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Sightseeing Information

We will introduce recommended tourist spots nearby.

Enjoy Ureshino

Todoroki Falls Park

Approximately 300 hydrangeas are planted around Todoroki Falls, and you can enjoy colorful hydrangeas along the Ureshino River promenade that leads to the hot spring town...

Hizen Yumekaido

Saga Ganso Ninja Village Hizen Yume Kaido is located in Ureshino City, Saga Prefecture, and is a theme park themed around ninjas and the 17th century Edo period.

Ureshino Onsen Public Bath Siebold-no-Yu

Siebold-no-Yu, a Gothic-style building with a Taisho-roman feel, is a two-story wooden building with an area of ​​approximately 750 square meters. On the opposite bank of Ureshino Onsen Park, there is a nice place...

fairy tale village

Forest and Squirrel Amusement Park Fairy Tale Village is a family leisure facility in Ureshino, Takeo, Saga Prefecture.

Enjoy Saga

Mifuneyama Paradise

Mifuneyama Rakuen is a strolling garden with a pond in Takeo City, Saga Prefecture, and is famous for its azaleas and autumn leaves. The location is 4100 Takeo, Takeo-cho, Takeo City. 20...

Arita Porcelain Park

Arita Porcelain Park is a small theme park located in Arita Town, Saga Prefecture. Porcelain Park is a recreation of a traditional German village...

Yoshinogari Historical Park

Yoshinogari Historical Park has 98 restored buildings from the Yayoi period, recreating the scenery of life in the past. You can also experience ancient times with the experience program...

Yobuko morning market

Mornings in Yobuko, the town of squid, begin with the cheerful voices of the ladies at the morning market.
A different space with a different experience than everyday shopping at the supermarket...

Yutoku Inari Shrine

Yutoku Inari Shrine is a shrine located in Kashima City, Saga Prefecture. The former shrine was a prefectural shrine and a Beppon Shrine. Also known as Chinzai Nikko. It is known as a shrine that represents western Japan. Tower...

Saga International Balloon Fiesta

Asia's largest sky sports event (hot air balloon competition) is held in Saga City, Saga Prefecture at the beginning of November. Buses from Japan and all over the world...

Enjoy Nagasaki

Hashima (Gunkanjima)

A spooky tourist spot, Hashima, also known as Gunkanjima, is an abandoned coal mining facility located offshore. Tourists visit industrial areas with lush vegetation...

Peace Park (Peace Statue/Peace Fountain)

Peace Park, located on a small hill to the north of the park where the atomic bomb fell, is a symbol of the vow to never repeat a tragic war and the wish for lasting world peace.


Dejima is an artificial island built by order of the Tokugawa Shogunate. Completed in 1636, for approximately 200 years, it served as Japan's only window to Western Europe...

Nagasaki Shinchi Chinatown

Nagasaki Shinchi Chinatown is a Chinatown built in Shinchi-cho, Nagasaki City, Nagasaki Prefecture. It is known as one of Japan's three largest Chinatowns, along with Yokohama Chinatown and Nankinmachi Chinatown.

Huis Ten Bosch

The theme is Europe as a whole, recreating the streets of the Netherlands. With a site area 1.5 times that of Tokyo Disney Resort, it is a separate theme park...

Nagasaki Biopark

Official website of Nagasaki Biopark, a zoo and botanical garden in Kyushu. Get up close to rare animals such as capybaras and flamingos in dynamic nature...