Regional Information Saga

Saga Prefecture, the best place for BCP

Your Regional Guide : Keisuku Egashira

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Corporate Location Promotion Division, Saga Prefectural GovernmentExternal site: a new window will open.

1-1-59 Jonai, Saga-city, Saga Prefecture 840-8570
Tel: +81-952-25-7097 Fax: +81-952-25-7384


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The information below is as of November 2017.

Living environment

Saga Prefecture possesses an abundance of nature including the contrasting and fertile seas as well as expansive plains, and the prefecture has a warm climate and suffers few natural disasters. It is also blessed with a plethora of cultural resources including its traditional crafts such as Arita and Imari ware representing Japanese culture.
Saga Prefecture boasts top geographical convenience as the core of transportation in Kyushu. The prefecture has excellent access to neighboring prefectures through its expressways and railways that cross the prefecture.
In Saga Prefecture's safe and comfortable natural environment, residents can live and work in comfort.

b>Saga Prefectural Government Saga International Plaza

The plaza is located on the first floor of the Saga Chamber of Commerce & Industry Building. It provides consultations, dispatches medical interpreters, and holds international exchange events, training for multi-language volunteers, and other events.

Health services catering to foreigners

b>SAGA Medical Institution & Emergency Medical Information System “99 Saga Net”

A system within the prefecture for notifying people of emergency medical information and information about medical institutions. Users can search for hospitals within Saga Prefecture by the languages provided and by specialty (internal medicine, dentistry, etc.).
* Searching for information about hospitals provided in foreign languages: Click on “Search by correspondent language”