Roadside Station "Michi-no-Eki" Donguri-no-Sato Inabu
Roadside Station Donguri-no-Sato Inabu is a "Michi-no-Eki" (lit. "Road Station") located in the Inabu Area of Toyota City, Aichi Prefecture. The onsen hot spring bath house Donguri-no-Yu, fresh produce and freshly-baked bread, and the Donguri Yokocho Market, offering a rich variety of local delicacies from the surrounding mountains, await visitors. With delicious food no matter the season, be sure to visit the mountain village of Inabu.
Chaberin Dango (Green Tea Rice Dumpling)
This product includes 2 main materials: (1) Mine-Asahi, a rice brand in Inabu (a mountainous region in Toyota), and (2) Tea leaves produced in the southern part of Takaoka.
*An individual package contains 2 pieces. Other packages including purse-shaped bag, a paper box, and a freezable storage bag are also available for take-out.
*Just one bite gives you the flavor of rice and green tea.
The mochi's chewable texture and red bean's softness are a good combination.
All year around
2 days from the thaw date
Avoid direct sunlight, high temperatures and humidity
・Credit Cards： N
・Overseas Order： N
・English Available: N
22-1, Hirahara, Busetumachi
|Opening days / hours||Donguri Yokocho Market and Donguri Kobo Workshop
Weekdays: 9:00 to 17:00
Weekends/Holidays: 9:00 to 18:00
Donguri-no-Yu Hot Springs
Weekdays: 10:00 to 21:00 (Last admission 20:00)
Weekends/Holidays: 9:30 to 21:00 (Last admission 20:00)
|Parking lot||Free parking. 108 spaces for standard vehicles, 3 handicapped spaces, 12 spaces for large vehicles, and 32 spaces for motorcycles.|
(closed the following day if a holiday),
year end and New Year period
|Access by car||40 min. from the Sanage Green Road Chikaraishi Interchange via National Route 153|
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