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Dejima

6-1 Dejimamachi, Nagasaki 850-0862, Nagasaki Prefecture
+81 95-821-7200
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An artificial island to which Dutch workers were restricted during Japan's era of isolation, the area is now being restored and includes historical buildings, a museum and a miniature model of the former island.
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6-1 Dejimamachi, Nagasaki 850-0862, Nagasaki Prefecture
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"trading post"
in 13 reviews
"reconstructed buildings"
in 7 reviews
"man made island"
in 7 reviews
"main gate"
in 4 reviews
"japanese history"
in 11 reviews
"small island"
in 7 reviews
"small dutch"
in 3 reviews
"artificial island"
in 5 reviews
"outside world"
in 5 reviews
"edo period"
in 5 reviews
"interesting place"
in 4 reviews
"shows how"
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"entry fee"
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"few hours"
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"on display"
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"take pictures"
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"nice walk"
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Old historic Dutch colony ,once an island , now settled within Nagasaki nr the port area ,and Chinatown.. Rebuilt to show the actual historic settlement that once thrived here ,lots to look and read about the history, you can venture into almost every building seeing...More

Thank mickknap
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It was very hot during our visit and you really need to walk around the site to find out whats there, which was quite tiring. It took us a while to really understand how this was once an island in the sea. Ideally there would...More

Thank Gerob76
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

As Dutch folks is was nice to visit this site. Much information over the past and lots of stuff to see. You can enter every house and there is only 1 house where you have to take of your shoes and that is house nr....More

Thank fearjuck
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Reviewed 13 May 2018

The Japanese have done their best to show Dutch history in Nagasaki. The island where Dutch traders were allowed to be based has been rebuilt on this former island barely two football pitches large.

Thank Fred W
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Reviewed 12 May 2018

An open air museum with recreated street scenes and authentic buildings. Interpretive panels explain the history of this trading post. Lovely to see beautiful local girls in hired kimonos who made the street scene look more picturesque. There is also an outdoor model which gives...More

Thank kathy b
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Reviewed 7 May 2018 via mobile

exhibition is spread over various buildings. disappointingly the same information is given several times over and although it’s a relatively new facility it uses an old fashioned museum approach. It’s a fascinating part of history so I did find it interesting but it could have...More

Thank Jane k
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Reviewed 1 May 2018

Dutch trading post notable for being the single place of direct trade and exchange between Japan and the outside world during the Edo period.

Thank Michael L
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Reviewed 23 April 2018

The concept behind this man made Island was interesting... how can we open up trade with the world, while keeping Christianity out? We will build an island. People bringing goods to Japan were to stay on Dejima until their own boat was loaded or repaired....More

Thank zeldamark52
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Reviewed 23 April 2018

No, it's not original. A reconstruction of the Dutch trading post which was one of the few/only western trading posts Not a lot of detail in the buildings interior, nor any museum. But very enjoyable, perhaps because it was new to me. Loved the "characters"...More

Thank SkyeBlueWaters
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Reviewed 15 April 2018 via mobile

Very interesting history of the Dutch and Portuguese in Japan. A man made island made for them and trade. Also to monitor the Christian missionaries. Goods for trade passed through here and opened up Japan to the west for better and for worse. This so...More

Thank Perry H
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geoff451
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Response from junechild | Reviewed this property |
I would recommend going to shrine or temple they have many close by.
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