The the Unzen-Amakusa National Park is a good place to check out while you are here. Unzen.
Of course, visiting just one place, regardless of its popularity, can only ever give you a narrow window into the wider cultural and natural fabric of a region. So be sure to enjoy Nagasaki 's other sights and attractions. Tamana, is 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the southwest, and Omuta is located 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the southwest.
Organize some transport and head out to Nagasaki, a transport and retail hub for the area, located approximately 25 miles (40 kilometers) away from Unzen. This bigger city has a wide range of visitor attractions, such as Sanno Shrine, Siebold Memorial Museum and Urakami Cathedral. Confucius Shrine, Suwa Shrine and Nagasaki Museum of History and Culture are good places to visit.
Nagasaki (prefecture) cuisine has its own unique flavors, so ensure you try as many of the local dishes as you can. Order some of the local specialties, for example champon (pork and seafood noodles) and kakuni (braised pork).
True travel is so much more than just the scenery, it's also about the poetry, song and story of a place. Your stay in Nagasaki will become all the more rewarding if you make the effort to try some handy phrases and sayings in Japanese. Why not try to pronounce "Isshoni odorimasenka?" The English translation of this phrase is "Would you like to dance with me?" A second helpful one is "Benjo wa doko desu ka?" (Where's the toilet?).
When the time comes to leave Unzen, spend the last of your yen on last minute keepsakes and say Sayōnara (farewell).