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The Dejima Dutch Trading Post site is designated as a National Historic Site. It served as Japan's only window of trade with the western world for about 200 years during its perod of isolation. Dejima was restored by Nagasaki City. Because the word ”jima” means ”island”, many people are surprised that it is not an island but is located on ordinary flat land. The surrounding area of Dejima was reclaimed and it is said that it was already in its current state by the Meiji period.

  • Address

    Dejima-machi, Nagasaki, Nagasaki

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  • Entry fee

    Adults ¥510
    High school students ¥200
    Junior high and elementary school students ¥200

  • Opening Hours

    8:00-18:00 *Entrance to facilities before 17:40. Closing time changes by the season.

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  • Best Season

    All year

  • Point

    In the current Dejima, you can see remains and buildings of four time periods which are broadly categorized. The renovation project is in progress and is scheduled to be completed in 2050.

  • Nearest Station/IC Access

    Take a bus bound for “Shokakuji-shita" from “Nagasaki Station" to “Dejima" and walk a little. Or arrive at “Tsukimachi" and walk for one minute.

    Take a bus bound for Shinchi Terminal from “Nagasaki Station South Exit" and arrive at “Nagasaki Shinchi Terminal". Walk for 5 minutes from there.

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