Kitagata Shiki-no-Oka Park is a waterside park with flowers which bloom wildly in all four seasons and lush greenery.
Explore these great things to see and do in Saga, from gazing up at the sky during the Saga International Balloon Festival to soaking in the natural hot springs of Narukami Onsen.
From the summit of Mt. Hachimandake you can enjoy majestic views of Genkai Sea to the north, Saga plains and Ariake Sea to the south, Mt. Kurogami to the southwest, as well as the mountains of Taradake and Unzen in the distance.
These days it is visited by many sightseers all-year-round, who come seeking fresh seafood by trying fresh squid sashimi or visiting Yobuko Morning Market.
This beautiful cape has a lot to offer – swimming in pristine seas, fishing, hiking, beach camping, and facilities like tennis courts.
With a sheer drop of 75 meters, Kiyomizu Falls is a beautiful sight to behold, and the hike through the forest reveals fantastic scenery.
Strap on your hiking boots and come explore the natural wonders of Kyoseki Park, where a beautiful mountain trail reveals 17 impressive megaliths (giant stones) in the forest.
With multiple competitions and other events attracting entrants and spectators from dozens of countries, the Saga International Balloon Fiesta truly lives up to its name.
Modeled on a village in the south of France, Mitsuse Donguri Mura is a themepark with a difference where visitors can experience the delights of rural life.
Completed in 1611, Saga Castle was actually an upgrade of the even older Muranaka Castle sitting in a strategic position on the plains.
Saga cattle is carefully bred, head by head, following a long-nurtured breeding method that matches the climate of the Saga area and is characterized by…
This tofu dish is available nowhere else in the world specially boiled in the hot spring waters of Saga.
Enjoy the nature and landscape of Saga while refreshing your body and mind in relaxing waters. This popular hot spring has seperate large common baths for males and females, with panoramic ceiling-high windows offering splendid views of the surrounding rice paddies.
This museum showcases Saga’s attractiveness and energy during the fall of the Tokugawa Shogunate, a time in history which paved the way for Japan’s modernization.