Local Sake of Kashima
Local Sake of Kashima is made with spring water from Mt.Taradake and rice from the southernmost area of the Saga Plains and has received numerous prizes for its quality.
These local toy dolls were crafted with the aim of bringing affluence and joy during the period of the postwar confusions and hunger. This doll, with the simple sound of a bell, is loved as a charm for good luck and protection from evil.
Seafood of the Sea of Ariake
The Ariake Sea contains many rare creatures thanks to being Japan’s largest tidal land with its six-meter-wide range of the tide. Mudskippers, eel goby, black cow tongue and arch shells are delicious when grilled, boiled or fried.
The tender sea breeze from the Ariake Sea helps ripen the oranges. October to February are the best months to eat them.