Hizen Saga Bakumatsu-Meiji Restoration Expo

1: Bakumatsu-Meiji Restoration Memorial Museum
(Ichimura Memorial Gymnasium /2-1-35, Jōnai, Saga City)
This museum serves as the main pavilion of the Hizen Saga Bakumatsu-Meiji Restoration Expo, and dynamically introduces the great work and people of Saga at the end of the Edo and start of the Meiji periods using state-of-the-art audiovisual technology. You will feel as if you have traveled back in time.
■Hours: 9:30~18:00
■Closed: Open everyday ☆

2: Real Kōdōkan
(Former Koga Residence /
3-15, Yanagi-machi, Saga City) 2018.4.16(Mon)OPEN
At this museum, learn about Kōdōkan, the domain school that produced Ōkuma Shigenobu, Etō Shinpei and many others who went on to shape modern Japan. By experiencing for yourself the education they underwent, you will be all the more impressed by the forefathers that you learned about in the Bakumatsu-Meiji Restoration Memorial Museum.
■Hours: 9:30~18:00
■Closed: Open everyday ☆

3: Strength and Courage to Live an Even Better Life through the Hagakure
Hagakure Miraikan
(Former Sanshō Bank /
3-12, Yanagi-machi, Saga City)
The Hagakure, originating in Saga, spelled out what it meant to be a samurai in the Edo period. Through getting to know and experiencing the still-relevant Hagakure at this museum, you can discover the determination to live a better life. A visit to this museum will change your view of the Hagakure.
■Hours: 9:30~18:00
■Closed: Open everyday ☆

5: Holland House
6: Saga Castle History Museum
7: Saga Prefectural Museum and Art Museum
8: Nagasaki Bakumatsu-Meiji Restoration Museum
9: Saga Prefectural Library
10: The Museum CHOKOKAN
11: Okuma Memorial Museum
12: Mietsu Naval Dock Site and TSUNETAMI SANO Memorial Museum
13: SAGA Balloon Museum
14: Art Kenchō
15: Karatsu Satellite Museum
16: Tosu Satellite Museum

Last updated: 31 January, 2018

17 March, 2018 - 14 January, 2019

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