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Saihi Bus Terminal

Sasebo, Japan

The bus station offers express service to Fukuoka, Nagasaki, and the Nagasaki Airport. It is an inexpensive (and comfortable!) option to driving or taking the train. An English guide to riding the bus can be found at...

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Sasebo Train Station

Sasebo, Japan

Sasebo Station is the major railway station in Sasebo with lines running to Nagasaki, Fukuoka, and beyond. Reservations can be made through the ITT office on base or at the station itself. There are souvenir shops, convenience...

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Dog Hill Cafe & Restaurant

Higashisonogi, Japan

Dog Hill Cafe is past Hario, on the 205 towards Nagasaki. The owners do more than just serve Italian, American, and Japanese food... they also host a pet hotel and breed corgis. Lots and lots of short, wiggle-bottomed corgis!!

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Sawamoto Animal Hospital

Togitsu, Japan

This animal hospital, just outside Nagasaki, is about 1.5 hours away by car. They have advanced medical equipment and can perform CT scans, MRIs, and various surgeries. The staff does not speak English so you may need a translator.

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Nagasaki Peace Park

Nagasaki, Japan

The Nagasaki Peace Park serves to commemorate the atomic bombing of the city on August 9, 1945. It is located next to the Hypocenter Park, which marks the epicenter of the bomb, and the Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum. The park is home...

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Nagasaki Lantern Festival

Nagasaki, Japan

The Nagasaki Lantern Festival is an annual celebration of the Chinese New Year, beginning in early February. Once confined to Chinatown, there are now events spread throughout Nagasaki with fireworks, Chinese acrobatics, dragon...