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Those with a taste for adventure should check out this thrilling tour of Japan's industrial heritage
The actual name of this island is Hashima. It is located around 4.5km west of the Nagasaki Peninsula, a very small island with a former seabed coal mine.
For over 200 hundred years, the tiny island of Dejima in Nagasaki Harbor was Japan's only point of contact with the wider world.
In the movie Rodan, the Saikai Bridge is blown down by the monster's backdraft. A visit here is a must for fans.
Hollander slope in Nagasaki; Western-style houses of former foreign settlers
In Nagasaki, there is a stylish Western house high up on a cliff in Minami Yamate, commanding a panoramic view of Nagasaki Port. The original owner of this house was a Scottish trader, Thomas Blake Glover.
Hirado castle, a modern reconstruction with 300 year old gates, stands on a hill high above the port of Hirado, where old European trading ships once docked.
The most amazing cemetery I have ever visited is located on a mountainside up behind the many temples that run along the Teramachi (temple town) district of the city.