See Saga's best fall foliage lit up at night at Mifuneyama Rakuen.
Mifuneyama Rakuen is a sprawling Japanese garden paradise that covers over 500,000 square meters. Creation began in 1842 and finished in 1845 by Lord Nabeshima Shigeyoshi. Today, it is a Registered Japanese Monument. Mifuneyama Mountain behind the garden creates a stunning backdrop for the cultivated gardens.
The garden boasts being home to thousands of trees and flowers that change color and bloom according to the seasonal changes. This make Mifuneyama Rakuen a treat to see no matter what season you visit. Mifuneyama showcases the best that Saga Prefecture nature has to offer in a space that lets the imagination wander along with your feet.
It is also the location of many limited-time events and tree viewings, even being used a living canvas for TeamLab’s exhibitions. From the rainy summer season to the changing colors of autumn, Mifuneyama Rakuen is the site of many natural wonders.
A 5-minute taxi ride from Takeo-Onsen Station on the Sasebo Line.
A new exhibition by TeamLab is sure to astound your senses and tickle your imagination.
Each year, Saga Prefecture's Mifuneyama Rakuen comes alive with springtime color, and their spring flower festival celebrates..
For those travelers coming to Japan and wish to explore its traditions and culture, staying in a ryokan is a unique opportunity..
Takeo City Library has modern architecture, books for sale, and even a Starbucks on site. Behind the main library building there's..
Throughout the month of June, Saga Prefecture's Daishoji Temple hosts a hydrangea festival to celebrate these seasonal flowers...