Nagasaki Kameyama Shachu, Nagasaki

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Nagasaki Kameyama Shachu once housed the shipping company founded by Sakamoto Ryoma, an activist who along with other pioneers of Japanese modernization fought against the feudal system and isolationist policies. The steep walk to the small museum features plenty of info boards depicting the lives of the founders. Petite rooms with tatami floors within the building display various personal items, like traditional kimono jackets. At the end of your tour, you can relax at the serene Japanese-style garden. Nagasaki Kameyama Shachu is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our international travel planner, Nagasaki Edition.
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  • August 12, 2017
    I walked from the Megane bridge. Very steep stairs to climb. On the shrine seems to go by taxi. Looked like at Dejima and Bay. Overseas yearning and the sense of crisis to have thought it a good place. Real is in the Museum, but also exhibited, such as swords, pistols, folding screen. Just pulled the people so far, glad I explained how to talk. I learned why boots.
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  • July 29, 2017
    Is a small building located in good area Ito of Nagasaki City. Good luck, so there is the closest tram stop or bus stop, walk. It is recommended that ryoma as, again, passed in chojiro Marines to climb. Dragon-horse Street entrance is between deep, Temple of Zen Temple in teramachi Street. Inside is clearly narrower, just after 10 tatami-mat 8 and 3 tatami, the attic. Collection also was at that time, but is now lost. Knew and were involved in more respectable House, and is the first company in Japan so surprised and worked by the way. Exhibition of chojiro, Kaientai is small, it is not. Good views from the verandah Member who would have watched it. Enjoy stunning views and luxurious buildings, its location is worth a visit if you are not, honestly, ryoma Sakamoto fan or history like better not think. It's certainly where, however, left a big footprint in the history of Japan. I think a good place to visit if you personally go to Nagasaki for the first time.
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  • June 27, 2017
    Visit the related to the legend of ryoma, and went here. Smaller than I thought. Had a small. Get well again?
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