Nagasaki's Outlet Island is an artificial island built by the shogunate's policy of locking the country in the Edo era. The outline of the island is fan-shaped. From 1641 to 1859, the Dutch resided in Japan. During the period of the policy of lockout, the Dutch could stay in Japan. The Netherlands set up trading posts on islands. The original plan was to take in Portuguese residents, but later changed to Dutch residents. The cost of building the island was paid by the public. The Dutch pay rent to the public every year. Out of the island was filled up in 1904 by the government to improve the Bay and became part of the city of Nagasaki today. The original area of out of the island has been divided by roads. Restorations began in 1996.
Out of the island is a man-made island built in Edo period for Dutch businessmen to live in. Now, the architecture of out of the island is restored according to historical data. It presents the style of combination of Western and Japanese styles as a whole. Most of the buildings can be visited and the history of island construction and trade with Europe can be seen.
Nagasaki Harbor is beautiful and suitable for taking pictures in the sun. Peace Park is heavy and there is no war. You can also visit the island. An old man-made reclamation trading station, with many warehouses, now the Nagasaki Municipal Government is working hard to restore the past.
Out of the island scenic spot was rebuilt later, covering a small area, but with a very unique style of half and half ocean, it is worth seeing. However, many rooms need to take off their shoes, remember to wear clean socks to go oh, there are many out-of-island specialties in the store can be purchased, if you want to buy postcards, out-of-island is also a good place, the variety is more complete than Nagasaki Museum of Art.
This is Japan's window to the West in the past. It's very distinctive and worth visiting.
It's a good place. It feels like it used to be. It's good for the room to recover.