Endret eksterne lenker. Nagasaki (japanska: 長崎市; Nagasaki-shi; lyssna ()) är en stad på ön Kyushu i Japan, huvudort i Nagasaki prefektur.Den 9 augusti 1945 utsattes staden för den andra atombomben använd i krig. 出島(長崎)へおでかけするならHolidayをチェック!このページでは出島のアクセス、地図を紹介しています!出島を含むおでかけプランや、周辺の観光スポット・グルメ・カフェの情報も充実。 Dejima (Japanese: 出島, "exit island"), in old Western documents latinized as 'Decima', 'Desjima', 'Dezima', 'Disma', or 'Disima', was a small fan-shaped artificial island built in the bay of Nagasaki in 1634 by local merchants. Things such as badminton, beer, coffee and billiards were introduced to Japan through Dejima. 09:30 Nagasaki port, railway station, hotel - ( lift taxi ) - 10:30 Inasayama view spot - ( lift taxi ) - 11:00 Peace Memorial park - ( tram ) - 12:30 china town, lunch - (walk) - 14:30 city center - ( tram ) - 15:30 Dejima seaside park or Glover garden - ( walk ) - 17:00 Nagasaki port, railway station, hotel Nagasaki 1 day tour price : 45,000 yen for 1 group with a English speaking guide . This island was originally constructed to house Portuguese traders, and was used by the Chinese and Dutch as a trading post from 1641 to 1853. Dans Dejima, le Thu Jan 26 21:11:13 2006, 404 Not Found Dans Dejima , le Mon Jan 30 23:39:26 2006, 404 Not Found Eskim bot ☼ 31 janvier 2006 à 01:17 (CET) Historicamente, a cidade de Nagasaki, localizada na costa oeste de Kyushu, tem sido um porto importante e um importante centro de comércio com países estrangeiros. Jeg har nettopp endret 1 ekstern(e) lenke(r) i artikkelen Dejima.Sjekk gjerne at endringen min er OK. Hvis du ønsker at jeg skal ignorere disse lenkene eller hele siden, eller hvis du har andre spørsmål, se denne spørsmålssiden.Jeg har gjort følgende endringer: It was built in the bay of Nagasaki in 1634 by digging a canal through a small peninsula. Antalet offer är cirka 39 000 döda och cirka 25 000 direkt skadade, se vidare Atombomberna över Hiroshima och Nagasaki. 出島(長崎)へおでかけするならHolidayをチェック!このページでは出島の写真・動画一覧を紹介しています!出島を含むおでかけプランや、周辺の観光スポット・グルメ・カフェの情報も充実。 Durante os 300 anos do fechamento do país, um período conhecido como sakkoku, era o […]