Gunkanjima Cruise (Hashima), Nagasaki

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  • There is no parking lot for tourists, so the municipal parking lot is guided. The parking lot of a nearby supermarket is available for more than 5,000 yen and there is a 4-hour service (handled at the service counter), so we parked here. We had a meal and uniqlo, so we were able to get a receipt of about 5,000 yen.
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  • I went to the Hashima coal mine site of Nagasaki which I wanted to go once. The ship leaving the pier passes by the Mitsubishi Shipyard and passes by the historic crane. We arrived around the island while listening to the guide of the island on the way. It is landing after the view from the side where the apartment on the other side was there and the side where the coal was piled up. There is an indescribable atmosphere in the coal mine ruins which became a pile of rubble. It's like being abandoned after thousands of years. According to the guide's photographs and explanations, the workers here were given four to five times the average starting salary at the time, such as having their employees live in reinforced concrete apartments during the war. Now all the people in the town have an annual income of 10 million. The housing expenses are super wealthy because they own the company. It's a good memories of the mine closure of the mine, and the thought of leaving it active when the hollow mine was going to be a waste disposal plant. By the way, it was a long time ago that when a typhoon came, it was time to be exposed to the wind and rain when the coal loading facility was less of a wind and rain on the apartment side where the workers lived. However, the resident is strong because it was watching the big wave hit the apartment by the typhoon.
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  • First of all, it was a shock including the culture shock about the warship island. It is a world not thought in the present age. And you should think about choosing a few tour companies. I've never used any other tours, but the ship here is big enough to accommodate about 200 people. However, you can avoid rain and splashing only in front of the first floor, and when you get on board, you can go early to get in the seats. I think that it is necessary to consider it when it rains and it is cold in winter.
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