Clean, nice, but the instructions on how to get there are confusing on this website. If you want to stay there, the instructions are right until you see the stone torii. You will have to go up some steps to the torii.
Welcome to\'Once upon a time in Japan\'We are Japanese style guest house,cheap hostel.Nagasaki Kagamiya provides you with our rooms reasonably from 2300 yen per night.We hope that you will relax as you're in your relative's house and enjoy meeting other guests.A Gourmet map of Nagasaki is prepared to make you enjoy Nagasaki special food very near to us.ØCheck in: 3:00 PM - 8:00 PMØCheck out: 11:00 AMØTax and service charges are included in room rates. ØAmenities: A air-conditioner in all rooms. No TV, no refrigerator in all rooms. Private rooms are lockable.No smoking in building. A smoking area in garden.ØPublic space- 1st floor: Free Internet line. A shared refrigerator. No shared kitchen.. Shared shower rooms and bathrooms. Lending hairdryers for free Enjoy your time as you get information about Nagasaki, you read kimono magazines, and you talk to other guests who might be your lifelong friends.ØPlease bring: your towels, amenity kit, and nightclothes. Rental towels: 100 yen / eachØAround us: A family restaurant, a convenience store.No our parking lot.A toll parking lot within 5 minutes' walk: 1,000 yen/ 24 hour
1No smoking in building. A smoking area in garden.2A shared refrigerator. No shared kitchen.. Shared shower rooms and bathrooms.3Check in: 3:00 PM - 8:00 PM Check out: 10:00 AM4567890
1-12-9 Honkawachi Nagasaki-city
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Clean, nice, but the instructions on how to get there are confusing on this website. If you want to stay there, the instructions are right until you see the stone torii. You will have to go up some steps to the torii. From the torii, you will see another set of stairs in front of you, leading up to the Shinto shrine. DO NOT take those steps - the steps to Kagamiya are much closer, on the right (just before the stone foxes), and appear to lead back in the direction in which you came.
Also, where the instructions say, 'take the tram to Hotarujaya' - Hotarujaya is the terminal, so it's marked (sometimes in English) on the number 3 trams. It's the tram stop closer to the far side of the street if you're heading there from the station.
There are three tram lines that terminate in Hotarujaya, so it's easy to get to most places in Nagasaki from the Kagamiya.
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