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Roadside Station Kakegawa道の駅 掛川

Michi no Eki Road Station

This roadside station is adjacent to Yasaka Interchange on National Route 1. Visitors can purchase locally-harvested seasonal fresh vegetables at the station's farmer's market. The station is well-equipped with a range of facilities including shops and a restaurant that offers items such as Enshu soba noodles made with locally-grown buckwheat, as well as tororodon (grated yam on rice). The station is utilized by many tourists because of its large parking lot.

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Shizuoka Pref. Kakegawashi Yasaka 882-1 (Iwata / KakegawaArea)

phone 0537272600

Review of Michi-no-Eki Kakegawa

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Reviewed:2018/10/27 なんでこんなレイアウトに
駐車場からなんだか動線が悪い道の駅。雨の日にはちょっと困る。中もコンビニがあって、ドライブインだっけと思った。野菜はすぐ売れてしまうのか時間によって何もないときがあり、あとはお土産ものだけ。トイレ休憩によろう。
Reviewed:2018/08/31 必ず寄る所だよ。
国一バイパスを走っていたら、必ず寄らないと、大きい道の駅です、駐車場も広いし、食事も大丈夫、おかずを、一品一品、取っていく食堂が面白い、他にもあるし、野菜が安い、いつも混んでいます、ここは寄らないとダメですよ。
Reviewed:2018/04/05 クラウンメロンジュース
特産物直売所や食堂が充実している道の駅です。道の駅の中には、24時間営業のセブンイレブンも入っていました。ここの道の駅の楽しみは、宮正路園の「クラウンメロンジュース」ですが、メロンの季節よりも早いためか、しまっていました。ミルク入りの「クラウンメロンジュース」は500円、メロン100パーセントの「メロン純生」は1,000円です。

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Address
Shizuoka Pref. Kakegawashi Yasaka 882-1 [ map ]
Area
Iwata / KakegawaArea
Phone
0537272600
Closed
2nd Monday (Closed on Sunday)
Parking Lot
Available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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