Nagasaki Seaside Park

A convenient seaside park, the ocean breeze and pleasant greenery are a treat for your five senses.

| Historical Story |

It’s located on the port side of Dejima. Built on reclaimed land, the park was created as part of the redevelopment of Nagasaki Port. You could imagine standing on what was once the sea, a part of the “Port of the Crane”.

▲The “Earth Square”, which can be used as a venue, is a great spacious area that can accommodate a large number of people. There is also an open air theater, as well as benches surrounded by trees for a very relaxing atmosphere.

Located on the bayside as the name “Seaside Park” suggests, it has the comfort of a warm forest as well as a refreshing ocean breeze. The vast space also has an area where you can relax with trees and lawns. Various events and functions are possible 24 hours a day.

Unique points
■A pleasant forest and ocean atmosphere.
■Wide open space suitable for a variety of events
and functions.
■Great location with easy access to all parts of town.
Voice from the Venue
Come and enjoy the pleasant forest and an ocean breeze and that only the seaside can provide!
Unique points
■A pleasant forest and ocean atmosphere.
■Wide open space suitable for a variety of events
and functions.
■Great location with easy access to all parts of town.
Voice from the Venue
Come and enjoy the pleasant forest and an ocean breeze and that only the seaside can provide!

Unique Venue

Venue area(㎡) Seated/Standing Unique Venue Availability
Earth Square 30,000 Several thousand people possible 24hour
Earth Square

Venue area(㎡)
30,000

Seated/Standing
Several thousand people possible

Unique Venue Availability
24hour

Accessible toilet. Portable toilets are highly recommended for very large events. Affiliated parking lot

※Please contact us for details.
※As the area is open to the public, catering can be provided by showing a valid pass.

Facility information

Name of facility Nagasaki Seaside Park
Address 22-17 Tokiwa-machi, Nagasaki-city
TEL 095-818-8550
HP http://www.mizubenomori.jp/index.html

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