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This island, located about 40 minutes by boat from the port of Nagasaki, is commonly known as Gunkanjima Island. The lucrative undersea mining industry flourished here from the Meiji period to the Showa period. It closed in 1974 (the 49th year of the exhibition) and has not been inhabited since then. In recent years, exploring the ruins has become very popular with Japanese tourists and the island has now become an important tourist destination.
Hashima, Takashiima-cho, Nishisonogi, Nagasaki
Adults (Junior High School Students and Older) 300 Elementary school students 150
Dependent on tour operating company
Apr., May, Jun., Jul., Aug., Sep., Oct.
Good season to come here is introduced to be from April to October but you cannot enter here depending on the weather condition.
Please get off a tram at "Oourakaigandori station" and walk for thirty seconds to "Tokiwa terminal" and get on a ferry (for about thirty minutes).
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