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Newly listed locations
Arita Porcelain ParkArita town, Saga prefecture
Arita Porcelain Park is a park which could only have been created in the home of Arita-yaki, a pottery style which influenced ceramics and porcelain around the world and fascinated European royalty...
OokawachiyamaImari City, Saga prefecture
Ookawachiyama, located in the town of Imari, used to be home to the Nabeshima domain Kilns, which produced a number of masterpiece porcelains such as "Iro Nabeshima", "Nabeshima Sometsuke" and "Nab...
Tea GardenUreshino city, Saga prefecture
The second most tea production place in Japan.
Niji-No-MatsubaraKaratsu city, Saga prefecture
Niji-no-Matsubara, stretching along the Karatsu Bay coastline, is designated as a national scenic beauty spot and is considered one of the three greatest pine forests of Japan together with Miho-no...
Saga International Balloon FiestaSaga city, Saga prefecture
Saga International Balloon Fiesta is one of Asia's largest hot air balloon events that is held at the beginning of November every year in a riverbed along the Kasegawa River in Saga Prefecture.
Ogi ParkOgi city, Saga prefecture
One of the hundred places for cherry blossom in Japan and has approximately 3000 cherry blossom trees.
Ruins of Kii CastleKiyama town, Saga prefecture
Kii Castle, according to Nihon-shoki (Chronicles of Japan), is said to have been built by Emperor Tenji in 665 to defend Dazaifu against invasion by Silla, one of the former three kingdoms of Korea...
National Hospital Organization Ureshino Medical CenterUreshino city, Saga prefecture
Former medical center. Hospital, heliport, Nurses’ school, students' dormitory, gym, kindergarten, parking for 300 cars are in the vast site of approximatly 11 ha.
Crayfish BridgeMiyaki town, Saga prefecture
This bridge over Mine Creek Park, with its unique bright-red crayfish motif, will stop you in your tracks,
Seikei ParkTaku city, Saga prefecture
A park in Taku city. You can enjoy seasonal beautiful nature such as cherry blossoms in spring, azaleas in early summer, colored leaves in autumn and Japanese plums in winter.