A Roadside Station (道の駅, Michi no eki) is a government-designated rest area found along roads and highways in Japan.
In addition to providing places for travelers to rest, they are intended to promote local tourism and trade. Shops may sell local produce, snacks, souvenirs, and other goods.
All roadside stations provide 24-hour access to parking, public toilets and facilities for sharing information.
As of February 2020, there are 1,160 Roadside Stations across Japan.
In this area, local products like Tako-rice and fresh vegetables are available to purchase. The line-ups change every day.
The dishes we offer are made with products from local farms. The beautiful view of seasonal flowers alongside with Kuriyama River adds more spice.
In this area, we provide information of the facility, traffic nearby, and other tourism info. The space is also open for anyone who wishes to take a rest.
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