Michi no Eki Buzen Okoshikake

Michi no Eki Buzen Okoshikake is located near the point where Route 10 (which runs through Buzen City) and Shiida Route cross, and is covered with a 1,200-square-meter (12,920-square-feet) large roof. Here, village visitors can enjoy an original meal made with seafood and wild vegetables. It also features vending stands of local goods and provides local information.
Michi no Eki Buzen Okoshikake was built based on the concept of having the most consideration for people with disabilities, seniors, and children in Japan. Therefore, it has become quite popular.

*Local products: Fresh vegetables and fruits
*About the Building: Opened on March 4, 2000; area – 16,530 square meters (about 177,900 square feet)
*Accessibility: Priority parking for persons with disabilities; wheelchair-accessible bathrooms; guide dogs permitted

Address 828-0011 1041-1 Shiromaru, Buzen City, Fukuoka
Contact Tel:0979-84-0544 
Michi no Eki Buzen Okoshikake
Parking Available; 86 vehicles.
Access By car – A 10 minute drive from JR Unoshima Station.
By train – A 15 minute walk from JR Buzenshoe Station.
Times Available Bathrooms and rest areas: Available 24 hours a day
Vending stands: 8am – 7pm (Summertime); 8am – 6pm (Wintertime)
Area Kitakyushu Area
Genre “Michi no Eki” Roadside Stations (Products and Specialties)

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