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Transportation Spots in Karatsu / Yobuko Area

  • Roadside Station Momoyama Tenkaichi
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    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."

    名護屋城を訪れた際に立ち寄りました。名護屋城からすぐで、車で1-2分ぐらいです。駐車場に車を停め、お土産物屋さんをウロウロしましたが、買いたいお土産物がいっぱいあり、購買意欲がわきました。普通の観光地のお土産だけでなく、海のもの、野菜などもあって、楽しめて、いい買い物ができました。

  • Karatsu
    Transportation
    Saga Pref
  • Yobuko Port
    Transportation
    Saga Pref. Karatsushi Yobukochouyobuko
  • Nishikaratsu
    Transportation
    Saga Pref
  • Higashikaratsu
    Transportation
    Saga Pref
  • Iwaya(Saga)
    Transportation
    Saga Pref
  • Onizuka
    Transportation
    Saga Pref
  • Kyuragi
    Transportation
    Saga Pref
  • Sari
    Transportation
    Saga Pref
  • Yamamoto(Saga)
    Transportation
    Saga Pref
  • Nishiochi
    Transportation
    Saga Pref
  • Ochi
    Transportation
    Saga Pref
  • Nijinomatsubara
    Transportation
    Saga Pref
  • Hizenkubo
    Transportation
    Saga Pref
  • Hamasaki
    Transportation
    Saga Pref
  • Hommutabe
    Transportation
    Saga Pref
  • Watada
    Transportation
    Saga Pref
  • Takashima Port (Saga Karatsu City)
    Transportation
    Saga Pref. Karatsushi Takashima
  • Karatsu <treasure This pier>
    Transportation
    Saga Pref. Karatsushi Sakaemachi
  • Minato kou
    Transportation
    Saga Pref. Karatsushi Minatomachi

Saga Areas

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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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