Walk over to the ground zero area where the atomic bomb had fallen over Nagasaki. It is now a park where a cenotaph has been erected. You can see the ground and the wall of Urakami Cathedral that had been left behind in the bombing.
You can learn about Nagasaki and its history of the atomic bombing through the years along with materials that had actually been irradiated in the blast. Also available is the history of Nagasaki, before and after the bombing, along with changes in the current development of nuclear weapons and the aspirations for peace.
Megane Bridge, which is located over the river flowing through Nagasaki, shows a view that is overflowing with the atmosphere of the city. It is also known as Japan’s oldest stone bridge, and is a good spot to take that commemorative photo.
Chinatown has a history shaped in Nagasaki which developed as a trading port. Original Nagasaki dishes such as champon and saraudon were born here. The highlight is the Lunar New Year Lantern Festival.