SpotDejima Dutch Trading Post

The Dejima Dutch Trading Post was moved to Dejima in 1641 and for the next 218 years Dejima was the sole point of access for the rest of the world. White sugar, velvet, calico, leather goods, wool, glass, tin, ham, chocolate, coffee, beer, wine and butter were all imported via Dejima and games such as billiards and badminton also found their way in to become popular pastimes.

Dejima Dutch Trading Post


6-1, Dejimamachi, Nagasaki city, Nagasaki





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