It’s not a Japanese garden, but some of it is quite beautiful, and it is an important part of the history of Nagasaki.
Thomas Glover (1838-1911) was a Scottish merchant who moved to Nagasaki in 1859 after the opening of its port to foreign trade. He played a key role industrialization of Japan and assisted some of the revolutionaries who eventually overthrew the Tokugawa Shogunate in the Meiji Restoration.
Glover Garden is an open-air museum on the hill where Western merchants settled down after the end of Japan's era of seclusion. The garden offers beautiful views of the city and some of Nagasaki's major industrial sites on the harbor.