Michi-no-Eki means “Roadside Station” in Japanese. The Michi-no-Eki system was launched 20 years ago to create a safe, comfortable road traffic environment, and unique, lively spaces that showcased the individuality of a region.
Each Michi-no-Eki has three distinct features:
“Refresh” – Rest facilities that include free 24-hour parking and restrooms.
“Community” – Regional co-operation where cultural centers, tourist attractions, recreation and other local development facilities promote interaction with the region. “Information” – Where road, tourist and emergency care information is readily available.
Parking Space. Easily Accessible.
Market. Local Products, Souvenirs and Food.
Information. Traffic, Sightseeing and Activities.
Restaurants. Japanese Food and Confectionery.