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  • Saga Castle History Museum
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    Saga Pref. Sagashi Jounai 2-18-1

    The building of this museum is a reconstruction of Honmaru, a part of the castle where a ruler used to live. So, the building itself is worth to visit. Inside, there are displays about the history of...

  • Yoyokaku Gallery
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    92 Reviews
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    Saga Pref. Karatsushi Higashikaratsu 2-4-40

    We stayed here for one night before leaving Kyushu. This traditional ryokan has been serving travelers for more than 130 years and currently managed by fourth generation owners Mr and Mrs Okachi...

  • Saga Prefectural Nagoya Castle Museum
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    4.0
    86 Reviews
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    Saga Pref. Karatsushi Chinzeimachinagoya 1931-3

    Definitely, best thing to do around, beautiful scenery, Japanese garden, costumes, souvenirs, recently renovated, the castle is fun to explore. Don t expect secret rooms and medieval cachots but an...

  • Kyushu Ceramic Museum
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    4.5
    72 Reviews
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    Saga Pref. Nishimatsuragunaritachou Toshaku Yu 3100-1

    It is a must-see in Arita. If you are interested in porcelain, it merits to travel to Arita just to visit this museum. To visit a temporary exhibit, you have to buy a ticket. But otherwise, the...

  • SAGA PREF. SPACE and SCIENCE MUSEUM
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    74 Reviews
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    Saga Pref. Takeoshi Takeochou Nagashima 16351

    If you dont understand Japanese, dont bother to consider putting this in the itinerary. This place is more suitable for kids and locals.

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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