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Shopping Spots in Nagasaki Area

  • Mirai Nagasaki Cocowalk
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Nagasaki Pref. Nagasakishi Morimachi 1-55
    This is a large shopping mall in Mori Town, Nagasaki City. In addition to shops and restaurants, there is a sports gym on the fourth floor and TOHO cinema with nine screens on the sixth floor. The highest point of the Ferris wheel, which is a symbol of the mall, is about 70 meters above the ground and the time it takes to go around is 10 minutes and 51 seconds. A nursing room, and baby strollers are available. It is a three-minute walk from Urakami Station. The mall has a bus terminal adjacent meaning bus access is easy.
  • Amu Plaza Nagasaki
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Nagasaki Pref. Nagasakishi Onouemachi 1-1
    This is a large shopping mall directly linked to JR Nagasaki Station, known as “Amu”. There are about 130 tenants, and on the fourth floor is the United Cinema with eight screens. The restaurant on the fifth floor “Kojoko” is popular for Champon and a dish of udon easily available in front of the station. Nursing room, and strollers to use are available at no charge.
  • Fukusaya Main Store
    180 Reviews
    Nagasaki Pref. Nagasakishi Funadaikumachi 3-1
    This is a Castella shop of long standing which was established in 1624. This Castella is characterized by its fluffy texture and the dough is made with carefully selected raw materials without using additives. The contrast with the texture of the granulated sugar laid on the bottom is also unique to the Fukusaya store. The current head office in Funadaiku Town was built in the early Meiji period. The charming store’s appearance also merits a visit. The nearest station is Shiambashi, a tram station.

    Of all the castella in Japan, Fukusayas castella, ranks top 1 on my list. But if you love chocolate+walnuts+raisins in a moisty, soft, fragrant cake, then the Hollander Cake is a must. When I went...

  • Nagasaki Karyo Shokando Castella
    Nagasaki Pref. Nagasakishi Uonomachi 7-24
    A castella (sponge cake) store located at the Megane-bashi (Spectacles Bridge), which is also a tourist attraction. The cake made using the finest ingredients with a ratio of five egg yolks and three egg whites is also offered to the Imperial family. The castella called “Tenchi Yuyu” is a cake that only special bakers were allowed to make to celebrate the birth of Prince Hisahito, and is still popular as a souvenir. It is a four-minute walk from the nearest station “Nigiwaibashi” tram stop.
  • Syououken
    83 Reviews
    Nagasaki Pref. Nagasakishi Uonomachi 3-19
    Founded in 1681, this venerable shop dedicated to castella, a Nagasaki specialty, located in Nagasaki City, Nagasaki Prefecture. Using no mechanization of any kind, one master is in charge of each of the shop’s 12 ovens, keeping the tradition alive of doing everything, from preparing the dough to the baking, by hand. Made with just eggs, flour, sugar, and starch syrup, the shop’s simple and delicate castella are so popular they have become a staple Nagasaki souvenir. Visitors can enjoy the shop’s vaunted castella as well as Western sweets in a retro atmosphere in the café on the second floor.

    fukusaya are the best two castellas in my humble opinion. lots of flavors and creative choices to fill your tummy up with.

  • Seifudo Glover Garden-dori Branch
    16 Reviews
    Nagasaki Pref. Nagasakishi Minamiyamatemachi 2-6
    A castella cake specialty shop located on the hill road leading to the popular Glover Garden in Nagasaki City, Nagasaki Prefecture. Moist Nagasaki castella, made with just sugar, flour, eggs, rice syrup, and granulated sugar is a popular and staple Nagasaki souvenir. In addition to standard plain, Seifudo sells a variety of castella flavors, including cheese, chocolate, and Earl Grey (all popular with students on school strips and women). The shop’s frozen castella, only available from fall to spring, has a more mature flavor that goes great with wine.


  • Sosyurin Nagasaki deep-fried Chinese pastry
    3 Reviews
    Nagasaki Pref. Nagasakishi Shinchimachi 13-17
    A Chinese confection shop located in the Nagasaki Shinchi Chinatown in Nagasaki City, Nagasaki Prefecture. The shop constantly bustles with tourists. The shop’s most well-known item is its hard and sweet mahua, known as the emperor of Chinese confectionery. Due to its twisted spiral shape, it is locally nicknamed the “yoriyori.” The shop also offers such popular Chinatown souvenirs as fried karinto puffs, redolent of peanuts and sesame, and geppei (mooncakes).


  • Bunmeido Sohonten
    100 Reviews
    Nagasaki Pref. Nagasakishi Edomachi 1-1
    A venerable castella cake shop founded in 1900. Using such exclusive ingredients as Nanban eggs, laid by hens fed on natural fodder and herbs, and select rice syrup, the shop’s uniquely prepared castella cakes have an elegant flavor. The main shop’s small indoor garden space is also a must-see. Just around one tatami mat in size, the contents of the garden change monthly, reflecting the four seasons of Miyazaki. A one-minute walk from Nagasaki Electric Tramway Ohato Station.

    Love the castella cake. Light and spongy. There were different flavours to choose from, e.g. chocolate, matcha, honey. We brought some home to give away to friends and family as souvenirs and they...

  • Nagasaki Yugi Shoten
    Nagasaki Pref. Nagasakishi Shinchimachi 10-9
    This Chinese miscellaneous goods shop is located in Nagasaki Chinatown in Shinchi-machi, Nagasaki City. It sells various goods and food products from China. At the storefront, they sell freshly-steamed dim sum snacks including sesame dumplings and meat buns using bamboo steamers.
  • Baigetsudo Main Shop
    39 Reviews
    Nagasaki Pref. Nagasakishi Hamamachi 7-3
    This Japanese and Western pastry shop located in Hama-machi, Nagasaki City was founded as a Japanese sweet shop in the Oura-machi area of the same city in 1894, and moved to its present location in 1927. They sell Japanese sweets and Western pastries such as Gosanyaki Castella using select egg yolks, and Gunkanjima Chocolate Tarts.

    See-su cream is the signature cake of this store. This store has more than 120 years of history. See-su cream cake has been number one in this store. I first read the article on Japan airlines...

  • Fruit Iwanaga
    Nagasaki Pref. Nagasakishi Heiwamachi 9-8
    A fruit shop across from Urakami Cathedral in Heiwa-machi, Nagasaki City. The shop sells fresh, seasonal fruit from across the country. The shop is adjoined by a cafe which serves food and drinks made with seasonal fruit like fruit kanten jelly and fresh juices squeezed to order.
  • Manjun Seika Main Shop
    Nagasaki Pref. Nagasakishi Suwamachi 7-28
    "A long standing Chinese confectionary shop established in 1884 and located in Suwa-machi, Nagasaki City. The shop sells Chinese confections like crunchy ""Yoriyori"" twists, renowned Chinese ""Geppei"" cakes, and baked ""Kinsenpin"" cookies made in the shape of an old Chinese coin. The shop also sells novel ""Casdor"" castella cakes baked like rusk sweet biscuits."
  • Mogi Ichimaruko Honke (Shinchi Store)
    Nagasaki Pref. Nagasakishi Kagomachi 4-20
    "This long-established confectionery store founded in 1844 is located in Kago-machi, Nagasaki City. They sell confectionery including ""Ikkoko,"" a famous Nagasaki baked confectionery originally from China that has become its signature, and Japanese Mogi loquat jelly using one whole specialty Mogi loquat. In addition, items utilizing loquats such as ""Biwa Castella Ogon no Shizuku"" and ""Lemon Cake"" made with a traditional production method are also popular."
  • Izumiya Main Shop
    1 Reviews
    Nagasaki Pref. Nagasakishi Yorozuyamachi 4-16
    "A castella cake shop situated along Bellenade Kanko-dori Arcade in Yorozuya-machi, Nagasaki City. The shop sells fresh baked castella made by skilled artisans using eggs exclusively from a specially contracted farm in Unzen. The shop also offers castella sweets like the ""Nagasaki Chocolate Castella,"" castella covered with bitter chocolate; and ""Kireka"" double layered castella consisting of a regular castella layer and an azuki bean castella layer; plus Nagasaki style Chinese dishes like chanpon and kakuni stew."


  • Iwanaga Baijuken
    66 Reviews
    Nagasaki Pref. Nagasakishi Suwamachi 7-1
    "This Japanese confectionery shop is located in Suwa-machi, Nagasaki City. It sells various kinds of Japanese sweets including ""kangiku"" ginger-flavored dried sweets that came to Japan from Ming Dynasty during the Edo period (1603-1868) (produced seven times a year, and rare to have them lined up in the store), ""moshihogusa"" using gyuhi (mochi-like confection made from kneaded rice flour, sugar, and starch syrup) and kombu kelp, and made-to-order ""Nagasaki castellas."" In addition, they also accept special orders such as assortments."

    おいしいカステラを事前に調べていて、とても気になっていたお店でした。 買えたらうれしいなぁー。と、ほとんど期待せずに、月曜日の11時30分すぎにお店に到着すると、なんと❗購入する事ができました。 購入翌日に食べるより、もう翌日に食べる方がしっとりしていて、おいしく感じました。

  • Kogetsudo Rouho
    Nagasaki Pref. Hiradoshi Iwanouechou 1247-2
    "A confectionary shop located inside the Hirado Bussankan on National Route 383 in Iwanoue-cho, Hirado City. The shop makes and sells ""Kasudosu,"" a confectionary whose recipe was conveyed to Japan from Portugal some 460 years ago. The establishment continues to make these tasty treats according to a recipe which uses castella cake dating to this time, and which for many years was kept a closely guarded secret by the Matsuura clan, the then-rulers of Hirado. These traditional confections have also been given to the former emperor and empress consort."
  • Saruku City 403
    Nagasaki Pref. Saseboshi Shimokyoumachi , Kamikyo Town, Honjima Town, Shimase Town, Sakae Town, Tokiwa Town, Matsuura Town
    This is the general name for the Yonkacho Shopping Street, Sankacho Shopping Street and the department store Sasebo Tamaya located in Sasebo City. The shopping streets stretches for approximately one kilometer over seven neighborhoods with nearly 1,600 stores, and is Japan's longest shopping street that goes in a straight line. At the Kirakira Festival held every winter, the inside of the shopping street is illuminated in many colors.
  • Tohtoumiya Honpo
    Nagasaki Pref. Unzenshi Obamachounzen 317
    "This Japanese confectionery shop is located in Unzen, Obama-cho, Unzen City along the Unzen Road. It is known for Unzen's famous snack ""Yusenpei,"" made one by one in a mold using flour, eggs, sugar and hot spring water. Besides selling sweets such as ""Unzen Toramaki"" with bean paste rolled in tiger-patterned dough and ""Unzen Jagaimo Yokan"" using specially produced potatoes, it conducts workshops to hand-bake ""Yusenpei"" (reservation required)."
  • Momotaro (Doza Store)
    Nagasaki Pref. Nagasakishi Douzamachi 16-3
    "This pork bun shop is located in Doza-machi, Nagasaki City. Besides high-quality Nagasaki pork, their ""Nagasaki butaman"" use select domestic ingredients with no coloring or preservatives, and have been loved as a staple Nagasaki souvenir since its founding in 1960. Besides selling freshly steamed pork buns from single purchases in the store, it also sells souvenir packs and Nagasaki gyoza dumplings."
  • Hakusan Porcelain Head Office Showroom
    10 Reviews
    Nagasaki Pref. Higashisonogigunhasamichou Yumutagou 1334
    A Hakusan Porcelain showroom situated along Prefectural Route 1 in Yumutago, Hasami Town, Higashisonogi County, Nagasaki Prefecture. Adjoined by the company headquarters and factory, the showroom displays and sells Hakusan Porcelain products, winner of numerous awards including the Good Design Award and the Long Life Design Award. The showroom's selection includes almost the entire current production lineup.


Nagasaki Main Areas


This hidden corner of the country is rural Japan at its best, where underground activity is to thank for active volcanoes and bubbling natural hot springs along the Shimabara Peninsula as well as the crystal clear waters of the Goto Islands off the west coast. Less well known than Hiroshima’s Peace Memorial Park, Nagasaki commemorates its own past at the Nagasaki Peace Park, which sits alongside the charming Meganebashi stone bridge and a mix of religious buildings with beautiful architecture, such as the Zen Buddhist Sofukuji Temple, the Confucian Shrine, and the Oura Christian Church.

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