Hide & seek with Miffy

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In Nagasaki, Japan, Dejima Base has brought Miffy to life with a hide and seek activity for young visitors along the waterfront.

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The Dejima is a Japanese historical site, which used to host the Dutch Trading Station. Due to this shared history, Holland still has strong links with the site and there is even a large sign featuring Holland’s most loved bunny character, Miffy, to welcome visitors to the site.

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There are nine silhouette plaques of Miffy hidden along the waterfront of the site for visitors young and old to find, in a fun game of ‘Miffy hide and seek’. Whilst there, you can explore the site and learn more about the Japanese history with a twist of modern Dutch influence.

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Learn more about Miffy’s history in the exhibition room or visit the gift shop, where you can customise and print out your own Miffy stickers. There’s also a variety of other Miffy memorabilia available, so you can take a little bit of Holland home with you.

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