Seafood market Nagasaki Port Dejima Wharf shop, Nagasaki

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Built in 1634 in order to segregate foreign traders and to discourage any chance of spreading Christianity, Seafood market Nagasaki Port Dejima Wharf shop once allowed the Japanese a glimpse into the Western world. Today, the area attracts tourists with its vibrant scene of Japanese and foreign restaurants, bars, and stores. Take a walk down the boardwalk and enjoy a mesmerizing sunset, or watch sailboats and yachts embellished with colorful lights, which look magical in the evening. While there, you can also visit a local museum displaying artifacts related to Nagasaki's rich trading history. Put Seafood market Nagasaki Port Dejima Wharf shop into our Nagasaki route planning website and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • We were there during the Kunchi Festival - Suwa Shrine an annual festival in early October. This meant there were heaps of food stalls and novelty stalls and loads of people around. All the restaurant...  more »
  • The excited meal while watching the sea. In addition to the exotic Nagasaki, yacht, sailed into dining.
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  • A short walk to the train station in nearby Dejima. At night this place is nice to stumble from one, but now that the great terrace and inasayama restaurants taking in the atmosphere seems able to eat rice. Great meal with a cool feeling and he seemed to be more than expected.
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  • Nice view of the sea. Good restaurants with various choice of cuisine. Great place to chill!
  • Was here back in 2005, when the locale was not done up and food was great and reasonably priced. This visit is less pleasing. Especially, the rice in the chirashi was just plain rice. Seafood quality is still fresh and good, but we did not sense the same attention to taste.
  • Had a lovely dinner of various seafood including a dozen big oysters. A lovely dinner by Dejima Wharf. A must try place for seafood dinner.
  • Nice spot but not a market at all. Seafood was relatively fresh but with nagasaki's reputation for seafood i expected more flavourful seafood. More of a tourist spot in my opinion
  • Nice restaurant right at the port and you can sit on terrace near water as well, food was fresh and tasted good - I tried the seafood don but I have 3 stars as I think the price was quite high compared to where I live in Japan and other places visited. Interesting to watch them scoop out a live squid from tank ...then eat it

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Across the hills of Nagasaki you'll find a welcome number of places to stay, and a welcome degree of variation between them. Look around the main train station for the greatest number of options, with high-rise blocks containing hotels both basic and luxury. Following the train line both north and south of this central area, guesthouses and hostels crowd around the stations, and clusters of modern hotels mark out popular commercial districts. Rental apartments throughout the city provide a good budget-friendly option for those planning on staying for a little while.
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