Mich no Eki “Shinyoshitomi” Iseki Mae Roadside Station
Michi no Eki “Shinyoshitomi” Iseki Mae Roadside Station is the hub of Shinyoshitomi Village’s development, offering features such as rest, information exchange, and regional cooperation. Next to the government-designated Dainosekango Ruins, it is one of the rarer roadside stations in Japan due to its integrationd with a historical site. At the center of this facility is a grassy lawn, which is surrounded by various facilities (like stores and a craft center) that are connected with corridors. Besides fresh vegetables, the stores offer products like tofu, tofu ice cream, and okara (or tofu residue) pie, all of which are made from regionally grown soybeans!
*About the Building: Opened on April 22, 2000; area – 12,600 square meters (about 135,625 square feet)
*Accessibility: Priority parking for persons with disabilities; wheelchair-accessible bathrooms; changing table; textured paving blocks for the visually impaired
|Address||871-0902 304-1 Dainose, Koge Town, Chikujo County, Fukuoka|
Shinyoshitomi Town Development
|December 31 – January 1|
|Parking||Available: 81 vehicles (70 standard-sized cars and 11 full-sized cars)|
|Access||By car – one hour from the Kokura Higashi Interchange off the Kyushu Expressway or 30 minutes from Usa via the Beppu Usa Tollway|
|Times Available||8am – 6pm (7pm in the Summer)|
|Genre||“Michi no Eki” Roadside Stations (Products and Specialties)|
The information on this page, including hours of operation and prices, is subject to change. For the latest information and details, please check the store or the organizer's website, or contact them directly.