Saga Prefecture tries to attract tourists with 4k videos

Saga Prefecture tries to attract tourists with 4k videos

Saga Prefecture tries to attract tourists with 4k videos 1920 1080 Michaël da Silva Paternoster

Saga Prefecture innovates with a series of high-resolution video to promote tourism in this region of northwestern Kyushu. This prefecture uses new technologies offered by the latest generation of screens to provide immersive experiences to attract Japanese and foreign tourists.

Apart from the comical video at the top of this article, which explain the approach of Saga Prefecture, the tourist office of this little piece of Japan published videos that will make you dream. This video series managed to seduce us with an image resolution and sound quality far unmatched in the tourism sector. Indeed, these videos are recorded in 4K, ie with a resolution four times higher than with Full HD.

You will find in the continuation of this article a selection of promotional videos, that you can fully appreciate only if you watch them in full screen on a monitor with a 4K resolution. If you do not, you can still enjoy beautiful pictures that will make you discover the cultural and natural wealth of Saga Prefecture.

Karatsu Kunchi Festival

In this video you can watch the parade of Karatsu Sanctuary Autumn Festival, which takes place every year in early November.

Another video of the same event, but by night.

Saga International Balloon Fiesta

This event brings together more than a hundred balloons from around the world. This is the largest event of its kind in Asia.

Takeo Hot Spring

The city of Takeo is known for its hot spring for over 1300 years.

Imari and Arita Pottery

Saga Prefecture is famous for being a pottery production area. With over 400 years of history, potters of the cities of Imari and Arita have made the reputation of this art in all Japan, but also in Europe.

For more information about these videos and places, please visit the Saga Travel Support website.

Michaël da Silva Paternoster

I’m a French guy living in Tokyo, where I work as a digital marketing manager and consultant for several years now. I’ve decided to share my travel recommendations and various tips to help people settle in Japan.

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