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Thomas Blake Glover, who came to Japan from Scotland in Meiji period, built his house in Minamiyamate hill (in 1863). ”Glover Garden” mainly consists of the Former Glover house, the Former Ringer house and the Former Alt house, National Important Cultural Properties; and six other western-style buildings built in the Meiji period, which were relocated and reconstructed at the present place though they were once scattered throughout the city. As an exotic sightseeing spot, more than one million tourists visit there throughout the year.
8-1 Minamiyamate-machi, Nagasaki, Nagasaki
Adults ¥ 610High school students ¥ 300Junior high / Elementary school students ¥ 180
8:00-18:00( Entries accepted until 17:00)
Jan., Apr., May, Jun., Jul., Aug., Sep., Oct., Nov., Dec.
Flowers are arranged everywhere in the garden, so you can enjoy seasonal flowers whenever you visit. The events such as illuminations are held each season. Check the information on the website.
About 8-minute walk from the tram stop "Oura Tenshudo Shita" or "Ishibashi"
Get off at "Nagasaki Shinchi Terminal" of the Airport Limousine (via Dejima Doro) from Nagasaki Airport (about 35 minutes), and walk about 15 minutes
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