ABOUT MUSEUMThis is Gunkanjima Digital Museum

The leading-edge digital technology allows you to travel back in time to Gunkanjima in those days!
Gunkanjima (Hashima Island) was placed on the UNESCO World Heritage site list in July 2015 as a site of Japan's Meiji Industrial Revolution: Iron and Steel, Shipbuilding and Coal Mining.

Through the huge screen and the projection mapping, this museum takes you to the former flourishing time of Gunkanjima when it had the highest population density in the world, as well as a restricted area where you could never see even by the landing tour.

See exhibitions in detail

SPECIAL MOVIEDigital Museum PR Video (50 sec. ver.)

デジタルミュージアムPRビデオ(50秒 ver.)




Opening Hours

9:00 - 18:00 (Final Admission at 17:30), Irregular holidays


(Ages 13 to 18)
(Ages 7 to 12)
(Ages 3 to 6)

Free for children ( Ages 2 and under)
*( ) shows a price for individual in a group of 15 or more.
*Visitors with disabilities are entitled to group discount rate for the person himself/herself and a companion by showing their disability certificate.

[Special discount for Nagasaki Citizen]
The people living in Nagasaki City can take advantage of special discount of 50% off of admission fee. *You are requested to show your ID card such as driver’s license, insurance card or certificate of residence proving your address.


  • Nagasaki Streetcar
    A 1-minute walk from the “Oura-Tenshudo Shita” station on Nagasaki Streetcar.
  • Nagasaki Bus
    A 30-second walk from the bus stop “Glover-en Iriguchi” on Nagasaki Bus (#30 or #40) departing from Nagasaki Station South Exit (bound for Hotel New Nagasaki).
  • Car
    When using the superhighway, please leave it at the last exit called "Nagasaki Dejima Road", then go on the left after the first fire, in direction of the "Glover Garden". A 5-minute car ride from there.