Nagasaki is the famous port city on the west bank of Kyushu Island in Japan and the capital of Nagasaki Prefecture. Located in the western end of Japan, Nagasaki City is only 800 kilometers away from Shanghai, China. It has been a bridge between China and Japan since ancient times. Nagasaki City is one of the few ports open to the outside world during the Japanese lock-up period. It is a transportation hub city. The United Kingdom, Portugal, and the Netherlands all have close contacts with Japan through it.
Inasa is 333 meters above sea level. It is one of the few night scenes in the city. At the top of the mountain, there is the Inasayama Observatory, which offers a panoramic view of the port and the city.
has a cable car.
With thousands of lights from buildings and boats shimmering below, you’ll see why Mt. Inasa is said to possess a ‘10 million dollar view’.
We were a bit sceptical of its claims as one of the 3 great nightime city views but it is amazing. Sunset is best time but there are long queues then, so allow extra time if you want to capture the sun setting. Entrance is free at the observatory. Plenty of people at night but the platform is quite spacious. Highly recommend if your in Nagasaki. You don't realise how big Nagasaki is until you come up here.
Nagasaki is located in Kitakyushu, Japan, and is a famous port and tourist city.
There are three places around the mountain, a great location facing the sea and a unique view of the mountains and seas. You can enjoy the dreamy night scene on Inasayama, which also makes Nagasaki win the latest "Japan III". The big night view and the "three big night scenes of the world" double title.
This time I came here and went to the restaurant on the Observatory to enjoy dinner and enjoy the night view... definitely one of the most romantic dinners in my heart.