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Transportation Spots in Kyoto Area

  • Roadside Station Maizuruko Tore-Tore Center
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    Kyoto Maidurushi Shimofukui 905
    This Roadside Station is on National Route 175 in Maizuru City, Kyoto Prefecture. It has a seafood market that's considered the largest on the Sea of ??Japan. Visitors enjoy fresh fish and shellfish unloaded at Maizuru Port, including baked seafood and sashimi. In the winter, many tourists stop by for their crab.
  • Springs Hiyoshi
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    Kyoto Nantanshi Hiyoshichounaka Miyanotaka 8
    This roadside station in Hiyoshicho, Nantan City, Kyoto Prefecture lies directly below Hiyoshi Dam and is one of Nantan City’s greatest tourist spots. Inside there are vendors selling fresh local vegetables direct and a corner for specialty goods, as well as a restaurant offering Dam Curry and a traditional Chinese medicine-style black soybean milk ramen. The building across from the connecting bridge is the “Hiyoshi Onsen” day trip hot spring with facilities including a heated pool. There are also plenty of outdoor facilities including a barbecue garden and ground golf.

    We had an impromptu lunch at the Hiyosh Springs restaurant after hiring motorbikes on a Sunday in Kyoto and heading out to the Maiyama hills for the day. The food was delicious, beautifully presented...

  • Kyotamba Ajim no Sato Roadside Station
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    Kyoto Funaigunkyoutambachou Sone Deep Shino 65-1
    A roadside station accessible from general roads and the only shopping and dining area situated along the Kyoto-Jukan Expressway connecting north and south Kyoto. Here visitors can purchase Tanba specialty products like black soybeans and chestnuts, local fresh farm products, and Kyoto souvenirs. There are also two restaurants on the premises, Bonchi and the Tanba Daishokudo, which serve dishes made with local Tanba ingredients.
  • Roadside Station Galleria Kameoka
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    Kyoto Kameokashi Amarubechou Takarakubo 1-1
    This Roadside Station is on National Route 9 in Kameoka City, Kyoto Prefecture. Their Kameoka Beef Croquettes made with local beef are popular. At their Galleria Morning Market, you can purchase items like fresh vegetables raised by local farmers and processed food items. They also have a lifelong learning facility that's often used by tourists and locals alike.

    Rose Garden was blooming in Oct. but should be gorgeous in late April, May!!! The building was specular but not filled with much of anything (visitors don't use the library...) As other Japanese...

  • Roadside Station Tenki Tenki Tango
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    Kyoto Kyoutangoshi Tangochoutakano 313-1
    This roadside station, on the Tango Peninsula sells souvenirs and serves local Tango dishes. The auto campsite in the rear makes it a very popular roadside station. The campsite, mostly used during long weekends and the summer, offers power-equipped sites, and pet accompanied sites. The most popular gift souvenirs are the mulberry tea made with organic leaves, the Kotobiki salt, and the local specialty the Tango barasushi, a pack the premixed rice for two.

    天気の良い秋晴れの日に道の駅てんきてんき丹後に行きましたが、お昼時間を過ぎていたからかレストランは空いていました。

  • Roadside Station Kyoto Shinkoetsumura
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    Kyoto Nantanshi Sonobechousogadani Nawk 15-3
    Roadside Station Kyoto Shinkoetsumura is well known for its delicious rice and vegetables, mochi rice cakes, makizushi sushi rolls, and its stationmaster, too. The makizushi with ample seasoning is rolled with regional produce and tradition by local people. Their shinkoetsu mochi made with high-grade Kyoto' Sonobe-grown mochi rice (called Shin Habutae uruchi) is also super popular.

    地元の特産品も直産品もほとんどなく、気になったのはブルーベリーサイダーぐらい。中にカフェがあったけど大したメニューも無く、結局お茶だけ買って出ました。京都縦貫道園部IC降りたところにあるので、場所はすごく良いだけにとても残念でした。

  • Roadside Station Kaya Silk Town
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    Kyoto Yosagunyosanochou Taki 98
    This roadside station is in Yosano Town, Yosa County, Kyoto Prefecture. Local produce and products, such as Tango chirimen cloth and silk products, including silk flecked crackers are sold here. At the on-site restaurant you can enjoy a light meal. The public restrooms, parking area, and telephone are all available around the clock, making this an ideal stop for drivers.
  • Kyoto Eco Trip
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    Kyoto Kyoutoshi Minami-ku Higashikujoumuromachi 58
    Located only two minutes' walk from JR Kyoto Station in Kyoto's Minami Ward, Kyoto Eco Trip specializes in renting bicycles. It offers bicycles for every need, including electrical assist bicycles and bicycles for children. Since the bicycles are available for rent outside of normal business hours, including early mornings and evenings, tourists as well as local residents take advantage of them.

    kind explanation, useful cycle map, very well-maintained cycles... I strongly recommend this rental shop and would definitely come again for cycling in Kyoto. One caveat..like any other cycle shop or...

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Its wooden tea houses, shuffling geisha, and spiritual sights have seen Kyoto hailed as the heart of traditional Japan, a world apart from ultramodern Tokyo. Despite being the Japanese capital for over a century, Kyoto escaped destruction during World War II, leaving behind a fascinating history which can be felt at every turn, from the fully gold-plated Kinkakuji Temple down to traditional customs such as geisha performances and tea ceremonies, which are still practiced to this day.

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