24 Hours in Nagasaki | 6 Things to do in Japan's Hidden City

Publisert 20. juli. 2021
Nagasaki is hidden away on Japan's southern coast. We explore the abandoned Gunkanjima Island, enjoy mouthwatering street food and bring back Dr Jelly one last time.
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  • NOTIFICATION SQUAD: The end of an era! The most action-packed, ridiculous series we've seen on Abroad in Japan, filled with volcanoes, airplanes, horses, abandoned islands and even an iTunes chart topping hit. A big thank you to you all for watching along. It's a tough series to beat, but perhaps we can make it happen later on this year (once I've recovered from this one). And a special thanks to the Abroad in Japan Patreon community for turning this mad idea into a reality ( www.patreon.com/abroadinjapan ). Now go back and re-watch the entire series! 2 hours of back-to-back mayhem! nowine.info/crone/PLSOR9_iNzVflGF8OZwBqYH4mxDXvlkpSX

    • Hide and seek yeah: you could die of thirst or starvation if there is any water on the island before you found someone!

    • That was a fantastic ending to this JAJ. And am anticipating your next video. Also, would like to see Chris do another live stream.

    • Could you make a video how it is to work as a English teacher in Tokyo 😄 would appreciate it a lot

    • I mean this when I say it, Chris literally sounds like a scholar when he speaks about Japan, you can tell how much love he has for the country! Good man! Much love!

    • you deserve an award for ''best youtube series'' i had a blast watching this and im excited for next years journey across japan!

  • THE GIRLS:18+ ARE SEXEDATE.UNO NOwine: this is fine Someon: says "heck" NOwine: BE GONE однако я люблю таких рыбаков++o

  • do a journey across japan but instead of japan you found an underground drug business and travel down to the 6th layer of hell to defeat satan himself as he was selling drugs on your turf. Nice series tho

  • Natsuki's English has improved a lot.

  • If I went to Nagasaki, I would definitely order chin chin ice-cream.

  • So many iconic moments and throwbacks I forget they all happened in one trip. Good job guys that was epic!!!

  • ky jelly

  • i sooo wanna go there.... ever since ive heard about nagasaki i wanted to go *-*

  • Wish Dr.Jelly was an anime 😂😂😂🤍 Loved this episode! Thank you guys

  • make a muscle rub called "belly jelly" for the next Doctor Jelly!!!

  • How did you make the label at 7-11?

  • Commercial seemed so legit ... For Japan.

  • The hair jelly advert doesn't seem any different to regular ads on Japanese TV. 😆

  • Natski for Prime Minister.

  • can I actually buy dr hair jelly?

  • Your intro sounds like 'Am I living in a box' by 80s band 'Living in a Box'.

  • Can we just call this Jelly across Japan? :D

  • Loved this incredible journey! Nagasaki is my favorite city that I've visited in Japan so far, and I hope to go back again when I can. I've had the pleasure of visiting Chinatown, Gunkanjima, and seeing the view from Inasayama-along with many other great places all around the city. I love how you can feel the history and the centuries-old interaction of different cultures as you walk around. Thank you so much Chris (along with Joey, Natsuki, Ian, and Norm) for exploring, celebrating, and sharing these amazing (and often hidden) places with all of us. Grateful for the opportunity to learn more about Kyushu through these videos. The quality of the film production and cinematography that you put into these vides really shines through as well, and takes them to the next level. Cheers mate.

  • Natsuki always brings a smile to my face 😆

  • i really love watching you three. thanks for so much information & entertainment. this series was a nice balance to the olympics -- which i'm also watching like crazy. please keep traveling together & bringing us along.

  • Dr. Jelly needs his own channel

  • Love you work, Chris.

  • :>>>>>

  • you literly geting fat you gone have nasty helth problems aside that i like your content

  • The face Norm makes during the Dr. Jelly commercial entirely makes that segment for me. Well done!

  • I really want that tripple cheese burger!

  • I wouldn't be surprised if all the challenges where Dr. Jelly ad.

  • Man where to go from here… cycle up to Hokkaido maybe?

  • The series should be renamed Jelly Across Japan instead.

  • Chris, I really like your videos man. I can't imagine NOwine without you and your beautiful friends, I already re-watch every video in your channel, keeps me sane and happy every time I watch a video in your channel, thanks man I greatly appreciate your efforts, much love.

  • Is Natsuki just being himself or forcefully trying to be funny?? It's becoming increasingly annoying... despite looking like a vere easygoing dude. Great video!!

  • A great team. Well done

  • 7:40 what a weird fish, only 2 eyes and no additional arms and legs

  • Watched the series as they were coming out and then went back through and watched all 3 series again across the last few days. Always amazing Chris, thank you

  • I really love the content Chris! You keep it funny and entertaining but also very professionally shot. Props to you and anyone who is in and works on the creation of your videos!

  • I really love the content Chris! You keep it funny and entertaining but also very professionally shot. Props to you and anyone who is in and works on the creation of your videos!

  • I always feel like I am watching an episode of Fairy Tale when I watch Joey with Chris and Natsuki do a challenge LOL

  • Shogun burger is available in Kabukicho, Shinjuku

  • Sticking with the pornhub font for your on screen text I see. That said, not even kidding, the Dr.Jelly commercials are better what you'd normally find on TV. God, TV these days sucks.

  • You are too strong!!!!

  • Seeing the burgers, it reminded me that a small Ranald MacDonald memorial is located in Nagasaki. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ranald_MacDonald

  • since this is basically over what happens now....

  • This is where they filmed Battle royale 2 film

  • 2:29 has me rolllllllling

  • Nagasaki, a reminder why we must never use nuclear or atomic weapons against each other.

  • I prefer this to any other commercial documentary I have ever watched. Absolutely fantastic content.

  • Where can we get Dr. Jelly products ???!!!

  • I’m scared one day they will work through all the other jellies to KY jelly. >.>

  • Dr jelly ad was so funny 😂 Such a great series😁

  • I see the appeal of it being a tourist site but eerie in the same time since in World War 2 Battleship island used to have slave labor camps where Koreans and Chinese were forced to work in the coal mines.

    • Oh forgot this, there is no Chinese because they are not part of Japan. It's only Korean and Taiwanese they were Japanese citizen at that time. To know how the Japanese control on Korean peninsula, here is the quote of what former US President Hebert Hoover said: “I first visited Korea in 1909, to advise some Japanese Industrialists on engineering matters. The Korean people at that time were in the most disheartening condition that I had witnessed in any part of Asia. There was little law and order. The masses were underfed, under-clothed, under housed and under equipped. There was no sanitation, and filth and squalor enveloped the whole countryside. The roads were hardly passable, and there were scant communication or educational facilities. Scarcely a tree broke the dismal landscape. Thieves and bandits seemed to be unrestrained. During the thirty-five years of Japanese control, the life of the Korean people was revolutionized. Beginning with this most unpromising human material, the Japanese established order, built harbors, railways, roads and communications, good public buildings, and greatly improved housing. They established sanitation and taught better methods of agriculture. They built immense fertilizer factories in North Korea which lifted the people’s food supplies to reasonable levels. They reforested the bleak hills. They established a general system of education and the development of skills. Even dusty, drab and filthy clothing had been replaced with clean bright colors.” - “Freedom Betrayed” (1965) Japan immediately released Koreans from the current North Korean-like slavery system upon annexation and it kept spending like 1/4 - 1/3 of their own tax money to improve Korean lives (while there was even a famine going on in northern part of Japan). They built more than 5,500 schools for children even Seoul University and taught Hangul which was long abolished by Korean government. Both Korean population and their life span doubled just in 35 years, Koreans paid less than half the taxes the Japanese and foreigners living on the Peninsula did. It may sound a lot different from what you may have heard from Korean now but this is another myth for most Japanese elders who actually lived together on that peninsula. Japan treated both Taiwan and Korea equally, however although Japan and Taiwan are still good friends today, but Korea just hates Japan.

    • Here’s the testimony by a former Korean professor Lee Woo-yeon at the UN: “No Koreans were abducted and made to work like slaves. Many went to Japan voluntarily, wages were paid impartially to all workers Japanese and Koreans alike and they lived a free and easy life.” nowine.info/loft/qoJqiIfZhsiegmE/video

    • Yes, there were mandatory labor for BOTH Japanese and Koreans as a Japanese citizen's duty at that time (and many Japanese men were drafted to the military service instead of labor and got killed) just like the mandatory (against their will) military service in South Korea today. Both labor and military service were set by applicable law at that time. Therefore, the terms 徴用 or 強制労働 Japanese used for those laborers should have been translated into English as “mandatory labor (service)” instead of “forced labor” because they were all paid (at least more than what they earned back in Korea, although there were a few months delay toward the end of the war ) and it offered much higher standard of living - their children attended school on the island while they could not before, they frequented movie theaters on their day-offs and participated in every festival held on the island dancing and singing “Jotta Jotta” in their traditional outfits. There are loads of records that show them transferring big money back home. You have probably watched a Korean movie or storybook that drew their children locked up in a dark dungeon like but in reality they were instead bullying Japanese kids in the classroom. By the way, before it became mandatory towards the end of the war, the exact same labor was one of their dream jobs, very popular work to apply among Koreans (actually any jobs in Japan at that time) and very hard to secure (like one in 50 applicants) so that so many Koreans resorted to smuggling themselves into Japan just looking for better life. Yes, being a coal miner is one of the hardest working condition jobs not only for Koreans but for Japanese as well or anyone in the world, but it was indeed the profession that the former residents on this island took a lot of pride in. Some Koreans even oversaw the whole operation and lead over Japanese workers especially when more and more Japanese men were taken into the military service.

  • Beautiful content man! Like always: top-quality, cinematography, acting, and humour. So good! Keep it up!

  • the norm bit kills me! so brilliant!

  • Dr. Jello Shot... 87 proof rescue. 🤪

  • Can we get a DR Jelly super cut?

  • Everytime I watch the traveling around Japan videos on this channel, I keep asking myself "What am I doing with my life? What's stopping me from living in the moment, instead of watching someone else live it for me?" And I have come down to an answer, and it's simply because... I HAVE NO MONEY!

  • I just watched all of the three Journey Across Japan seasons over this summer and I can't wait for the next one, whenever that may be. Gonna miss the theme song and Dr. Jelly

  • Good series as always. Also the Doctor Jelly ads man. I almost want Doctor Jelly merch.

  • some how this new local Japanese take away has those baps here and they are amazing

  • I love these videos so much! You guys are so entertaining!

  • Chris belly looks bigger

  • this is so special :)

  • I love this channel. Japan does aesthetic like no other.

  • Am I the only one who thinks Chris looks a bit like MrBallen?

  • This is easily the best out of the Dr. Jelly trilogy, I’d say it deserves multiple awards

  • You guys seem like solid dudes

  • My absolute favorite NOwine channel. This was terrific. 😁

  • This is a brilliant channel. Much better than any BBC travel show.

  • Natsuki is a good actor lol

  • Thanks for the great video! Loved Ian in curlers!

  • I love your channel but you have to shake the damn daily video ball thing to make people believe you didnt pe-select

    • chris after waching more you definitly pre selected it -______- i wont tell the peons who think the other 2 had a chance

  • Amazing series!

  • I'm so glad to see a return of Dr Jelly

  • Fuckin hell you guys are hilarious

  • Part of me would like to see how they manage a Dr Jelly KY advert... But part of me wants to run away screaming!!!

  • Incredible.

  • Oh yes, I would definetly buy Dr Jelly product!!

  • Was that tokyo lens haha

  • Doctor jelly part three well there will be a forth that's for sure.

  • best series on youtube

  • The ad was hilarious!!!

  • You are without a doubt my favorite content creator online. I really appreciate all the work you put into letting us live vicariously through you and your adventures.

  • I went up that mountain on Shogun Burger's opening night and it was packed! Unfortunately by the time I got to the front of the queue, they were all sold out :( Guess I'll just have to go back and try that triple cheeseburger for myself! As always, great content Chris and co., this series was hilarious! Looking forward to more :)

  • Easily one of the best series on NOwine

  • Damn you!! I almost teared up thinking about the Anime Film "In this Corner of the World" while watching this. Such a good film!

  • Not enough volcano in Nagasaki


  • found my new fav channel! yay!

  • At least Natsuki didn't suggest Dr KY Jelly. 🤐

  • So sad it’s over!! Great series.

  • Hearing that burger is a monster burger really makes me question how I maintain my weight.

  • You realize you now have to make a Dr. Jelly movie and Anime right?

  • my favourite ep

  • Po prostu wspaniale. Reklama to czyste zloto :)

  • having a meal while watching your video always makes them tastier!!!

  • The quality of this series is fantastic.

  • Somehow that was thee most superb Dr "hair" Jelly EVER!!! bravo! 👍👏👏👏

  • How amazing!!!! You guys are so creative !!! The Dr Jelly was superb!! Journey Across Japan has been incredible !!!! Joey, Natsuki and Chris make an incredibly interesting team!! 👍🙌👋

  • Just imagine "Dr Jelly" gets an actual brand. Instantly No1.BEST and well known japanese brand. It's like a magic!

  • Dr KY Jelly

  • Dr jelly trilogy > Dark knight trilogy 😭