Here is a free, time-honored city building. The sound of students participating in sports activities should come from a school every now and then. A magnificent wooden building in the courtyard is Saga Chengben Maru Historic Museum. These are some uncles and aunts dressed in Japanese style. They are standing at the doorway to greet visitors. Here we need to take off our shoes and visit inside. We are in Aunt's. I took off my shoes on the left side and learned that we were from Shanghai. When I entered the door, an uncle immediately gave us a Chinese introduction. He smiled very kindly and came to the first entrance. There were many origami goldfish and hats on the door table. On the card beside, he wrote in various words: Take away the favorite one, so he asked about the big one we visited. When my uncle got the affirmative reply, we took our favorite gadgets, which were also regarded as memorial bars. We visited along the way according to the tour route. We appreciated the Japanese architectural features such as paper doors, sliding windows and tatami. We also knew that the 10th generation of main pot island of Saga, which was burnt down by the fire in the Edo era in 1838, was upright. His bronze statue stood beside the city of Saga and was a descendant. Express the best respect for him! ____________ When the tour ended and returned to the first entrance, the aunts folded a lot of trinkets. After replenishment, they warmly greeted the visitors who had not taken the gifts. They looked at the carefully selected style of the visitors. When we left, they walked around the courtyard, feeling that the place was still quite large. They walked along the back door and passed a large area of grass. On the right hand side, they could see the city they had just entered. floor
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Benwan History Museum is a museum built at the end of the Edo era (1838) to restore the Royal Palace of Saga City Benwan. Through data, images and models, various historical materials related to Saga in the late Shogunate period and the Reform Period are displayed in many ways. The well-restored and well-maintained buildings are magnificent and exquisite, but cannot be photographed. There are buses that can take you directly from Zoga Station, next to the Zoga Museum of History and Culture and the Art Museum. Together, you can visit for two or three hours.
Saga Chengben Maru History Museum is a museum built in the late Edo era (1838) to restore and utilize the Royal Palace of Saga Chengben Maru. It is the largest wooden restoration building in Japan. More than 700 tatami are laid in the museum. In this vast space, various historical materials related to Saga in the end of the shogunate and the new period of the Reform are displayed in many ways through data, images and models.
The largest wooden restoration building in Japan is located in Saga City Park.