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Nakadori and Beyond: A Culture of Crafts and Christianity Close to Nagasaki

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5. February. 2020

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As the second largest of the Goto Islands, Nakadori is a peaceful but thriving community with a culture of crafts, Christianity and plenty of opportunities for day-trips. Home to Goto’s long tradition of udon-making and camellia oil pressing, the islanders are a self-sufficient and welcome visitors who want to try their hand at the unusual crafts. You can fish for your supper, island-hop and stretch your own noodles, all while relaxing into the island pace of life that Nakadori has perfected over generations.

Nakadori and Beyond: A Culture of Crafts and Christianity Close to Nagasaki

Index

  • Ota Udon: Fourth Generation Udon makers
  • Nama Fishing: Catching Dinner with Locals
  • The Christian Cave: An Unusual Boat Trip
  • Egami Catholic Church: An Island-Hopping Adventure
  • Camellia Oil Experience: A Geisha’s Secret
  • Transport on Nakadori Island
  • Access to Nakadori Island

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