Out of the island's revetment, the river is taking us back to the Edo period
Chinatown because there are so many people, we didn't go back for a long time and then returned to the original drop-off point, but found a beautiful place nearby - out of the island The revetment, this is what I imagined in Japan. The ancient buildings of the Edo period were lined up along the river, and they were so beautiful.
The island on the map indicated by the above chart is the only window for Japan's external relations during a period of a fan-shaped artificial island in Nagasaki Port, and during the mid-17th century to the 19th century. Walking on the streets of the island, sometimes the feeling of light back. The sea around the island, and later because the urban transformation was filled, leaving only a curved river, it became what we saw. There are many European-style buildings left by the Dutch at the time. After reconstruction, the houses on the artificial islands were reopened to tourists, providing a good historical overview of the life of the 15th century Nagasaki people. The miniature model of the island is also displayed in the remains of the Dutch islands. The model is made by reducing the island before the reclamation in 1904 to one-fifth.
The river is long, the white wall and black tile unique to the Edo period, with the distinctive mark of that era. Although this is a place that is easily overlooked, it does not prevent us from staying away from the crowd, stopping and walking here, enjoying the rare quiet and slow pace of this trip.
작성일: 2019년 4월 29일