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  1. Be prepared with the most accurate day forecast for Nagasaki Shi, Nagasaki, Japan with highs, lows, chance of precipitation from The Weather Channel and meostaphanamlehonbufflotuminesub.coinfo
  2. Nagasaki, capital and largest city of Nagasaki ken (prefecture), western Kyushu, Japan, located at the mouth of the Urakami-gawa (Urakami River) where it empties into Nagasaki-kō (Nagasaki Harbour).
  3. 1 day ago · At two minutes past 11 o’clock in the morning on August 9, , an atomic bomb exploded over the Japanese city of Nagasaki. At that moment, Kazumi Yamada, a 12 .
  4. notes for Nagasaki The first Japanese port to welcome Western traders in the sixteenth century, it was the only Japanese port open to the West from to
  5. Nagasaki's most famous dish is champon (ちゃんぽん), which is a hearty dish of noodles in a pork-based broth, filled with vegetables, bacon, shrimp, squid, and scallops.. Saraudon (皿うどん) is another popular dish that combines the meat, seafood, vegetables, and sauce of champon, but serves it on a plate, or 'sara', over crispy dry fried noodles.
  6. World War II - World War II - Hiroshima and Nagasaki: Throughout July the Japanese mainlands, from the latitude of Tokyo on Honshu northward to the coast of Hokkaido, were bombed just as if an invasion was about to be launched. In fact, something far more sinister was in hand, as the Americans were telling Stalin at Potsdam. In physicists in the United States had learned of.
  7. Somewhat later in Nagasaki's history, in , an ill-fated break in the clouds led to the city becoming the target of an atomic bomb originally intended for Fukuoka. It was the second, and last, time in history that a city would be decimated by an atomic weapon. For those interested in this sombre aspect of Nagasaki's history, the Peace Museum.
  8. (nä′gə-sä′kē, năg′ə-săk′ē) A city of western Kyushu, Japan, on Nagasaki Bay, an inlet of the East China Sea. The first Japanese port to be opened to foreign trade in the s, Nagasaki was devastated by the second atomic bomb used in World War II (August 9, ).
  9. Aug 03,  · Seventy-five years ago this month, the United States dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan. Under the terms of the Geneva Conventions, the bombings would be illegal today.

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