During the time Japan isolated itself from the world, Nagasaki Prefecture remained the sole trading post with China and the West. It is this situation that has led to the streets of Nagasaki having a more international feel. There are many sights to check out from the Gotō Islands, home to more than 50 churches; and Glover garden, where traders settled at the end of that period. Huis Ten Bosch, a theme park that has recreated the look and feel of Europe, brings in many visitors from all over. Nagasaki has much regional cuisine on offer including Nagasaki champon (a Nagasaki twist on ramen), Nagasaki Sara udon (literally "plate noodles") , Toruko rice (tonkatsu, curry pilaf and spaghetti on a plate), Castella (a popular Japanese sponge cake) and Sasebo burger.