Your tour begins with a scenic drive to Inasayama Nature Park, located on Inasayama Hill. This is a famous spot for beautiful sunsets and night views. If weather permits, enjoy a view of Unzen, Amakusa and Gotoh Islands. Continue to Nagasaki Peace Park, dedicated to World Peace. The park covers eight acres and contains a large fountain and different statues and sculptures donated in the name of peace from various countries and artists around the world. The main statue is 30 feet tall and was commissioned by the city of Nagasaki. It depicts a man with one arm raised to the sky to indicate the threat of nuclear destruction and the other arm held horizontally in a gesture of peace. The man’s eyelids are closed in anguished prayer for those who perished in the bombing. Next, continue your drive and see Uragami Cathedral, which was the largest cathedral in the East until it was destroyed by the atomic bomb blast. View Dejima, once an artificial island in the port of Nagasaki, completed in 1636, to house Japan’s Portuguese residents. Today, Dejima is no longer an island, as the surrounding area has been reclaimed during the 20th century. However, a number of Dejima’s historical structures remain or are being reconstructed in the area. Before you return to the ship, time permitting, you will drive through Chinatown.