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The town of Arita, the birthplace of porcelain in Japan, holds an annual ceramics fair during Golden Week.
If you are looking for somewhere to see sakura in Saga Prefecture, why not check out Ogi Park?
The Yūtoku Inari Shrine in Kashima City, Saga Prefecture, is the third largest of the Inari shrines in Japan. 
Visit the ruins of Nagoya Castle (Saga Prefecture), the short-lived second-largest in Japan. Built to invade a continent, it was reduced to rubble in a decade.
See carp streamers from below on a riverboat "cruise" in rural Saga.
Kakiemon is a tradition of potters, starting with Sakaida Kakiemon and currently managed by his fourteenth descendant, who is a National Living Treasure of Japan.
Saga Castle is a unique, lowland style castle located in the heart of Saga-shi, formerly the Hizen Domain.
Photo tour of an old and passing ceramics factory in the little pottery town of Arita, Saga, Japan. An anti-modern countryside delight.