Saga Castle History Museum is a reconstruction of the main keep (honmaru)
of Saga Castle built in 1838, during the last years of the Edo Period.
It is one of the largest wooden reconstructions in Japan. Over 700 rush
mats (tatami) are laid in the building, providing ample space for a wide
variety of exhibits including data, images, and models that depict Saga
during the fall of the Tokugawa Shogunate and the Meiji Restoration.
The Saga Castle History Museum
840-0041 2-18-1 Jounai, Saga city
Tel .0952-41-7550(From foreign countries +81-952-41-7550) Fax .0952-28-0220