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The city of Sasebo is located on the westernmost side of Japan's westernmost island. Since Sasebo is on an island, the only ways to get there are by plane or boat. If you planned for car hire services on the mainland, don't let that scare you because cars are allowed on the boat. If you don't have a car hire, there are car hire, taxi, railway, and bus services available on the island. You may want to opt for a car hire because both railway and bus only travel to specific locations on a limited time schedule and taxi's can end up being costly. No matter how you travel, the important part is to see the many wonders that the city has to offer.
When visiting Sasebo, you may want to stay at the Huis Ten Bosch, Japan's leading waterfront resort. This is no run-of-the-mill resort. The 152 square meter plot is styled to look like 17th century Holland, complete with waterway canals, tulips, and windmills. With 8,000 parking spots, you can decide on whether or not to take your car hire while touring Sasebo. You may, in fact, want to leave your car hire behind to visit the Kujuki Islands, 25 km off the Sasebo Port. These 208 islands have the highest density in Japan and form the National Sea Park. There are yachts, kayaks, and other means of sea travel available to tour the islands.
Sasebo also has a zoo with a spectacular view of the Kujuki Islands. With over 330 animals, 21,000 plants, and a variety of seasonal events, the Sasebo Zoological and Tropical Botanical Gardens has something to intrigue children of all ages. The only way to get there is either by taxi, car hire or bus. There are many other sites to see while in Sasebo, so you may want to plan ahead and leave extra time open for shopping.