Yurigahama

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      You’ll begin to understand why people associate Yurigahama with stars, when you come and grab a handful of its sand. 

      Feature No. 1 : Star-shaped sand 

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      The star-shaped sand on Yurigahama is actually the shells  left behind by microscopic organisms called Foraminifera. 

      They say that if you collect the same number of star-shaped sand as your age, you’ll be blessed with good luck but let’s not rush to collect those sand by ourselves. Instead let’s be a little more environmentally conscious and stick to buying souvenirs of star-shaped sand in a glass bottle. 

       

       

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      The accompanying sand in the glass bottle souvenirs are colored to truly bring out the shape of the star-shaped sand. 

      Feature No. 2 :  The clear blue sea

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      Undeniably, the water here is beautiful! It is not only a beautiful shade but it is crystal clear and so clear that you can see the bottom of the sea. 

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      The beautiful sea is like a reflection of the sky in a mirror. So much so that it would seem like the boats on the sea are floating midair. 

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      It is truly like heaven on earth here when you see the white creamy sand beneath the clear blue calm waters. 

      Feature No. 3 :  Weddings and snorkeling 

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      Naturally, with the beautiful landscape, this is a popular spot for couples to have their wedding ceremony here. You can approach wedding planners here and ask for a package that will help you create your perfect wedding day!

      Celebrate this special moment in life with your family among the beautiful sea and sand. 

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      While you have your wedding ceremony here too, you should take the opportunity to enjoy the underwater views with snorkeling. Of course, even if you aren’t here for a wedding, you should still come out to snorkel.  

      At Yurigahama, not only the fishes will come out to greet you, but you might be lucky and have a turtle come meet you.  

      Access and ferry schedules

      Hop onto a ferry from Kagoshima to Yoronjima 

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      Besides the ferry, there are also flights daily from Okinawa and Kagoshima bound for Yoronjima. 

      If you are planning to come in from the other main islands in Japan, you will still have to go through Kagoshima or Okinawa. 

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      The taxi is the most convenient way to get from Yoronjima to Ooganeku Beach’s Yurigahama. 

       

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      【Getting to Ooganeku Beach】
      ■Grab a taxi!(The most convenient way♪) 
      Taiyo Taxi 0997-97-2161
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      ※Call the numbers above whenever you want to get a taxi. 
      ※No extra call charges. 

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       When’s the best time?

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      You can catch Yurigahama every month but summer is the peak season, when the number of visitors are the highest.  

      Forecast schedule on the appearance of Yurigahama for 2015
      ・22 – 25 January, 19 – 24 February 
      ・7 – 10 and 19 – 25 March, 4 – 10 and 17 – 24 April 
      ・3 – 10 and 15 – 23 May  
      ・1 – 9, 12 – 22 and 29 – 30 June 
      ・1 – 8, 12 – 21 and 29 – 31 July   
      ・1 – 6, 10 – 19 and 26 – 31 August  
      ・1 – 3, 8 – 16 and 24 – 30 September  
      ・1 – 2 and 24 – 30 October

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      So has this article gotten you to include Yurigahama into your bucket list?

      If you hadn’t made plans yet for summer, you might want to think of heading to Yurigahama. 

       

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    • Exploring NagasakiPosted by sasha on Nov 30, 2016 in Uncategorized

      The city of Nagasaki (長崎) is located on the Japanese island of Kyushu (九州). It’s the capital and largest city in the prefecture of the same name. Once a secluded fishing village, it grew into a major port city after trade developed with Portugeuse explorers. It was here that the second atomic bomb was dropped during WWII, killing tens of thousands of people. Since then, the city has been rebuilt and reinvented. Let’s explore this important Japanese city and learn about some of its most famous sights.

      Dejima (出島)

      Image by Tzuhsun Hsu from flickr.com.

      Image by Tzuhsun Hsu from flickr.com.

      Our journey around Nagasaki begins with a bit of a history lesson. Dejima is an artificial island in the bay of Nagasaki that was built in 1636 to both accommodate and constrain the European traders. It was partly to give them a place from which to trade, but also to prevent them from spreading their religion via missionary work. The Portuguese would soon be banned from the country entirely. This was during Japan’s isolationist period known as Sakoku (鎖国 – lit. “closed country”). The Dutch alone were spared from the ban, but they had to move their trading post from Hirado to Dejima. It’s no longer an island, as the surrounding area was reclaimed in the 20th century. It is now a Japanese national historic sight, which you can visit by taking Tram 1 and forking over 510 yen for an entrance ticket.

      Suwa Shrine (諏訪神社)

      Torii gates at Suwa Shrine.

      Torii gates at Suwa Shrine.

      This major shrine has quite the backstory. Its origins date back to 1619, which just so happened to be the same year that the shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu (徳川 家康) issued an edict against Christianity. At that time, the people of Nagasaki were predominantly Christian, and they had destroyed most of the Shinto shrines and Buddhist temples. The shogun and his government began forcing people to reconvert to these more traditional Japanese religions. A small shrine had been built, but it was frequently attacked by resisting Christians. Eventually, the large Suwa Shrine was constructed. All people were required to register at the shrine; failure to do so would out you as a Christian and lead to punishment.

      A short clip of the festival from 2013.

      A festival called Nagasaki Kunchi (長崎くんち) was also developed here to attract attention and encourage locals to participate at the shrine. The festival continues to this day in early October and features large dance perfomances by the city’s different districts. Each district only participates once every seven years, so the festival is quite different on a year-to-year basis. Just beware that it’s incredibly popular and difficult to get tickets for, so you’d better plan ahead if you’d like to see it.  

      Kazagashira Park (風頭公園)

      A view of the city from the park.

      A view of the city from the park.

      Situated atop a hill with a beautiful view overlooking the harbor, this park is a great place to take in the scenery of Nagasaki. It’s also known as Sakamoto Ryoma’s park, for the statue of the famous samurai and politician that’s located here. He’s one of the most famous people in Japanese history, as he led a revolution to topple the aforementioned Tokugawa shogunate. His vision of a unified, modern Japan would eventually come to fruition, but not before he was assassinated at the age of 31. Without him and his influence, it is believed Japan would not be the country that it is today.

      Spectacles Bridge (眼鏡橋)

      Image by Peter Enyeart from flickr.com.

      Image by Peter Enyeart from flickr.com.

      One of the most famous sights in the city, this ancient bridge was built in 1634 by a Chinese monk. It spans the Nakashima River and is said to be the oldest stone arch bridge in all of Japan. If you’re wondering where the name comes from, take a closer look at the bridge – its double arches resemble a pair of spectacles in the reflection on the river.

      Mt. Inasa (稲佐山)

      Worth $10 mill, apparently!

      Worth $10 mill, apparently!

      For one of the best views of the city, head to the top of this mountain on the cable car. While it’s fine during the day, it’s recommended to come here at night. The view is so good, in fact, that it’s often described as a “10 Million Dollar Night View” (1000万ドルの夜景).

      Local Cuisine

      Image by Hunter Nield from flickr.com.

      Image by Hunter Nield from flickr.com.

      Don’t leave Nagasaki without trying some of the city’s famed dishes. Head to the restaurant Yosso (吉宗) to try the chawanmushi (茶碗蒸し), a steamed egg custard. People have been coming here since 1866, so you know it’s good! Another local favorite that you’ll have to try is champon (ちゃんぽん), a seafood and pork noodle soup. This is a designated specialty of Nagasaki – known in Japanese as ameibutsu (名物). 

       

      While it might not be one of the most popular cities in Japan for tourists, Nagasaki has a lot to offer. Thanks to the efficient bullet train system in Japan, you can easily add this historical city to your travel itinerary to take in its history, culture, and of course the delicious food.

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    • Standard course (East side gate)

      Gdb 017Standard course starting from the east gate.Perfect! For you want to see everything.

      [Tour spot] about 1 hour course 
      old Dejima seminary → mini Dejima → Kaempfer, Thunberg monument → old Nagasaki inside and outside the club → old Ishikura (Archaeological Museum) → front gate → new Ishikura (Dejima Theater) → worship author Ranjin room → third Kura → Bunko (trade center) → Ichibancho → First boatman room → Hetero room → cuisine room → Buddha room → Capitan room → water gate

      【History】 History spot / 【Osaka】 School spot

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      Course route

      1. Old Dejima seminary MAP (17) [academic]

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        Built in 1878 (Meiji 11), the oldest Christianity (Protestant) theological school that exists in existence. 
        On the first floor there are a toll booth, a Dejima korea and a rest room, on the second floor there is a conference room where the Dejima mercantile personnel (purchasers of annual passport) can use for free, and a library full of information on Dejima.

      2. Mini Dejima MAP (16) [academic]

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        A model of 1/15 produced in 1972.

        It is reproduced by referring to "Nagasaki Dejima no ki figure" which Kawabara Keiga drew depicting the Dejima in about 1820.

      3. Kaempfer, Thunberg monument MAP (15) [gravel] [academic]

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        Dejima The Netherlands Dutch trading hospital Siebold is a monument honored to honor the accomplishments of two scholars of Kempel-Zunbery, the senior citizen of Japan.

      4. Former Nagasaki inside and outside the club MAP (14) [gravel]

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        In 1903 (Meiji 36), it was built as a place of friendship between foreigners residing in Nagasaki and Japanese. 
        On the 1st floor is a restaurant with the theme of Nagasaki's food and the 2nd floor is exhibiting in the settlement age.

      5. Old Ishikura (Archeology Museum) MAP (13) 【History】

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        A stone warehouse built after the opening of Ansei. 
        The first floor is exhibited around the relics excavated from Dejima and the second floor introduces the restoration and restoration of Ishigaki.

      6. Front gate MAP (12)

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        It was restored in Heisei 2. 
        It was originally located in the part (near the center of the river) that was cut off by the Nakashima River transformation work in the Meiji era. 
        In the Edo period, when crossing the front gate bridge from the Edo town side opposite the station, there was this front gate, and the searching number (Sorryban) stuffed up here was revising the person who enters and exits.

      7. Shin Ishikura (Dejima Theater) MAP (11) 【学】

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        It rebuilt Ishikura built in 1865 (the first year of Keio). 
        As a guidance of Dejima, 'Dejima guidance of the Alan Doll verb' is screening.

      8. Worship writer Ranjin room (Ranakaku-kan) MAP (10) 【Journal】 【Liberal】

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        Building where the head of the Dutch secretary who wrote books such as books lived. 
        I am introducing Ranaku entering from Dejima.

      9. The third store MAP (9)

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        In addition to sugar, a collection of various imported items was stored. 
        It is reproducing the state of the warehouse at that time.

      10. Bunko (trade center) MAP (8) 【history】 【learning】

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        Warehouse which contained mainly Suzuki (dye) imported goods. 
        The first floor introduces various kinds of trade goods that entered and exited Dejima with the theme of "exchange of trade and culture".

      11. The best warehouse MAP (7) 【history】

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        Collection containing sugar which is imported goods. 
        The warehouse in Dejima was built as a fire retardant. 
        Inside the building introduces the process of restoration work. 
        We also disclose the foundation stone of the building found at the excavation survey.

      12. First vessel ship's head room MAP (6) 【history】 【Liberal】

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        Dutch boat (first ship) Building which was used as captain of the captain and commercial office worker. 
        The first floor displays the soil used as a warehouse, the second floor displays tables and beds, and reproduces the living room at that time.

      13. HETOR ROOM MAP (5) 【HISTORY】 【LEARNING】

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        House of Commerce of the Dutch Commercial Housing Residence of the second seat (Hetle). 
        The first floor is a museum shop that sells general information stations and "Dejima goods", and the second floor is a plan exhibition room where the plan exhibition is held.We have installed an ostomate compatible toilet here.

      14. Cooking room MAP (4) [Manabu]

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        Mercantile personnel were eating on the second floor of the Capitan room twice a day. 
        The place where I was cooking was a dish room. 
        The verbs and officials who were in and out of Dejima took home the rare Western food as a souvenir and he said it was very pleased.

      15. Otsu name (adult ) room MAP (3)

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        Building which was based on Dejima Udon name who was in charge of trade affairs and management of Japan on Dejima. 
        Dejima Uden name was chosen from Dejima town who built Dejima. 
        On the first floor we introduce the work of the buddy name in an easy-to-understand manner.

      16. Kapitan room MAP (2) [gravel] [academic]

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        It is the largest building on Dejima which was used as an office or residence of the Dutch Commerce Director (Kapitan). 
        When Japanese officials and Daimyo visited Dejima, they were also used as a place for entertainment. 
        The first floor displays exhibits on Dejima's history and life, and the second floor shows and reproduces the life style of the commerce chief.

      17. Flood gate MAP (1) 【学】

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        Symbolic building where western and Japanese culture, academic and trade items first entered and exited. 
        Of the two street mouths, the south side was used for import, the north side was used for export.

    • Standard Course (West side gate)

      3jZ7XvGDWjDZ8Dzo9a7UThis is a standard course starting from the west side gate. Perfect! This is just for you who wants to see everything of Dejima.

      [Sight seeing spots] One Hour Tour About 
      Sea Gate → Chief Factor'S Quarters → Japanese Officials'S Office → Kitchen → Deputy Factor'S Quarters → First Chip Captain'S Quarters → Nanba1 Warehouse → Nanba2 Warehouse (Trade Room) → Nanba3 Warehouse → Head Clerk's Quarters (Western Science Room) → New Stone Warehouse (Dejima Theater) → Main Gate → Old Stone Warehouse (Archaeology Room) → The Former Nagasaki International Club → Monument to Kaempfer and Thunberg → Miniature Dejima → The Former Dejima Protestant Seminay

      【H】 History Spot / 【L】 Learning Spot

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      Route

      1. Flood gate MAP (1) 【学】

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        Symbolic building where western and Japanese culture, academic and trade items first entered and exited. 
        Of the two street mouths, the south side was used for import, the north side was used for export.

      2. Kapitan room MAP (2) [gravel] [academic]

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        It is the largest building on Dejima which was used as an office or residence of the Dutch Commerce Director (Kapitan). 
        When Japanese officials and Daimyo visited Dejima, they were also used as a place for entertainment. 
        The first floor displays exhibits on Dejima's history and life, and the second floor shows and reproduces the life style of the commerce chief.

      3. Otsu name (adult ) room MAP (3)

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        Building which was based on Dejima Udon name who was in charge of trade affairs and management of Japan on Dejima. 
        Dejima Uden name was chosen from Dejima town who built Dejima. 
        On the first floor we introduce the work of the buddy name in an easy-to-understand manner.

      4. Cooking room MAP (4) [Manabu]

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        Mercantile personnel were eating on the second floor of the Capitan room twice a day. 
        The place where I was cooking was a dish room. 
        The verbs and officials who were in and out of Dejima took home the rare Western food as a souvenir and he said it was very pleased.

      5. HETOR ROOM MAP (5) 【HISTORY】 【LEARNING】

        Gdb005

        House of Commerce of the Dutch Commercial Housing Residence of the second seat (Hetle). 
        The first floor is a museum shop that sells general information stations and "Dejima goods", and the second floor is a plan exhibition room where the plan exhibition is held.We have installed an ostomate compatible toilet here.

      6. First vessel ship's head room MAP (6) 【history】 【Liberal】

        Gdb006

        Dutch boat (first ship) Building which was used as captain of the captain and commercial office worker. 
        The first floor displays the soil used as a warehouse, the second floor displays tables and beds, and reproduces the living room at that time.

      7. The best warehouse MAP (7) 【history】

        Gdb 007

        Collection containing sugar which is imported goods. 
        The warehouse in Dejima was built as a fire retardant. 
        Inside the building introduces the process of restoration work. 
        We also disclose the foundation stone of the building found at the excavation survey.

      8. Bunko (trade center) MAP (8) 【history】 【learning】

        Gdb 008

        Warehouse which contained mainly Suzuki (dye) imported goods. 
        The first floor introduces various kinds of trade goods that entered and exited Dejima with the theme of "exchange of trade and culture".

      9. The third store MAP (9)

        Gdb009

        In addition to sugar, a collection of various imported items was stored. 
        It is reproducing the state of the warehouse at that time.

      10. Worship writer Ranjin room (Ranakaku-kan) MAP (10) 【Journal】 【Liberal】

        Gdb 010

        Building where the head of the Dutch secretary who wrote books such as books lived. 
        I am introducing Ranaku entering from Dejima.

      11. Shin Ishikura (Dejima Theater) MAP (11) 【学】

        Gdb 011

        It rebuilt Ishikura built in 1865 (the first year of Keio). 
        As a guidance of Dejima, 'Dejima guidance of the Alan Doll verb' is screening.

      12. Front gate MAP (12)

        Gdb 012

        It was restored in Heisei 2. 
        It was originally located in the part (near the center of the river) that was cut off by the Nakashima River transformation work in the Meiji era. 
        In the Edo period, when crossing the front gate bridge from the Edo town side opposite the station, there was this front gate, and the searching number (Sorryban) stuffed up here was revising the person who enters and exits.

      13. Old Ishikura (Archeology Museum) MAP (13) 【History】

        Gdb 013

        A stone warehouse built after the opening of Ansei. 
        The first floor is exhibited around the relics excavated from Dejima and the second floor introduces the restoration and restoration of Ishigaki.

      14. Former Nagasaki inside and outside the club MAP (14) [gravel]

        Gdb 014

        In 1903 (Meiji 36), it was built as a place of friendship between foreigners residing in Nagasaki and Japanese. 
        On the 1st floor is a restaurant with the theme of Nagasaki's food and the 2nd floor is exhibiting in the settlement age.

      15. Kaempfer, Thunberg monument MAP (15) [gravel] [academic]

        Gdb 015

        Dejima The Netherlands Dutch trading hospital Siebold is a monument honored to honor the accomplishments of two scholars of Kempel-Zunbery, the senior citizen of Japan.

      16. Mini Dejima MAP (16) [academic]

        Gdb 016

        A model of 1/15 produced in 1972.

        It is reproduced by referring to "Nagasaki Dejima no ki figure" which Kawabara Keiga drew depicting the Dejima in about 1820.

      17. Old Dejima seminary MAP (17) [academic]

        Gdb 017

        Built in 1878 (Meiji 11), the oldest Christianity (Protestant) theological school that exists in existence. 
        On the first floor there are a toll booth, a Dejima korea and a rest room, on the second floor there is a conference room where the Dejima mercantile personnel (purchasers of annual passport) can use for free, and a library full of information on Dejima.

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