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Dutch Slope

Higashi-yamate-machi, Nagasaki, Nagasaki Prefecture
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  • Average50%
  • Poor9%
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“western style” (7 reviews)
“steep walk” (2 reviews)
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Higashi-yamate-machi, Nagasaki, Nagasaki Prefecture
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Reviewed 2 days ago

The history behind Dutch Slope (aka, Hollander Slope) is quite interesting. Many of the early Caucasian settlers were Dutch, and then it turns out that the locals would call ANY Caucasian Dutch because of the similar appearance. There are some old western style buildings here,...More

Thank StuartGustafson
Reviewed 23 September 2017

The Dutch slopes (there are a few) really relate to all Western traders pre war. The slopes are flanked by old buildings built by westerners in western styles, lots of wood and verandas.

Thank Linda_Laleston
Reviewed 26 August 2017

This is quite an incline leading up to the cathedral and church at the top. It has shops and eateries on both sides but they seem to close around eight as we went up after dinner. The cathedral is lit up after dark and is...More

Thank 585Rodney585
Reviewed 16 April 2017

This is unnecessarily hyped tourist destination when it is just a slope on a hill to return from the Dutch Cathedral and is lined with souvenir shops . It makes a good backdrop for pictures too but that's all about it .

1  Thank pilgrim_gsa
Reviewed 7 January 2017

If it wasn't for the title, it's just a steep walk. The name itself is a good reflection of previous generations of Japanese culture, but you don't really get any appreciation for the history when you work here.

Thank Ippei K
Reviewed 21 November 2016

All the former foreigner houses in this area are barren, some turned into photo galleries of old times. Reminiscent of a similar quarter in Koba which may be a more interesting. If you don't get there, don't feel you've missed anything. No 1. and 2...More

Thank 60726Nicky_11
Reviewed 7 October 2016

It was very great place to visit with young people to explain about the cultural differences between the oldern days and modern now...

1  Thank ruthjap2
Reviewed 6 October 2016

Close to Oura catholic church it is an area with great views of the bay containing attractive western style preserved clapboard buildings.

1  Thank Datchet
Reviewed 21 August 2016

We went here without much direction, and getting around in this area was kind of hard. The slope is REALLY steep, and it was a pain to navigate in the car. If possible, I would recommend walking because it would be easier to take in...More

1  Thank Korinirin
Reviewed 12 July 2016 via mobile

I thought it was an ok trip. Nothing much to see. The first house on the left is open for public, and you can get some coffee and castella.

1  Thank Guitaravaganza
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For 2 centuries till 19th century, the Netherlands is the only European country that had diplomatic and trade relationship with Japan. The 'Dutch' represented Europe in those days.
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