Rest Spot Spots in Saga Area
- Roadside Station Imari
- Saga Pref. Imarishi Minamihatachou Ideno 2754-9
- "A roadside station situated along National Route 202 in Ideno Minamihata-cho, Imari City. Facilities include a local specialty products hall which sells fresh, local fruits and vegetables and local products; a farmer's market selling Imari beef; and ""Yakiniku no Mori"", an Imari beef specialty barbecue corner. An adjoining restaurant serves set meals, rice bowls, and other dishes made with Imari beef and seasonal vegetables."
伊万里焼が沢山あるのかと思ったらなんのスペースだかよくわからない場所でした。休憩にはちょうどよいけどソフトクリームなんて洒落たものは無いようです。 I thought this was a sightseeing spot but it was not. You cannot find good Imarii shops here. It is just for a break. There...
- Roadside Station Momoyama Tenkaichi
- Saga Pref. Karatsushi Chinzeimachinagoya 1859
- "A roadside station situated along National Route 204 in Nagoya Chinzei-machi, Karatsu City. The station sells fresh, local agricultural products; seafood; and local Karatsu specialty products. The station's Japanese restaurant, ""Momoyamatei Kaishu"", serves squid ikizukuri, a local Yobuko specialty; and seafood rice bowls and set meals made with edible wild plants, Saga beef and seafood from the Genkai Sea, plus sashimi assortments."
It is a Michinoeki near Nagoya Castle’s ruins. The naming is unique, and so I visited for waiting time for a bus. There is a section for local products, and behind it there is another section for...
- Roadside Station Yamauchi
- Saga Pref. Takeoshi Yamauchichou Mimasaka Kai 14967-2
- A roadside station situated along the Yamauchi bypass in Mimasaka, Yamauchi-cho, Takeo City. The station sells vegetables picked locally that very morning, seasonal flowers, local specialty products, and pottery. The adjoining restaurant serves an all-you-can-eat buffet consisting of additive-free dishes made with local fresh vegetables and black rice grown with Mt. Kurokami spring water.
- Roadside Station Kashima
- Saga Pref. Kashimashi Otonari Case 4427-6
- "A roadside station situated along National Route 207 in Otonari Kabuto, Kashima City. There's a farmer's market selling local agricultural and marine products as well as a sports park with a gymnasium and pool. Facing the tidal flats of the Ariake Sea, visitors can also get a sweeping view of the flats from the station's observatory and the station offers a Tanajibu local traditional fishing class and a class on the natural environment of the tidal flats. The annual ""Kashima Gatalympics"" are also held here."
- Roadside Station Tara
- Saga Pref. Fujitsuguntarachou Ifuku Kou 3488-2
- "A roadside station situated along National Route 207 in Ifuku Ko, Tara Town, Fujitsu County, Saga Prefecture. At the ""Tarafukukan"" farrmers market and local specialty products shop, visitors can purchase fresh, local vegetables, Tara mikan mandarin oranges, and other agricultural products; seafood from the Ariake Sea; and eggs from farms on the Taradake Highland. The station also sells medicinal herb ice cream, Saga beef croquettes, and other prepared foods. The Tajima ham sold here has received high praise in international competitions."
- Roadside Station Yamato Soyokaze-kan
- Saga Pref. Sagashi Yamato-chomeno 805
- A roadside station situated along National Route 263 in Umeno, Yamato-cho, Saga City. The station sells fresh, local vegetable, Matsuume rice, and other agricultural products; dried persimmons (a local specialty product) and ice cream and yokan jelly made with dried persimmons; and craft goods like Nao washi Japanese paper. The adjoining bread bakery also offers dried persimmon soft serve ice cream. Adjoined by a caravan campground, visitors can also enjoy barbecuing and fishing here (visitors must bring their own fishing gear).
- Roadside Station Yoshinogari Sazanka Senbokan
- Saga Pref. Kanzakigunyoshinogarichou Matsuguma 1710-11
- A roadside station situated along National Route 385 in Matsuguma, Yoshinogari Town, Kanzaki County, Saga Prefecture. Facilities include a farmer's market selling local agricultural products; a bakery selling fresh baked bread made with Mt. Sefuri natural spring water; and the Kajitsu Kobo Shin Sun Yoshinogari Shop, which sells parfaits, jellies, and choux cremes made with fresh, seasonal fruit. There's also an observatory from which visitors can get a sweeping view of the surrounding mountains.
- Roadside Station Kyuragi
- Saga Karatsu-shi Kyuragimachi Makise 692-1
- Roadside Station Shiroishi
- Saga Kishima-gun Shiroishicho Fukudomishimobun 306-banchi 4
- I Mari Uminoeki
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- Saga Imari Kurogawacho Fukuda 20
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- Saga Pref. Karatsushi Takashima 519-4
Away from the fast-paced cities of mainland Japan, Kyushu’s Saga prefecture offers quaint towns and cities known for their traditional crafts, particularly ceramics. Rich in kaolin (a type of clay), Saga became the homeland of Arita ware, a delicate, decorative porcelain that is now celebrated worldwide and can be discovered in the towns of Arita, Imari, and Karatsu.
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