Huis Ten Bosch Palace Sasebo Kyushu Garden
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Kryssning till Sasebo (Uragashira), Japan

Glide gently into the new port of Uragashira, set in the quiet city of Sasebo. Known as the second-largest city in the Nagasaki Prefecture, the city is peaceful and friendly with a laid-back countryside atmosphere. Famously home to the 99 islands, seaside shrines and one of Japan's most colorful tulip gardens, Sasebo is brimming with natural beauty. Currently a naval base for Japan and the U.S., English is commonly spoken and the fusion food is simply mouthwatering. Sasebo is a particularly popular winter destination for the season-long oyster festival held at the Kujukushima Pearl Sea Resort. Cruise to Sasebo and enjoy the delights of every spectacular season.
Regionalt språk Japanese
Godkänd valuta Japanese Yen (JPY)

Things To Do in Sasebo (Uragashira)

99 Islands Sssebo Nagasaki Bridge

Three Observations

99 Islands Sssebo Nagasaki Bridge

99 Islands Sssebo Nagasaki Bridge

Three Observations

Sasebo is famous for its 99 islands, but there are surprisingly 208 total. Take a photo of them from every angle by going up to the top of three famous observation decks. Get as high as possible by climbing up the Tenkaiho observation tower stairs, go to leafy Ishidake Observatory for a slightly lower viewpoint or head to the quieter Yumihari Observatory for some prime selfie time.

Three Japanese Women in Kimonos

A Shrine for Your Thoughts?

Three Japanese Women in Kimonos

Three Japanese Women in Kimonos

A Shrine for Your Thoughts?

The shrines in and around Sasebo, visited by the locals, are home to many ceremonies and festivals. Near Huis Ten Bosch, visit the old Kasuga Shrine and the bigger Mijatake Shrine where you can pick up charms. Or head to the seaside and stop at the picturesque Awashima shrine, known for its stunning ocean pathway.

99 island Sasebo Nagasaki Flowers
99 island Sasebo Nagasaki Flowers

Peaceful Records

Built as a tribute to the victims of bombs in WWII, Uragashira Hikiage Peace Park and Memorial Museum is a celebration of peace. Learn Nagasaki and Sasebo's history while you walk through the small museum collection. The library holds the records of many Uragashira locals, and the children of survivors often come to see the monument and look for their family name.

Local Japanese Burger with Fried Egg
Local Japanese Burger with Fried Egg

Local Cuisine

Try the crowd-pleasing Sasebo burger, usually topped off with bacon and a fried egg. Each restaurant will entice you with their own top-secret recipe. Indulge in the famous winter-long oyster festival and the traditional izakaya Sasaizumi Shimokyomachi Honten for a unique lunch of crystal squid sashimi and freshly caught fish.

Local Shopping Japan Spinning Top
Local Shopping Japan Spinning Top

Shopping

Go to the Yonka-cho traditional shopping arcade where you'll find old stores selling all sorts of crafts and goodies for you to take home. Pick up a handmade Sasebo City spinning top (known as a Sasebo Koma) traditionally used by the nobility. To play, shout out a challenging "Ikinaga shoumon shoukurabe!" and see whose top spins the longest!

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