Rest Spot Spots in Takeo / Ureshino Area

  • Roadside Station Yamauchi
    13 Reviews
    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 Shiroishi
    1 Reviews
    Saga Kishima-gun Shiroishicho Fukudomishimobun 306-banchi 4


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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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