Take a tram to Dapu Heavenly Cathedral and get off, walk for 5 minutes. There are many scenic spots nearby. Four Seas Towers, Nagasaki House and Confucius Temple in Nagasaki are all on the same road. This port city has a long history of trade with China, and is also the only external window for the Tokugawa shogunate during its closure period. When we went there, the Quantum Star landed, and the road was full of Chinese people, especially Shanghai aunts.
Every time I take a cruise to Nagasaki, I always arrange to turn here before I finally get on board. The time is very compact and I can only walk down the ramp. The church is at the end of the ramp, next to the entrance to the Gora Bar Park. There is a charge to enter the church, because there is no time to enter, so we can only look at the door. This time, we can see that there is scaffolding outside the church. Maybe it is repaired.
A scenic spot found on the hillside opposite the cruise port is said to be a well-known wooden structure. Visits are free of charge, and there is a charge for admission. There are many specialty stores on both sides of the church slope. Nagasaki cake can be said to be available at home. It's expensive. Some can try and buy delicious cakes.
It's just across from the cruise terminal. It's ten minutes'walk across the street. It's a very old church, similar to Xujiahui Church in Shanghai. It also has a cathedral on it. You can learn about the process of trade between Japan and the Dutch during the period of the lock-up.
Yanfeng Church is going to land in the World Cultural Heritage Dapu Catholic Church as part of the "Nagasaki Church Cluster" and be promoted as the World Cultural Heritage. The architectural style of Yanfeng Church is quite elegant. But it can't be said to believe in Catholicism, nor can it say why. Those who believe in Catholicism can see it.
Out of Nagasaki Harbor, across the road, walking up the hill for five minutes, you can see the church facing you. It is the oldest European Church in Nagasaki. There are always a lot of visitors here. There are mail shops and gift shops on both sides of the pedestrian street up and down the hill.