Fantastic Night View from Mount Inasa
Located within Nagasaki City, Mount Inasa is a 333 metre (1093 feet) high mountain that is best known for the view you can get from the summit observatory. The night view from Mount Inasa of Nagasaki city was selected as one of the “Three Major Night Views of Japan”, along with that of Mount Hakodate, Hokkaido and Maya Mountains, Hyogo. These night views are also known as the “Ten Million Dollar Night View”, and the charming city lights with mountains in the background are breathtaking. Access to the summit is via a 5-minute ropeway.
Unzen-Amakusa National Park: the Onsen Land
Unzen-Amakusa National Park, opened in 1934, is the first National Park in Japan. Its trail is most famous for the “Jigoku Meguri”, which means “to explore hell”. This is because Mount Unzen, which is in this National Park, is an active volcano that produces lots of sulphur from its vents, and this scene reminds people of hell. There is an observatory located along the trail which will take about 20 to 30 minutes to complete. Unzen-Amakusa National Park is about 1 hour 20 minutes from Nagasaki station by car. There are also many onsens (hot springs) around the area.
The Official Hotel of Huis Ten Bosch (from US$108)
Watermark Hotel Nagasaki Huis Ten Bosch is one of the 6 official hotels Huis Ten Bosch is partnered with. The hotel provides a free shuttle bus service to Huis Ten Bosch, making access very convenient. Furthermore, you can have an exclusive night view of the lit-up theme park from your own room, making Watermark Hotel Nagasaki Huis Ten Bosch a great place to rest after a long day at the theme park!