You can get on and off as unlimited as you like and the more you use, the more you save.
Streetcar pass on sale now!
Unlimited rides on streetcars in Nagasaki City! Two types of tickets are now on sale the ONE-DAY PASS and 24-HOUR PASS which can be ridden by simply showing the screen of your smartphone! That can be purchased at any time are cashless and can be used quickly. These tickets can be purchased at any time, are cashless, and can be used quickly making them ideal for visiting tourist spots in Nagasaki City and for daily excursions.
Nagasaki Electric Tramway ONE-DAY PASS for Streetcar
Adult¥500 / Child¥250
This is a one-day unlimited ride pass for streetcars in Nagasaki City and is recommended for those who are sightseeing in Nagasaki on a day trip. (Valid only on the day of use)
Nagasaki Electric Tramway 24-HOUR PASS for Streetcar
Adult¥600 / Child¥300
This is a 24-hours unlimited ride pass for streetcars in Nagasaki City and is recommended for those who stay overnight in Nagasaki for sightseeing. (Valid for 24-hours from the start of use)
Nagasaki City is such a place!
Surrounded by the sea, Nagasaki has a beautiful landscape composed of many islands. The total number of islands such as Goto Islands, Iki, and Tsushima is 594! Proud of being the best in Japan. The islands have long been developed through trade with the Korean Peninsula and mainland China. During the Nanban or period of national isolation trade with the West played a major role in Japan's modernization.
Nagasaki has two World Heritage Sites, one of which is related to Christianity. One is the cultural heritage including the oldest Christian building in Japan, Oura Tenshudo (get off at Oura Cathedral), and the other is the Industrial Revolution Heritage of the Meiji Era, including Hashima Island (Battleship Island). There are many places that have retained a strong sense of foreign culture through trade, including the exotic Glover Garden on Minami Yamate Hill (get off at Oura Cathedral), Shinchi Chinatown (get off at Shinchi Chinatown), one of the three major Chinatowns in Japan, and Dejima Island (get off at Dejima), where you can take a time trip back to Japan at the end of the Edo period! Nagasaki is a place that suffered a great deal from the war. The Peace Park (get off at Peace Park) and the Atomic Bomb Museum (get off at Atomic Bomb Museum) are facilities that were built to firmly carry on the negative history of the city.
Nagasaki is also a treasure trove of Japanese, Western, and Chinese food culture. Traditional dishes such as Shippoku cuisine which is a mix of foreign essences and whale dishes which emphasize the bounty of the sea to Goto Udon noodles which are thin and firm also Kakuni steamed bun which can be enjoyed in Shinchi Chinatown there is so much variety that it is hard to conquer it all. Do not forget the gourmet food of the citizens, Nagasaki Champon and Sara Udon.
Nagasaki is a small city with the charm of the world concentrated in it. There are many fulfilling encounters scattered throughout the city that cannot be fully explored in one day. There are many hills and narrow alleys and it is difficult to get around. The streetcar is a very convenient way to get to the sights. The view from the streetcar window adds to the exotic atmosphere.