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Michi no Eki Kyoda (Yanbaru Bussan Center)道の駅許田(やんばる物産センター)

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Michi no Eki Kyoda is a roadside rest and shopping facility in Nago City on National Highway 58. It sells fresh fruit and vegetables delivered directly to the Center by local farmers, as well as local specialty products and souvenir gifts. There is a food court and food stalls, with a comprehensive range of delicious Okinawan dishes available to eat. Michi no Eki Kyoda also has a comprehensive range of other facilities, including a highway information counter, rest lounge, and nap room.

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place Okinawa Pref. Nagoshi Kyoda 17-1
phone 0980540880

Review of Michi no Eki Kyoda Food Court

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Reviewed:2017/08/30 Good place to stop before Nago
Cool place to stop before you get to Nago. Kinda expensive. Easy to get lost in I would stick together if traveling as a group.
Reviewed:2017/05/28 Good spot to eat
A good spot to eat that doesn't cost a lot, food is resonably priced and pretty good. The tacos and taco rice are pretty good, wish they had some salsa but the hotsauce works. The menu is in Japanese...
Reviewed:2016/06/13 Popular with Tourists
Many tourists, pass through this location because, discount tickets, for other attractions, are sold here. Most Micho no Eki, sell local products and foods at reasonable prices and, this one is no...



Okinawa Pref. Nagoshi Kyoda 17-1 [map]



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