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Saga Prefecture (闖エ蜊・ウツ€騾オ繝サ is a compact prefecture nestled on the island of Kyushu. Saga City serves as its capital. The region is famed for its pottery, particularly the exquisite ceramics hailing from Arita town, a cherished highlight for tourists.

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Saga Prefecture (闖エ蜊・ウツ€騾オ繝サ is a charming and small prefecture situated on the island of Kyushu. Its prefectural capital is Saga City, a bustling town renowned for its colorful history and cultural sites. Saga is best known for its pottery, especially the high-quality ceramic ware from Arita. The Arita Porcelain Park offers visitors the opportunity to see the ceramic making process and learn about the area's pottery culture.

Saga also boasts of some stunning natural attractions such as the Yutoku Inari Shrine, located in Kashima City, a picturesque and mountainous town that offers breathtaking views of the surrounding areas. Another must-visit destination is the Karatsu Castle, a beautiful castle that has stood for centuries and is now a designated cultural property of Japan. The castle's location on a hill overlooking the sea and the town makes it an ideal place to explore and enjoy the local scenery.

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