Saga is the smallest prefecture in the island of Kyushu in Japan. Saga prefecture is situated at the north east part of the island. Though it is the smallest, Saga has a considerable number of interesting aspects.
Saga prefecture's administrative head is Yasushi Furukawa. This prefecture has distinctive prefecture symbols as well. Saga is comprised of seven districts and twenty three municipal areas. There are several cities, towns and villages in Saga . Saga's districts are, Fujitsu, Higasumatsuura, Kanzaki, Kishima, Miyaki, Nishimatsuura and Saga.
The ten main cities in the Saga prefecture are, Saga , Imari, Kanzaki, Karatsu, Kashima, Ogi, Takeo, Tosu, Taku and Ureshino.
Saga prefecture has a good transportation system. In Saga there is the local Saga airport, ten railway service providers with many railways and many national highways that ensure efficient bus services. Apart from the excellent transportation system, Saga can boast of its educational system as well. In Saga there are six universities including the Saga university . Sport is also an important part of Saga life that looks after all round development of students and youngsters in general.
Saga has a number of travel destinations like the beautiful castles in the Karatsu city. Saga also boasts of its Seven Wise Men who have praiseworthy contributions in making Japan a modern country. Sag a has many cultural festivals for its people also. Some of these are, Karatsu Kunchi, Saga International Ballon Festival, Kashima Gatalympics and some other attractive and lively festivals .
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Last Updated on: December 13th, 2017