With its long history of interaction with foreign cultures, Nagasaki has a richly cosmopolitan food culture, combining the cuisines of wa (Japan), ka (China), and ran (Europe, particularly Dutch and Portuguese). Many of Nagasaki’ foods have gained nationwide fame.
Nagasaki also boasts Japan’ second largest seafood catch, with a greater variety of fish than any other fishing port in the country. The opportunity to eat fresh seafood at low prices is another reason to visit this wonderful city. Here are some of Nagasaki’ most representative foods.
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(The introduction site for restaurants offering menus in foreign languages in the City of Nagasaki)