Saga Prefecture

Saga Prefecture (佐賀県, Saga-ken?) is a prefecture in the northwest part of the island of Kyushu, Japan. It touches both the Sea of Japan and the Ariake Sea. The western part of the prefecture is a region famous for producing ceramics and porcelain, particularly the towns of Karatsu, Imari, and Arita. The capital is the city of Saga.

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List Of Radio Stations In Japan - Kyūshū Region - Saga Prefecture
... NHK Saga Broadcasting Station TV NHK NHK Radio 963 ... kHz AM NHK-FM 81.6 MHz FM NBC Radio Saga JRN/NRN, 1458 kHz AM FM Saga (fms) JFN, 77.9 MHz FM ...
Genkai Nuclear Power Plant - Reactors On Site - 2011 Restart
... reapproval with the town of Genkai and Saga prefecture to make sure that there would be no objection to turning the reactors back on ... extended his approval, the larger consensus of Saga prefecture was sought ... The governor of Saga, who had not yet given his approval, also expressed surprise ...
Saga Prefecture - The Seven Wise Men of Saga
... "The Seven Wise Men of Saga" is the name given to these seven men from Saga, each of whom have made a significant contribution to the modernisation of Japan ... Even today, this era shines impressively in Saga's history ... Naomasa Nabeshima, feudal lord of the Nabeshima clan, helped to bring about the development of Saga through introducing European technology and culture ...