Minnami-no-Sato

Travel Guide - Minnami-no-Sato

Information

Minnami-no-Sato is a tourist facility comprised of a farmer’s market which sells produce of the season, a restaurant which serves local cuisine made with seasonal ingredients, and an information center which introduces the Kamogawa's history and culture.

In addition to shopping, you can also take a leisurely bike ride as you enjoy the rice paddy scenery by renting a bicycle from the rent-a-cycle center here.

Opening Hours

  • 9:00 - 18:00 (Februaty - October)
  • 9:00 - 17:00 (November - March)

Closed

  • One day in July and October (Irregular)
  • January 1

Access / Public Transport

  • 20 minutes from JR Awa-Kamogawa Station by the bus bound for Hiratsuka-hongo or Tokyo-wan Ferry. Get off at Minnami-no-Sato Bus stop.
  • 20 minutes taxi ride from JR Awa-Kamogawa Station

Address / Location

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