Dog Hill in Nagasaki: My Secret Corgi Cafe

People often come to Japan of get their fill of cute. Cute clothes, cute characters, cute food, and yes of course cute cafes. This cafe hidden by the sea in the outskirts of Nagasaki is sure to give anyone their fill of cute in the form of adorable Corgi puppies. Yes the rumors are true, there is a Corgi cafe in Japan.

A Peace Studies Tour of Nagasaki

The Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum, the Nagasaki National Peace Memorial Hall for the Atomic Bomb Victims, and the Peace Park were born out of the collective yearning to communicate what it’s like to live through a nuclear explosion so that hopefully, these horrific experience will never be repeated. Sakue Shimohira, who survived the bombing of Nagasaki, said, “I think the basic idea of peace is to have some understanding of others’ pain.” It is in this spirit that we started our journey at the Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum.

A Day Trip in Nagasaki

Kyushu Island, Japan’s third largest island which is located at most southeast, has always been on the destinations' list of many travelers; locals and foreigners. One of the most loved cities and top recommended place to visit, Nagasaki was placed as a first option for being truly Japan’s most international city, distinguished with unique history and perfect for a one-day trip.

The Brightest Place in Japan

This Winter, Huis Ten Bosch in Nagasaki has secured the title of the Brightest Place in Japan. Upgraded in scale and subsequent extravaganza, the staggering 13 million light bulbs used to create the Kingdom of Light carries forth the aim to yet again create the world’s greatest illuminations.

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