Nagasaki’s Mount Inasa

Killer views from above

By Steve Morton   Jan 24, 2016 - 1 min read

Standing respectfully at 333 meters high Mount Inasa overlooks the lower laying city of Nagasaki, providing the perfect vantage point for some great views of the city along with its bay which leads out into the wide open sea.

Ranked one of the top three night viewing spots in the whole of Japan it’s not too hard to understand how it achieved this well deserved status!

With a glass enclosed observation tower located at the top of this mountain, this is one place definitely worth coming to during the late afternoon in time for Nagasaki’s legendary sunsets 

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Steve Morton

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Long-term resident of Yokohama interested in getting out and seeing what this great country has to offer. I enjoy doing new things and traveling on a streamlined budget guaranteed to make any self-respecting local gulp.When not too busy, I like eating and attempting to not get lost while looking at Japanese tourist maps