"Dejima" is a fan-shaped artificial island built in Nagasaki as a part of isolation policies implemented by Edo Bakufu. Japan traded with Netherlands through this island this period. This is named "Ruins of Dejima Dutch Trading Post" and designated as a national historical site. The city of Nagasaki started its maintenance in the 26th year of Showa era. In the reconstructed island, there is the Former Nagasaki International Club providing restaurants, cafes, Turkish meals, or other kinds of food on its ground floor. Additionally, Japan's first non-alcohol local beer named "Dejima" is sold here. This beer features the history of Dejima in which beer was made in Edo period. At 2 or 3 minutes from the east gate, there is Nagasaki Chinatown where you can enjoy the local food of Nagasaki.