Saga-city one-day tour
Saga-city in Kyushu is the seat of the Saga-prefectural government.
It faces the Ariake Sea on the south and is home to Saga Airport. In the center of the city is
the Saga Castle History Museum, which also serves as the city’s symbol.
The castle itself is no longer standing, but the main keep has been reconstructed, resulting in
one of the largest wooden structures in Japan.
Saga is also known as the plece where it has made a great contribution to the Japanese
Location of Saga-city
The tour is the private tour exclusively for your group.
・Minimum number : 2 person
・Maxum number : 30 person
・Tour date : please specify the date
・Chartered vehicle is utilized as per number of person.
(1) less than 8 person
a chartered taxi is used with English speaking driver
English speaking driver assist the tour as tour guide and tour attendant
(2) more than 9 person
a chartered bus is used with Japanese speaking driver
English speaking guide who also works as a tour attendant is accompanied
for assist the tour in the case of using a chartered bus
9:00 Depart Fukuoka-city
Transfer to Saga-city
Saga Canal boat cruise
Transfer to Fukuoka-city
17:30 Arrive Fukuoka-city
Where to visit
Japan’s Industrial Modernization activity was started here in Saga.
The largest restored wooden building in Japan at 2,500m2, the museum offers the unparalleled
chance to experience a Japanese castle from more than 175 years ago.
The shrine is designated as the special government shrine. The shrine dedicated to Naomasa
Nabeshima, who oversaw the manufacture of Japan’s first modern Cannon.
Saga Canal boat cruise
Mietsu Naval Dock UNESCO World Heritage
Sites of Japan’s Meiji Industrial Revolution , before Meiji Restoration, the Mietsu Naval Dock served
as a venue for naval drilling and maintenance of Western-style ship, as the naval base of Saga Clan.
Japan’s first practical steam ship, the Ryofu-maru was constructed there in 1865.
The largest archeological remains in Japan. Lie on the spacious hilly area in the northeastern
part of Saga. Remains of a ringed-dugout settlement presumably dating back to the 3rd century
B.C. were unearthed there, and excavation is still underway at the site.
This is the Japan’s first constructed Reflectance Furnace and it was used for Japan’s first
The reflectance furnace was greatly contributed for initial stage of Japan’s Industrial Modernization.
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