Sasebo
Nagasaki Prefecture
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4.5/5
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E28***59It was such a magical place. I felt like I was transported to Europe in an instant. Happy to have spent a whole day here last November.
4.6/5
121 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
东京浪人Kujuku Island is located in the sea area of about 25km from the outer side of Sasebo Bay to the north of Hiratsuka, Nagasaki Prefecture, and consists of many complex and strange coasts and many islands. The island density is Japan's first. 99 islands only mean a lot of islands, the actual number of 208. 99 islands attract many people to visit each day. Customers can take a cruise ship (pirate ship) and spend 50 minutes at sea to see the strange island scenery. The adult ticket is 1500 yen.
4.3/5
37 Reviews
Aquarium
julie2888Sea Sparkle Aquarium is located in Pearl Sea Resort. Kujukushima Aquarium has a nice name-"Sea Sparkle" (海きらら), which means like the brightest light on the sea. This aquarium reproduces the sea of Kujukushima as it is, and there will be different surprises when you pass through each hall. One of the main features is the approximately 100 species of jellyfish found in the waters of Kujukushima. In the Jellyfish Symphony Hall, melodious music and phantom light are used to show the graceful swimming of the jellyfish. The gently dancing jellyfish is brewed. The dreamlike atmosphere makes the whole body feel relaxed, just like listening to a symphony. It is a very popular display place for the aquarium and the largest jellyfish exhibition in Japan.
4.7/5
15 Reviews
Observation Deck
Yeliq111There are more than 240 large and small islands around Sasebo City, but for the sake of image, I named Kujukushima, which feels like Hangzhou’s Qiandao Lake. The best place to see these islands is called Zhanhaifeng. Take a look at Zhanhaifeng. It looks like Kujukushima.
4.5/5
10 Reviews
Museum
亚麻米子坤Sasebo is a strategic fortress in the west of Japan. The atmosphere of the Naval Self-Defense Force can be seen everywhere. Sasebo Port is stationed with various warships. You can learn about the historical changes of the military fortress in Sasebo.
4.4/5
6 Reviews
Churches and Cathedrals
翱翔的大鲨鱼Christianity began to be introduced in the late Sengoku period in Japan and developed to a certain extent during the Tokugawa Shogunate period. As a port designated by the shogunate, Nagasaki gradually had churches. The exterior of this church is very simple, with red brick structure. It is worth a visit.

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About Sasebo

Sasebo City is the central city in the northern part of Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan, and the second largest city in Nagasaki Prefecture. It is second only to Nagasaki City and is well known for its developed shipbuilding and defense industries. At the same time, the largest theme park in Japan's Kyushu region, 'Haestenborg', is also located here, so it is also a famous tourist city.

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Weather Forecast and Travel Tips for Sasebo
Oct 23, 2021 Sasebo Weather: Clear, Northeasterly Wind: 0–10 kph, Humidity: 44%, Sunrise/Sunset: 06:31/17:39
Sasebo Driving: Suitable, Running: Suitable, Cycling: Suitable

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