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Transportation Spots in Hyogo Area

  • Roadside Station Kobe Fruit & Flower Park Ozo
    Travel / Tourism
    Hyogo Pref. Koubeshi Kita-ku Ozouchou Kamiozou 2150
    At this roadside station in North Kobe you'll find a spacious middle-ages European style building surrounded by nature along with a flower theme park where you can enjoy the beauty of flowers throughout the different seasons and a shop selling local goods. From Summer to Autumn you can pick fruit from the large orchard and with a play area for children as well as a restaurant, BBQ area, and hot-spring bath house there are options for the whole family to enjoy.
  • Roadside Station Ogo
    Travel / Tourism
    Hyougo Pref. Koubeshi Kita-ku Ougochou Ougo Hirohogaki 643-1
    This roadside station, Kobe City's first, is situated along Prefectural Route 38 a 10-minute drive from the Miki-higashi interchange on the San'yo Expressway and sees 210 thousand visitors annually. The station sells fresh local foods and ingredients as well as Lillium formolongi lilies, tulips, and other flowers. The adjoining soba noodle restaurant serves a wide selection of dishes featuring juwari soba noodles made with 100% buckwheat flour that was grown and ground locally. The restaurant also offers sides made with seasonal ingredients like soba cake and takenoko bamboo shoots. The station is open year-round except for the New Year's holidays; the soba noodle restaurant is also closed on every Wednesday.
  • Roadside Station Mitsu
    Travel / Tourism
    Hyougo Pref. Tatsunoshi Mitsuchoumurotsu 896-23
    A roadside station situated along National Route 250 a 20-minute drive from the Tatsuno-nishi interchange. The station has a shop selling fresh, local seafood and specialty products, and a restaurant serving oyster and other course meals. Facing the Harima Sea, visitors can gather shellfish from the beachside plaza, an activity particularly popular with families with children. With an advance reservation, visitors can also try dragnet fishing. Visitors can barbecue on the station's terrace, a popular activity frequently featured in magazines.
  • Roadside Station Shingu
    6 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Hyougo Pref. Tatsunoshi Shinguchouhirano 99-2
    "A roadside station situated along the Inaba Highway a 10-minute walk from JR Harima-Shingu Station and a 20-minute drive from the Tatsuno and Yamazaki interchanges. The station's local specialty products hall sells hand-pulled Ibonoito Somen noodles and a wide variety of other local goods. Visitors can also watch soy sauce manju buns being made and purchase these fresh-made treats-watch out, they sell out fast! A market at the station is filled with vegetables and fruits from local farms. The most popular item on the station restaurant's menu is the ""Shingu Bento"" box lunch. In the Adjoining Shingu Fureai Fukushi Kaikan, visitors can enjoy an herb bath."


  • Roadside Station Tojo
    Travel / Tourism
    Hyougo Pref. Katoushi Minamiyama 1-5-3
    A roadside station adjoining the Hyogo-Tojo interchange on the Chugoku Expressway. The station serves as a gathering space and local information center as well as a base for community activities in the eastern Harima area. The Yumemachibito shop sells local specialty products; the soft serve ice cream, made with milk from a farm in the northern Harima area, is particularly popular. There's also a farmer's market hall which carries fresh vegetables, flowers, rice, and foods from producers in Kato City; a tourist information corner; and a 24-hour electric vehicle rapid charging station.
  • Roadside Station Shukubamachi Hirafuku
    3 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Hyougo Pref. Sayougunsayouchou Hirafuku 988-1
    A roadside station located close to the site of the Harima Hirafuku Jinya in Sayo County, Hyogo Prefecture. The station's restaurant serves nabe hotpot dishes made with local wild boar, duck, and green pheasant. The station's local specialty bustling products shop sells handmade foods like kon'nyaku devil's tongue jelly and Mochi Daizu Miso. The station provides information on local facilities and sightseeing destinations such as the Hirafuku riverside area, which still looks much as it did during the Edo period. Also located close to Chizu Express Hirafuku Station and the Sayo interchange on the Chugoku Expressway, the station is a convenient place from which to base area tourism activities.


  • Roadside Station Miki
    Travel / Tourism
    Hyougo Pref. Mikishi Fukui Mikiyama 2426
    A roadside station located a five-minute drive from the Miki-Ono interchange on the San'yo Expressway. Serving as a space for the sharing of information on the Miki / Kobe / Harima area, the station sells local specialty products and is the site of a variety of events. The Kanko Center Miki shop on the grounds sells locally grown vegetables and seasonal fruit as well as soft serve ice cream and Makizushi (thick sushi roll). The local area is famous for its production of metal ware, and the Kanamono Tenji Sokubaikan carries metal tools, utensils, and knives from some 50 local companies. Visitors can also enjoy food such as ones using miso made from Yamada Nishiki sake rice, a local specialty product; and ones created with inspiration from kajiya nabe, a local hotpot dish invented by a gourmet blacksmith.
  • Roadside Station Harima Ichinomiya
    17 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Hyougo Pref. Shisoushi Ichinomiyachousugyoume 510-1
    "A roadside station located close to the Otome no Izumi (""Maidens' Spring"") along the Inaba Highway in Shiso City, Hyogo Prefecture. The station provides information on the Ichinomiya-cho, Shiso City area, including its history, leisure activities, and agricultural and local specialty products. The station has a restaurant serving dishes made with local ingredients and can also supply visitors with a wide array of information on area roads and conditions. Located along the Inaba Highway and the Chugoku Expressway, the station is also located conveniently close to area sightseeing destinations. The station also has a folk entertainment exhibition hall which displays the festival floats used in the annual fall festival held at Iwa Shrine on the other side of the road."


  • Roadside Station Chikusa
    Travel / Tourism
    Hyougo Pref. Shisoushi Chikusachoukegono 745-5
    "A roadside station located close to Miyanoshita, the 11th temple on the New Shikoku Pilgrimage, in Shiso City. The station has a day trip campground, dog park, dog cafe, and other unique facilities, as well as a restaurant serving wild boar, duck, and other wild game meats. Particularly recommended is the ""Dangojiru Teishoku"" set meal, which comes with duck and delicious root vegetables; as well as the ""Koisuru Tonkatsu Teishoku"" set, which comes with a tonkatsu pork cutlet made with Koisuru-Buta Laboratory-brand pork. In the day trip campground, visitors can fish for Biwa trout and, in the summer, enjoy barbecuing and river sports."
  • Roadside Station Minami Haga
    13 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Hyougo Pref. Shisoushi Hagachouyasuga 8-1
    "A roadside station located a 30-minute drive from the Yamasaki interchange on the Chugoku Expressway. The station sells local Shiso City specialty products like Japanese yams and fresh vegetables. In addition, the station provides information on the area and is also known as the ""Minami-Haga Tokusankan (""Minami-Haga Local Specialty Products Hall""). The station's director particularly recommends the Shiso Blueberry Wine made with organic blueberry juice from the Roadside Station Minami-Haga Blueberry Farm, a local specialty product-the wine has a smooth flavor that is not sour. The station also has an event area and offers kon'nyaku devil's tongue jelly making."


  • Roadside Station Kitaharima Eco Museum
    Travel / Tourism
    Hyougo Pref. Nishiwakishi Terauchi 517-1
    "This Roadside Station is 15 minutes from the Chugoku Expressway's Takinoyashiro Interchange via National Route 175 in Nishiwaki City, Hyogo Prefecture. At 135 degrees east longitude and 35 degrees north latitude, it's known as the ""Navel of Japan."" In addition to shopping, dining, and tourist information, it holds art exhibits and offers workshops taught by locals on activities like making sacred Shinto shimenawa ropes. The gift shop sells local and specialty products, items made with the historic, high class dyed fabric banshu-ori, and boxed lunches and side dishes with Kurodasho wagyu beef and Banshu Hyakunichi-dori chicken. Their locally inspired menu featuring regional ingredients is also popular."
  • Roadside Station Inagawa
    15 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Hyougo Pref. Kawabeguninagawachou Manzen Takezoe 70-1
    Located at the Manzen Intersection where Prefectural Route 12 meets Prefectural Route 68, this roadside station's parking lot can accommodate 100 vehicles. Their farm stand features produce brought in fresh every morning by Inagawa Town farmers. On Mondays and Thursdays, a group of them are available to chat with customers about their produce, ways to prepare it, and more. Buckwheat is an Inagawa Town specialty, and the restaurant serves soba noodles made with 100% buckwheat flour. They have sweets like soft serve ice cream made with soba tea and kine-tsuki (mochi pounding) mochi rice cakes too. Their monthly events showcase the produce of the season, and the venue gets packed with the locals.

    2017年9月ランチで利用。いながわ道の駅でお買い物終わってお蕎麦を食べました。 蕎麦三味を注文。量がちょっと少なめ?お味は良いですが十割蕎麦感はあまり感じないかな? サラダ蕎麦は好みが別れるかもしれないと思いました。私は蕎麦はお出汁が好きなので個人的にダメでした。 帰りにお土産コーナーで揚げ蕎麦を買いました。品数少ないですが揚げ蕎麦ってあまり売っていないので嬉しかったです。

  • Roadside Station Aioi Peiron Castle
    Travel / Tourism
    Hyougo Pref. Aioishi Nabaminamihonmachi 8-55
    "This location is along National Route 250 crossing the Kowa-bashi Bridge east of JR Nishi-Aioi Station. The Chinese-style buildings are characteristic of this Roadside Station, which is also registered as a Sea Station. Inside, you'll find a restaurant and a goods center, as well as a day-trip hot spring, which has outdoor baths, and a sauna. You will likely notice the mural of ""Dai-chan"" the courageous daikon who is the mascot character. Every year in May, the Aioi City Peron Festival is held. It is a popular spot for Peron races held in Aioi Bay, and viewing aquatic fireworks."
  • Roadside Station Tamba Obaachan no Sato
    Travel / Tourism
    Hyougo Pref. Tambashi Kasugachounanukaichi 710
    "This roadside station is just off the Maizuru-Wakasa Expressway's Kasuga Interchange. Its shop sells local Tamba specialty products and Japanese sweets with a taste ""Just Like Grandma Used to Make."" The food court's Kokoro bakery offers fresh baked bread made with Tamba specialties like beans and chestnuts. Their Black Bean Bread made with brown sugar and lots of large black beans worked into the dough is especially popular."
  • Roadside Station Aogaki
    2 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Hyougo Pref. Tambashi Aogakichounishiashida 541
    This roadside station is just off the Kita Kinki Toyooka Expressway's Aogaki Interchange. Their souvenir shop offers a wealth of Tamba specialties, and the farm stand sells fresh items such as Tamba chestnuts and Japanese yams. Their Oidena Aogaki restaurant serves nihachi-soba noodles made with an 80 / 20 buckwheat to wheat flour mix. We particularly recommend the Zaru Soba Set that comes with an onigiri rice ball made with Aogaki grown Koshihikari rice and local vegetable tempura.

    道の駅あおがきに入っている和食のお店です。 お蕎麦がメインのようです。 とでも、出汁も美味で、美味しかったです。

  • Roadside Station Higashiura Terminal Park
    Travel / Tourism
    Hyougo Pref. Awajishi Ura 648
    This roadside station is about three minutes by car from the Kobe-Awaji-Naruto Expressway's Higashiura Interchange. Their Yamako shop sells whole grilled octopus served as-is that's been featured in the media countless times. Down by the sea, the Nakahama Minoru's Cat Art Museum features the leading artist's feline ink paintings. It is the world's first museum dedicated to cat art, and they hold ink painting classes once a month. Specialty products are available for purchase at their Higashiura Bussankan shop.
  • Roadside Station Awaji
    Travel / Tourism
    Hyougo Pref. Awajishi Iwaya 1873-1
    "This roadside station is about five minutes by car from the Kobe-Awaji-Naruto Expressway's Awaji Interchange at the northernmost point of Awaji Island. Its souvenir shop offers lots of items that can only be purchased there. They have local craft beer, Awaji grown onions and other produce, and prepared onion products like dressing and onion chips. Their Kaisen-kan Eatery has lots of rice bowls, including raw shirasu baby sardines on rice and grilled conger eel on rice. The ""Awa be-"" shop offers hearty burgers packed with lots of Awaji beef."
  • Tsuna Port
    Hyougo Pref. Awajishi Shiduki
    A port situated in front of Shizuki, Awaji City. As no regular boat lines visit the port today, the port's terminal building is used as a bus terminal. In the Edo period, the port was known for its favorable winds, and on good days it is said a vessel could reach Naniwa (Osaka) in half a day. The entire large harbor dock in the center is a popular fishing destination and, thanks to the good tide flow here, many fishing lovers come here seeking to catch specific fish varieties. In spring, fishers can target black rockfish, fat greenlings, and righteye flounder; in summer, horse mackerel, pilchard, and mackerel. In addition to mornings and early evenings, night fishing here is also recommended.
  • Fresh Asago
    19 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Hyougo Pref. Asagoshi Iwatsu Within 96 Bantan Tado Asago SA
    This roadside station is at the Asago Service Area on the Bantan Renraku Road in Iwatsu, Asago City. You can access it by a regular road as well. They offer specialty products that including Iwatsu Negi, one of the best three onion varieties in Japan, prepared products featuring venison, fresh local produce, marine products from the Sea of Japan, and confectionery. The restaurant serves fare like Tajima beef hamburgers and curries, as well as meal sets with Yokabuta brand pork. It also has a cafe terrace that overlooks Asago's townscape.

    とても綺麗な道の駅。 サービスエリアと道の駅と 両方兼ね備えています。 高速道路乗らなくても、 お店には入れます。 地元が 岩津ねぎの場所なので、岩津ねぎの商品ラインナップの数はたくさんあります。 店内もとても綺麗です。 天井が高くて 気持ち良い 道の駅でした。

  • Roadside Station Tajima no Mahoroba
    75 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Hyougo Pref. Asagoshi Santouchouotsuki 92-6
    A roadside station situated along the Kitakinki-Toyooka Expressway in Otsuki, Santo-cho, Asago City. Here visitors can purchase seasonal agricultural products such as the Iwatsu Welsh onion, considered one of the three greatest varieties of Welsh onion in Japan (available from late November to late March); as well as rayu chili oil made with Iwatsu Welsh onions, wieners and other processed foods; snacks; sweets; and original products. The adjoining restaurant offers an all-you-can-eat buffet of light obanzai dishes made with local ingredients, and set meals and donburi rice bowls made with Tajima beef. There's also a food court where you can eat breaded mincemeat cutlets made with Tajima beef, Kobe pork, and Awaji grown onions.

    地元の野菜などが買える道の駅ですが、 野菜もお土産も同じレジになったりして レジが混むので買う気がなくなる。 フードコーナーももう少し変えた方がいいと思う。昔ながらのパーキングにあるフードコーナーのようにみえる。 もっと屋台とかもあってもいいと思う。

Hyogo Main Areas


Hyogo prefecture stretches from the north coast to the south coast on the western end of the popular Kansai region, encompassing verdant mountains, urban beaches, and fantastic historical sights. The prefecture’s main attractions lie along the south coast at Kobe, the prefectural capital, a pretty harbor city best known for its production of the renowned Kobe beef, and Himeji, the home of Himeji Castle, one of the country’s most beautifully preserved feudal castles, perched magically atop a hill.

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