|Meeting Point||at your hotel or Hakata Port|
|Ending Point||at your hotel or Hakata Port|
|Departure||09:00 AM ( recommended ) Flexible|
|Tour Type||Private Tour ( only for you )|
|Number of people||1 ~ 5|
Fukuoka has been the center of Kyushu since ancient times. You can enjoy melange of modernism and traditional Japanese aesthetics here in this bustling city.
You may change or customize your itinerary based on your interests and time conditions.
Yuko met us at the cruise terminal. After a short walk to the tram, we were off to see the highlights of Nagasaki. The tram was very crowded and Yuko worked diligently to keep our small group together. Our first stop was to the interesting Peace Museum. From there we walked to the Peace Park and Yuko told us more about the memorials and Nagasaki. After a couple more tram rides and a little shopping, we returned to the ship. We have nice memories of Yuko and Nagasaki.
Yuko, was wonderful. She offered us an excellent tour of Nagasaki. She was able to guide us throughout the city on Street cars and took us to a local restaurant that was really good and specialized in local cuisine. You will have a good time with Yuko.
Yuko helped us see so much of Nagasaki. We traveled by foot, street car (how quaint, "the San Francisco of Japan"), and taxi. Yuko met us promptly just outside the exit door of the terminal. We saw everything there was to see in just one day. She helped us order lunch at a local noodle house and showed us how to eat it. Such a good experience overall. We communicated and worked together easily. Nagasaki was fun and Yuko made it even better.
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