Explore the rich historical heritage of Hirado, Nagasaki

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Hirado (known as Firando on old Dutch maps) is a city located on an island just off the coast of Nagasaki prefecture, Kyushu. Take a private guided tour around Hirado's rich cultural and historical heritage!

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  • Visit the city of many cultures, Hirado
  • Stroll the historical little streets and see excellent examples of great architecture
  • See St Francis Xavier Memorial Church next to Komyoji Temple
  • Learn about the historical and trade relations with the Dutch
  • Visit the beautiful Hirado Castle

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Tabira-Hiradoguchi station on Matsuura Railways

Important Information

Your guide will meet you at Tabira-Hiradoguchi Station from where you will reach Hirado city by a short bus ride (transportation is not included in the price, 240 JPY).

What you need to bring

Your camera.

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