About Old Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank Nagasaki Branch Memorial Hall
This building is the only remaining work by Kikutaro Shimoda, a Japanese architect active from the Meiji to Showa period. It took about four years to build. When it was completed in the 37th year of the Meiji era, it was the largest stone building of its time. It is now designated as a National Cultural Property of Japan.
How to get there
Tram: From the Chikumachi Tram Stop, take the No. 5 tram bound for Ishibashi and get off at the Oura Tenshudo Shita Tram Stop. 3-minute walk from the Oura Tenshudo Shita Tram Stop.
By bus: 1 minute walk from Nagasaki Bus “Glover Garden Iriguchi” bus stop.
4-27, 4 Matsugae-cho Nagasaki City Nagasaki Prefecture 850-0921
The building of the Meiji era, designed by Japanese in the Western style, all built of stone, is still worth seeing.
The walk to Holland Ban is purely passing by to pay homage to the Father of the Nation. Just opposite the cruise ship pier, there is a bronze statue of Sun Yat-sen and Shokichi Umeya couple
Hastily arrived in this city with the cruise ship The impression is really only the atomic bomb
This place is just across the road from the cruise terminal, and it’s a very prominent location, with the Sun Yat-sen Memorial Statue nearby.
I passed by and saw the exterior, but I don’t know what to say. Can I count it as a tourist attraction? Not sure.
Western-style building, can only see the exterior, this place is very close to the Dutch slope, next to the parking lot.
You can see it from the ramp of Colaba Park, close to the Colaba Park bus stop, and it is lit at night. European style, but not as good as the Bund in Shanghai.