VISIT FUKUOKA

Michi no Eki “Munakata” Roadside Station

Michi no Eki Munakata Roadside Station is located near Genkai National Park, Satsuki Matsubara which has been selected as one of the ”Top 100 Most Beautiful Stretches of White Sand and Green Pines”.It has a panoramic view of the Genkai Sea that can be observed from Michi no Eki Munakata Roadside Station.
This wooden building builds up visitor emotions with the relaxing atmosphere. With the slogan of being a relaxing facility, it provides not only fresh foods from Munakata, but also sightseeing information. Many people from far away visit here for fresh vegetables and fish.
An original lunch is sold on weekends and national holidays. Don’t miss the four types of lunches filled with seafood and wild vegetables from Munakata!

Address 811-3502 1172 Eguchi, Munakata City, Fukuoka
Contact Tel:0940-62-2715 
Fax:0940-62-3874 
Michi no Eki “Shinyoshitomi” Roadside Station
Fees Fishery, agricultural, processed, and craft products: depending on market price.
Weekends
and Holidays
The fourth Monday of every month (in the event that Monday is National Holiday,the following day will be a holiday as well), Summer Holidays (August 15 – 17), and New Year’s Holidays (December 31 – January 4).
Parking Available; 164 vehicles
Tour buses and mini-buses: 8 spaces
Cars: 152 spaces (including 86 spaces with 24-hour service)
Priority parking for persons with disabilities: 4 spaces.
Access By car – About 30 minute drive from Koga OR Wakamiya Interchange off Kyushu Expressway
By train and bus – Take a Nishitetsu bus bound for Konominato Hatoba from JR Togo Station on the Kagoshima Main Line and get off at Ijiri stop; a 10 minute walk from there.
Times Available 9am – 6pm
Restaurant: 11am – 3:30pm (last Call).
Area Fukuoka Area
Genre “Michi no Eki” Roadside Stations (Products and Specialties)
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