Though called a station, it is not a railway station. A roadside station is a facility that serves the triple functions of being a rest area, communicating information, and providing regional collaboration. Roadside Station Adachi offers souvenirs from the city of Nihonmatsu in Fukushima prefecture, Japanese food, Western food, Chinese food, regional dishes, sweets, a bakery, a convenience store, and Japanese papermaking.
Parking is free. Enjoy spending a few minutes or a few hours here.
Enjoy Japanese food at a restaurant for under 10 dollars! The wide range of dishes served includes the well-known dish of tempura soba, the Fukushima specialty of pork cutlet atop rice with sauce, and “zakuzaku,” a local dish from Nihonmatsu!
An array of foods is available, such as ramen from the locally famous ramen shop, “Midoriyu Shokudo,” spicy curry made with an original recipe, and over 50 types of bread at “Nihonmatsu Bakery.”
Everyone loves sweets! A variety of sweets are available that are only found in Fukushima, a land of fruits! Try the ice cream parlor “Two Three” and the pastry café “Reconnaissance.” Relax and enjoy your favorite treats, such as soft serve ice cream unique to the roadside station or a rich assortment of sweets from a local sweets shop.
Visitors can shop fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables grown in Nihonmatsu, as well as processed foods. Or how about local sake famous throughout Japan that have been crafted from the water of Mt. Adatara and won a variety of awards? They make perfect souvenirs. There are also many other select, unique souvenirs available.
Washi, Japanese paper, has been produced in Nihonmatsu since long ago. The Washi Traditional Crafts Gallery is a workshop that lets visitors learn about the traditional Japanese paper and try making it themselves. Handmade lamps made of washi and various washi products make wonderful souvenirs.
Everything from food to basic daily necessities is available!
A convenient store that has all you need!
It is alongside National Highway No. 4. Please look for the Michi-no-Eki sign.
*When traveling from the outbound traffic lane to the roadside station on the inbound lane, turn around at Matsukawa Overpass approx. 2km ahead.
Tohoku Expressway Approx. 10 km from Nihonmatsu I.C.
Tohoku Expressway Approx. 16 km from Fukushima I.C.
Approx. 20 min. from Fukushima station by car
Approx. 40 min. from Koriyama station by car