Bathe in a teacup (and so much more) in this fascinating part of Japan!
Bathe in a teacup
You can find Toukai at the map address below.
Check out some of the prefecture's trademark pottery
The museum can be located at the map address below.
Visit the Arita Porcelain Park
Hopefully if you are looking for some different (and perhaps relatively unknown outside of Japan) places to add to your travel itinerary, these spots in Saga might fit the bill!
Enjoy Japan, and Safe Travels!
Mifuneyama Rakuen is a large Japanese garden with autumn leaves in the fall as well as rhododendron and cherry blossoms in the spring. The garden is often open at night for the autumn leaves illuminations.
Yoyokaku is a traditional Japanese inn (ryokan) with a history going back 120 years. The staff here speak English, and the owner’s family personally welcome all guests.
This castle was built in 1608 by Terazawa Hirotaka, of the Karatsu Domain and the present castle keep tower was built in 1966 to represent the original. Famous for its displays of cherry blossoms and wisteria.
Stuck at Narita? Check out this Fascinating Museum!
Narita airport is one of my favorite in the world. Fantastic shopping, excellent restaurants, clean facilities, comfortable atmosphere--what's not to like? Well, it might not be the best place to hang out if you have a long layover or a major flight delay.