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Mimata Town Product Shop, Yokamonya (三股町物産館 よかもんや)

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Fresh vegetables and specialty products can be purchased at the product shop in the Mimata Town Industrial Hall. A morning market called “Mimatan Ekimae-Yokamon Market” is also held in the parking lot on the fourth Sunday of every month and it is often used as a place for the locals to interact. Rental bicycles are also available and can be used for sightseeing in the area.

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Miyazaki Pref. Kitamorokatagunmimatachou Kabayama 4421-22 (Ebino / MiyakonojoArea)

phone 0986523131
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9:30-18:30

Review of Yokamonya

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Reviewed:2020/01/29 三股駅前の地元物産店
JR日豊線の都城駅の隣の駅が三股駅。そこにある三股町物産館よかもんやです。地元産の野菜、果物、米、肉製品、菓子など各種食品、園芸品などいろいろあり、道の駅によくある地元の産直市場ですが、ここは道の駅ではなく、JRの駅構内です。
駐車スペースはたくさんあるので、ドライブの方も気楽によることができます。
Reviewed:2019/01/15 地元の方が利用されています。
地元の特産物は置いてあるし、昼間は弁当を売っているしと多種多彩なお店です。
私は、使い勝手の良さそうな包丁(地元の鍛冶屋さんが作った物と思われるもの)を買いましたが、これが最高に使い心地がよく、オススメしたい一品です。
Reviewed:2018/10/14 宮崎旅行
宮崎旅行の際に都城まで足を運びました、三股駅を利用したので立ち寄りましたが、特に惹かれるものはありませんでした。

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Address
Miyazaki Pref. Kitamorokatagunmimatachou Kabayama 4421-22 [map]
Area
Ebino / MiyakonojoArea
Phone
0986523131
Hours
9:30-18:30
Closed
3rd Thursday (* 8/Dec., Public holidays excluded), New Year's Day
Parking Lot
Available(14spaces)
Credit Card
Not available
Wi-Fi
Not available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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