Michi-no-eki Daiku-no-sato Bussankan (Roadside Station, Home of #9, Souvenir Center)
Michi-no-eki inside Naruto City’s German Village Park. There is an eatery with a German menu.
Michi-no-eki (Roadside Station)
During the WWI, captured German soldiers were kept in Bando POW camp. The former camp was renovated into German Village Park. Michi-no-eki is added in the park and named as Daiku no Sato (Home of #9) since Beethoven’s Symphony #9 was played first in Naruto City of all Asia.
The building for Bussankan was part of the barrack in the reformer Bando POW camp, which is a national tangible cultural asset, In this historical building, you can shop Tokushima’s specialties such as citrus, sweet potatoes, and other seasonal produces, sweets and other souvenir items.
There is an eatery here that serves hotdogs with German sausage, German beer, etc. Nearby, The Naruto German House displays the information on friendship with captured German soldiers during WWI. Stop by on your tour around Naruto City.
Michi-no-eki inside Naruto City’s German Village Park.
The building for Bussankan was part of the barrack in the reformer Bando POW camp, which is a national tangible cultural asset.
Tokushima’s specialties and local fresh produce are available.
An eatery serves German menu.
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- Name in Japanese
- 道の駅 第九の里
- Postal Code
- 53 Higashiyamada, Oasachohinoki, Naruto City, Tokushima
- Every 4th Monday (If it falls on a holiday, the following day), Dec 28-31
- 9:00am - 5:00pm (The eatery: 10:00am - 4:00pm)
1) From Kobe Awaji Naruto Expressway, Itano Interchange, drive 7 min.
2) From Kobe Awaji Naruto Expressway, Naruto Interchange, drive 17 min.
3) From Kobe Awaji Naruto Expressway, Naruto-nishi parking lot, walk 10 min.
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