Michi no Eki Kanyusha Hikosan Roadside Station
Michi no Eki Kanyusha Hikosan Roadside Station is located at the gateway to Mount Hiko with lushly green mountains and streams is beautiful. Its landmark is a large statue of a long-nosed goblin’s head. On the premise, starting with stores, there are restaurants, a bakery, and a park installed with a huge jungle gym, perfect for families! At the store, vegetables and fruit mainly produced in Soeda Town fill up the broad space along with processed products like Tofu and Miso (soybean paste). Local specialty products and local crafts are available as well. Especially, vegetables grown in Kinobaru like Japanese radishes and carrots are the pride of the farmers. In addition, Yuzu (yuzu citron) Pepper (the town is said to be the birth place) and Hikosan Adzuki Bean Jelly (unique flavors like banana are available) are popular even among visitors from far away. Hikosan Clay Bell, a charm to ward off bad luck in family and traffic, is recommended.
|Address||824-0604 1131-1 Noda, Soeda Town, Tagawa County, Fukuoka|
Mich no Eki Kanyusha Hikosan Roadside Station
|Fees||Kinnobaru Vegetable – depending on market price.
Kanyusha’s original Tofu: Packed Tofu – 100 Yen; Tofu in a basket – 300 Yen.
Yuzu (yuzu citron) Pepper – From 300 Yen.
Hikosan Clay Bell – From 400 Yen.
Hikosan Adzuki Bean Jelly – 260 Yen.
*An exchange ticket for 2-liter Hikosan Sacred Water is presented with purchases of 1,000 Yen and more.
|Parking||Available; 130 vehicles.|
|Access||*Directly outsides of JR Kanyusha Hikosan Station on the Hita Hikosan Line.
*30 minute drive from Tagawa Gotoji Station of the JR Heisei Chikuho Railway
|Times Available||9am – 6pm.|
|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.