Located in Saga City, the restored palace is very good. But it is interesting that this palace is free to visit. Maybe the restoration of the palace is not complete. However, the entry custom has to take off your shoes.
It is free. There are old city buildings. Walking into the city building is a wall of the school. From time to time, students are heard to participate in sports activities. A magnificent wooden building in the yard is the Saga City Benmaru History Museum. These are some uncles and uncles wearing Japanese clothes. Standing at the doorway to greet visitors, we need to take off our shoes to visit inside, we took off our shoes on the left under the guidance of our aunt, chatting to learn that we are from Shanghai, enter the door an uncle immediately gave us each a Chinese introduction, very amiable smile, When we came to the first entrance, there were many goldfish and hats folded in paper on the table at the door. The card next to it was written in various words: Take away the favorite, so we asked the uncle who took us around and got a positive answer. It is also a memorial to visit along the route, admired the Japanese architectural features such as paper pull doors, sliding windows and tatami mats, and also learned that in 1838, the 10th generation of Saga, the main Guo Island, which was restored to the Edo era by fire in the Edo period. His bronze statue stands beside the city of Saga, and is the best admiration for him by posterity! After the visit, I returned to the first entrance door. The aunts folded a lot of gadgets. After the replenishment, they warmly greeted the tourists who had not taken them to get presents. They looked at the tourists carefully selected. The style was lovely. When we left, we walked around the yard and felt that the place was quite big. Going out by the back door, passing a large meadow, you can see on your right the tower which you have just entered
The Saga City Benmaru Museum is the largest wooden restoration building in Japan built at the end of the Edo period (1838). It is a museum with more than 700 tatami mats. In this wide space, various historical materials related to Saga were displayed in various ways through data, images and models.
The Benmaru History Museum is a museum that restored the Imperial Palace of Saga, built in the end of Edo period (1838). It displays various historical materials related to Saga in various aspects through materials, images and models. Very well restored and maintained building, magnificent, exquisite layout, just can't take pictures. There is a bus that can sit directly from Saga Station, next to the Saga History and Culture Museum and Art Gallery, plus two or three hours of shopping.
Located in the central area of Saga, within the area of Saga, the original Maru has been destroyed, and now the original Maru is a rebuilt building, now the museum of the history of the Maru, which is worth a visit.