Cruises To Nagasaki

Nagasaki is often equated with the dropping of the atomic bomb, and there are many moving museums, memorials and monuments dedicated to its World War II history that shouldn't be missed. Yet modern Nagasaki offers a vibrant and charming atmosphere that's waiting to be explored. Among its cobblestone and rolling hills, the city boasts a rich culinary scene that will excite your inner foodie. To capture Nagasaki's scenic beauty, consider a cable car ride or harbour tour. Centuries-old shrines, temples and churches dot the landscape and are a must see.


  • Port Name & Location
    Nagasaki Port. Ship will DOCK at this port.
  • Time Zone
    Japan Standard Time (JST) UTC/GMT + 9 hours
  • Language
  • Currency & Shopping
    Japanese Yen (JPY)
    • Best Way to Get Around
      Tram, bus, or taxi or organised shore excursions (if you do not speak Japanese, please give drivers a specific address for best results).
    • Famous For
      Towards the end of World War II, Nagasaki became the second city after Hiroshima to be destroyed by an atomic bomb.
    • Fun Fact #1
      Visit the Atomic Bomb Museum, the National Peace Memorial Hall for the Atomic Bomb Victims and the Peace Park to learn about Nagasaki's message of World Peace.
    • Fun Fact: Foodies
      Shippoku, the first Japanese fusion cuisine, is a mixture of traditional Japanese, Chinese and Western dishes.
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