Living in Nagasaki
Nagasaki Prefecture is located in western Japan on the island of Kyushu, and has a population of 1.4 million people. Nagasaki Prefecture has one of the strongest presences of Christianity in any region of Japan. The prefecture has a large European, most notably Portuguese, influence on its modern architecture. The Shimabara Castle is a popular tourist destination for visitors to Nagasaki Prefecture, and is listed as one of the top 100 castles in Japan. Every Chinese New Year, a famous lantern festival is held in Nagasaki Prefecture. The region is also famous for champon, a noodle dish favored by many residents. Nagasaki City was victim to the second of the world's two nuclear attacks, in 1945. Museums and monuments such as the Nagasaki Peace Park provide education on the event.
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