Dutch Slope, Nagasaki

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Explore the picturesque stone streets of Dutch Slope, a settlement of merchants from the Netherlands, who built their homes and offices here. Enjoy a peaceful uphill stroll along winding paths through the quaint neighborhood. Bring along your camera to capture the scenic beauty of this 19th-century habitation. A nearby open-air museum displays several residences. To visit Dutch Slope and get the most from your holiday in Nagasaki, create itinerary details personal to you using our Nagasaki driving holiday planner .
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  • District Laba Yen stopped by ... Fall went on the threshold that is too difficult a lot of very, very easy to walk in the midday Yen screech went more doc is not a hill worth more?;
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  • The history behind Dutch Slope (aka, Hollander Slope) is quite interesting. Many of the early Caucasian settlers were Dutch, and then it turns out that the locals would call ANY Caucasian Dutch becaus...  more »
  • All foreigners living in the VOC in Japan were all Dutch time. This drove trade with the Japanese, and built a number of beautiful Dutch colonial houses on a hill, the slope (either Hamilton Hill). It lies along a steeply sloping road, where the cars pretty hard drive. The idea is to combine your visit with a walk through Chinatown, the Dutch Slope and to Glover Garden and the port
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  • Fun place! The western-style house at no. 12 Higashiyamate offered free entry. Look out for the cute heart in the blue house!
  • Not a lot to see here. A street and several Western Victorian Style buildings not all of which are open to the public. some explanatory plaques. But gives an idea of the ghettoization of 19th century Western settlers in Nagasaki. Good for Westerners to get some concept of this. Buildings are original. Much smaller, less complete, less informative than Dejima, but real. Not reconstructed, if that matters to you.
  • I'm here first because of Masaharu Fukuyama but then I learned about the Dutch history for this place. Worth a visit
  • Because of it's Dutch history i payed a visit to the Dutch slope. The walk in the Area is nice. Ibwould say skip it if you're tight on schedule.
  • It is a steep slope linking to a few old houses on the side, and also at the end to a Girl's college

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