Statue of Ryoma Sakamoto's Boots, Nagasaki

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Statue of Ryoma Sakamoto's Boots commemorates the famed and visionary Japanese imperial loyalist, who yearned for a modernized and unified Japan where all people were equal. The memorial's focus on his boots presumably comes from Ryoma's penchant for wearing traditional samurai garb with Western-style shoes, a fitting symbol of his ideals. You'll have to walk a fair distance to reach the statue, so bring plenty of water for the hike. Once reached, the destination makes a good observation point, looking out over the city and toward the mountains beyond. See Statue of Ryoma Sakamoto's Boots and all Nagasaki has to offer by arranging your trip with our Nagasaki trip itinerary maker.
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  • On a hill is located alone and big boots. Many people put the legs into boots have a rudder, for a photo.
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  • Think but somehow stopped near the turtle medium mark ryoma also saw this landscape and irrigation depth. You can wear without shoes on because these boots are great.
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  • It is a wind park mountain views and good vibes. And was a major is taking pictures and putting their feet in the boot image. Put foot, 指差shimashou the port of Nagasaki.
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