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An artificial island to which Dutch workers were restricted during Japan's era of isolation, the area is now being restored and includes historical buildings, a museum and a miniature model of the former island.
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This museum is part of an old district and is kept very well. There you can rent specific costumes and after dressed up you can parade through the site foe example an hour. Ladies were ver nice dressed up. Man's dress was so so.
Although it only gives you a glimpse of the life on Dejima in the later years, you can really experience a time-travel sensation. I hope the site will be enlarged and improved one day providing more historical context, but this place is a must, especially...More
Absolutely one of the most interesting spots to visit in Nagasaki is Deshima. This former trading post of the Dutch VOC used to be an island centuries ago but is now fully engulfed into the city of Nagasaki. However many years ago the Nagasaki authorities...More
Informative and interesting, some rooms are empty but others have some great examples of Ceramics- Japanese and European.
Interesting take on dutch food in the cafe.
The japanese are very proud of thier links to Maastricht, its a shame that Maastricht has no trace of...More
Most stuff here is not original. Mostly restored buildings with inside exhibits. Sounds better than it really is. Think Sturbridge village-and you will know what I mean. We spent too much time here. Basically a walk through if you are not on a tour. Overall...More
We spent over two hours here! Lots to see (and read), a great way to get some of the very interesting history about Japan's trading history with Portugal and the Netherlands.
A highlight in Nagasaki for sure.
Definitely worth a visit if you are interested in better understanding not only Nagasaki’s history, but also an important part of Japan’s history in opening up to the outside world. This site has been very well restored in recent years, and the various buildings now...More
Of the many places I visited in Japan, the unassuming cluster of restored buildings that make up Dejima turned out to be one of the most fascinating and most enjoyable things I have been to in all my travels. For 200 years, this Dutch trading...More