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Roadside Station Minami Alps Murahase道の駅 南アルプスむら 長谷

Michi no Eki Road Station

A roadside station standing along National Route 152 in Hasehiji, Ina City. The station sells sweets made with Japanese mugwort grown in the Hase Valley as well as local specialty products like healthy medicinal manju steamed buns, medicinal ice cream, fruit and vegetable pies, homemade miso, and pickles. The adjoining Alps Mura Pan-ya bakery sells popular fresh-baked, homemade breads.

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Nagano Pref. Inashi Hasehiji 1400 (Tateshina / Suwa / IidaArea)

phone 0265982968
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Address
Nagano Pref. Inashi Hasehiji 1400 [ map ]
Area
Tateshina / Suwa / IidaArea
Phone
0265982968
Hours
Depending on the facility
Closed
Depending on the facility
Parking Lot
Available(Large-sized vehicles5spaces, Cars100spaces)
Credit Card
Not available(Depending on the facility)
Smoking
Other
Wi-Fi
Available
Note
Temporary suspension:Closed until May 10, 2020 (Information as of May 5, 2020)
* Information may be changed, so please be sure to check the official information.
Can be enjoyed even on a rainy day
Yes
Average budget
[Lunch] 1,001-3,000yen
Wheelchair accessible
Available
Infant friendly
Available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

Access

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          Nagano prefecture is an exciting mix of mountains, hot spring monkeys, and preserved Edo history. At the heart of the Japanese Alps, Nagano is one of the country's most popular destinations, whether in winter for its snow sports and the much-loved Jigokudani Monkey Park or in the warmer months for discovering the undulating hills on foot. For fantastic Edo architecture, head to the Kiso Valley for a 60-kilometer stretch of quaint wooden buildings that marked the Nakasendo route 200 years ago.