Jan/24 - Feb/9, 2020 Nagasaki Lantern Festival

Sightseeing information about Jan/24 - Feb/9, 2020 Nagasaki Lantern Festival in Japan.


Jan/24 - Feb/9, 2020 Nagasaki Lantern Festival3.8

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"Nagasaki Lantern Festival" is one of the biggest lantern festival in Japan, which is originally begun as a celebration of the Chinese New Year by the Chinese marchants residents in Nagasaki.
During the festival period, over 15,000 colorful Chinese lanterns and large art objects decorate the entire city from Nagasaki Shinchi Chinatown to Chuo Park, Hama-ichi, Kankodori Arcade, etc, and many other locations throughout the city.
Also, colorful attractions such as Dragon Dance, Chinese Acrobatics, Erhu(Chinese traditional instrument) Perfomance, and more are held at various locations around the city.
You will be fascinated by the scenery dripping in the color of China which takes people to exotic, mysterious world.

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Reviews

3.0a week ago

Not much to see. The street is very short. It took only fewer than 10 minutes of walk to finish. Besides, almost every store sells similar things: various kinds of pork buns. Not much to see indeed.

3.05 months ago

Nagasaki chinatown is a must visit during Chinese New Year. The whole area is paraded with beautiful lanterns. If you are visiting on a regular day, there’s not really that much going around, some few shops here and some Chinese cuisine there. I really recommend visiting on Chinese New Year! It was amazing

5.07 months ago

A fantastic place for food and a beautiful place to visit during lunar new year.

5.09 months ago

The hustle and bustle of a Chinatown and it's all part of the experience.
If you have a keen ear, when walking down Shinchimachi, you'll notice that the lyrical Japanese of spoken conversations, change to the more confrontational Mandarin or Cantonese. Also that Japanese politeness gets toned down a few notches. The food on offering definitely changes to that of the Chinese cuisine, as expected.

3.011 months ago

Great food and drinks
English menus available in some restaurant