The Former Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank Nagasaki Branch Museum

Nationally Designated Important Cultural Property

An invitation to a retro-modern world view
in a dignified Western-style building.

| Historical Story |

Near the end of the Edo period, the Nagasaki branch of the Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank was established. Designed by Kikutaro Shimoda, a great architect of the Meiji and early Showa eras. It has undergone various transitions and has been restored to its original form.

▲Feel your heart skip a beat as you step back in time. Experience an outstanding atmosphere that remains to this day.

The multi-purpose hall on the first floor with gorgeous decorations from the Meiji era, faithfully recreates the atmosphere. Experience the dignified retro-modern ambiance and the leading architectural style of the time. Though listed as a National Important Cultural Property, it is also flexible and well suited for events and functions of any kind.

Unique points
■A picturesque retro-modern ambiance.
■A dignified yet flexible space.
■The unique feeling that Nationally Designated
Important Cultural Properties possess.
Voice from the Venue
Come and experience a unique atmosphere combining Western and Japanese design influences.
Unique points
■A picturesque retro-modern ambiance.
■A dignified yet flexible space.
■The unique feeling that Nationally Designated
Important Cultural Properties possess.
Voice from the Venue
Come and experience a unique atmosphere combining Western and Japanese design influences.

Unique Venue

Venue area(㎡) Seated/Standing Unique Venue Availability
Multi-purpose hall 148 70/ – 18:00~21:00
Multi-purpose hall

Venue area(㎡)
148

Seated/Standing
70/ –

Unique Venue Availability
18:00~21:00

Male: 1st Floor & 3rd Floor
Female: 2nd Floor

【Remarks】Grand piano, Audio system, air conditioned.

※Please contact us for details.

Facility information

Name of facility The Former Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank Nagasaki Branch Museum
Address 4-27 Matsugae-machi, Nagasaki-city
TEL 095-827-8746
HP http://www.nmhc.jp/museum_hsb/

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