This building was constructed in 1868, the first year of the Meiji Era, and was originally used as the Russian Consulate. It ... More
Higashi-yamate No 12 Building
This building was constructed in 1868, the first year of the Meiji Era, and was originally used as the Russian Consulate. It was later used as the American Consulate and a private residence. It is currently used as research center for historical documents relating to the Nagasaki foreigners' settlement, and is open to the public. There are numerous attractive panels that preserve images from an age long passed.
This is one of the nicer, and certainly one of the larger, hotels near China Town, though because of its
size and height, it absorbs much of the noise from the area. The hotel is also conveniently located a ...
Visitors to Nagasaki almost have a moral obligation to visit this famous and sacred park. With 35,000 square meters, it
is fairly large, but more importantly, it is dedicated to world peace. The park's main attraction is its collection ...
Together with its east and west wings, which are joined by a catwalk in the middle and a solarium of
sorts at its peak, the Umeda Sky Building rises 170 meters from the ground and provides some of the ...