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Nahari Station Market Ichijiku (奈半利駅物産館「無花果」)

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Direct Sales Store

This is a local produce and souvenir center adjoining the Nahari Station, the last station on the Gomen Nahari Line. Fresh vegetables, and other produce and Kochi products are sold on the first floor of the station. The fresh-picked vegetables harvested each morning are very reasonably priced, as the farmers themselves price them. There are many items that can only be found here, such as the local-brew unrefined sake, Doburoku, and the no-additive natural Nahari miso. The fig jam, and sherbet made with Nahari fruit are so well liked that customers come back for more. One their higher-end gift items are the yuzu-pork, and the Komegaoka region chicken products, which have the honor of being chosen as hometown-tax-payment thank you gifts.

place

Kochi Aki-gun Naharicho Otsu 1305-6 Nahari Sta. 1F (Aki / MurotoArea)

phone 0887321288
place

8:00-17:00

Review of Nahari Station Market Ichijiku

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2020/04/25 狭いのに品ぞろえが豊富で
地元でとれるいちじくをジャムやドライフルーツにしてしています。
弁当やサンドイッチもあり、狭いのに品ぞろえが豊富です。
Reviewed:2019/09/14 おばさんたちの手作り弁当
地元のおばさんたちの手作り弁当がありましたので、購入。ご飯は、熱いものをよそってくれました。海辺で家族で食べました。こういうちょっとしたことが、GWのよい思い出になりました。
Reviewed:2019/07/18 駅下のおみやげ屋さん
ごめんなはり線に乗って、奈半利駅で散策する際に寄りました。
高知県のお土産や、お弁当や、野菜が売っています。

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Details

Address
Kochi Aki-gun Naharicho Otsu 1305-6 Nahari Sta. 1F [map]
Area
Aki / MurotoArea
Phone
0887321288
Hours
8:00-17:00
Closed
open everyday (New Year's Holiday only)
Parking Lot
Available
Credit Card
Not available
Smoking
Other (Available at designated outdoor smoking areas)
Wi-Fi
Not available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

Access

          There is no Station nearby. There is no Bus Stop nearby. There is no Parking nearby. There is no IC nearby.
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