Creating memorable events
at unique venues classic to Nagasaki

From large scaled events to more intimate meetings, you have venues to choose from with exciting options that will create a memory that lasts.

Glover Garden

Group events can be held in the Glover Garden, a world heritage site of the Former Glover House. Commanding view of Nagasaki Port in panoramic scope is available for a private use after business hours. In case of inclement weather, alternately Nagasaki Traditional Performing Arts Museum, or a hotel can be selected. Max. capacity : 1,800 people

Dejima International Club Restaurant

The perfect place to enjoy the history of Dejima, with Japanese, Chinese and Dutch cuisine. We especially recommend the wild game dishes. During the Edo period, people were already enjoying meat dishes in Dejima, as well as pasties (a baked pastry of boar and pork meats unique to Nagasaki). Max. capacity : 100 people

Dejima Wharf

A bayside commercial complex with pleasant sea breeze and overlooking the port is a great choice. This was the reception venue of the 108th Annual Congress of the Japan Surgical Society was held here with the cooperation of all of the restaurants and cafes. Max. capacity : 2,000 people

Nagasaki Museum of History and Culture
- Nagasaki Magistrate’s Tateyama Office

Replicated partial site of the original Nagasaki Magistrate’s Office opened as a museum is a truly unique venue in the world. A short case trial scene in the play Oshirasu is an added special touch. Max. capacity : 300 people

Kanko Maru

Replica of the original Kanko Maru, a sailing ship which was presented by the Netherlands, was a training ship of the Nagasaki Naval Training Center during the last period of Edo. From the ship, featured in NHK’s famous historical drama series “Ryoma-den,” enjoy a short cruise and feel the cosmopolitan air. Max. capacity : 300 people - 150 people for a party

Kofuku-ji Temple

The oldest Chinese temple of Obaku Zen school, its main hall a designated National Important Cultural Asset, is a must-see spot. A Chinese Zen master Ingen stayed here upon his arrival from China thus became the birthplace of ingen mame (snap bean) and inkan (personal seal). Max. capacity : 450 people Available : From October to Mid May

Entertaining important guests
with surprises of Nagasaki

Jaodori (Dragon Dance)

One of the more vigorous local performing arts offered at Nagasaki Kunchi Festival.


Bagpipe players dressed in tartan kilts play traditional Scottish music.

Opera Madame Butterfly

The story is set in the 19th century Nagasaki. The singing voices echoing around the exotic town are overwhelming.

Henmen - Face changing

Performers change the masks on their face one after another while dancing to music with a lilting rhythm.


Chinese two-stringed instrument. The melancholy sound leaves a profound impression.


Meiji Industrial Revolution Sites,
the Other UNESCO World Cultural Heritage

Nagasaki Prefecture is an untapped tourist treasure yet to be discovered. Get a feel of an island journey like Prince Edward, viewing Yunnan Province rice terraces or the magnificent sunset in the Aegean Sea islands as you enjoy the most Japanese like scenes, castles and hot springs. Each spot is accessible within 1 to 2 hours from Nagasaki City.

Matsuura City

- Doya terraced paddy fields

Goto City

- Takahama beaches

Shimabara City

- Shimabara Castle Takiginou

Sasebo City

- Kujukushima

Unzen City

- Unzen hot spring

Nagasaki Cuisine, a Culture of Its Own

Nagasaki Beef

Fresh Seafood

Champon & Saraudon

Fucha cuisine


A piece of Nagasaki you can take home

Glass ware “Nagasaki Chirori”

Glass toy “Poppen”

Hasami Porcelain “Compra bottle”