Like so many cities, Nagasaki has what a Japanese city should have: mountains around, river in the middle, eagles in the sky, shrines, temples, vending machines and a shopping arcade on the ground. A turbulent history and the peaceful present moment. Very few public garbage pins or clocks, yet it's very clean and everything works beautifully. Again I can just make a brief stop to a place that earns a lot more attention. The stop may had been brief but it was a good one. This city left a special impression to me.
Nagasaki is now the farthest point I've visited in Japan. I will miss this place. Thank you everyone! Hope to see you again.
A familiar looking tram.
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