Nagasaki Tera Machi Temple Street is one of the most famous places within the city limits of Nagasaki. The centre of Nagasaki City is called Tera-machi, which literally means Temple Street. It is anchored at either end by Nagasaki's two best-known temples, Sōfuku-ji and Kōfuku-ji, both Chinese in origin and two of the major tourist attractions within the Central Business District.
The distance between them is approximately 600 metres and is home to several smaller temples which obviously has many famous grave sites and unique statues within the perimeter. Each Temple is unique and worth investigating and without a doubt a surprise around every corner will delight you and keep you intrigued at all times. That is of course if strolling around gravestones and tombs don't freak you out too much? As for me, this has never been a problem so I was in my element and roamed freely far and wide.
Tera-Machi and it surrounding area makes for a relaxing stroll around and of course many fabulous pictures are possible. If you have a couple of hours up you sleeve and want to get a feel of the older areas of Nagasaki then this is the place for you.
Come and check out Tera Machi and its temples on the famous Nagasaki Temple Street on a map!
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Lots of interesting sights to see
Fabulous views from all angles
Looking at the entrance of a Temple from the top
The buildings and details are very impressive
Greeted by a interesting statue
Come in and have a look around
Here are a couple of videos of Nagasaki Tera Machi Temple Street, check it out: