Nagasaki is the prefecture which is located on the northwest side of Kyushu. It is one of the most important port cities in Japan, receiving lots of cruiser visitors from Asian countries. Historically, it is a significant place for the Japanese Christian community. You can find many churches dating back to the Edo period. Also known for being the second spot where the atomic bomb was dropped after Hiroshima during WWII. Numerous monuments in memory can be found in Nagasaki such as Nagasaki Peace Park and Atomic Bomb Memoriam Museum. The Kyushu’s prefecture is also well known for having one of the largest amusement parks in Japan, Huistenbosch. It contains a humongous flower field and lots of illumination.


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