About Murayama loadside staion
♦A delicate fragrance and sweetness of rose spread in mouth.
"Higashizawa park" has Japan's largest rose garden and sell products made from roses.
The most popular one is "rose gelato",and there are also "bucksheat gelato" (270 yen each)
The restaurant (6:30 a.m. - 8 p.m.) is buffet style which is rare for michinoeki.
Details Murayama loadside staion
- Address:7635-1 Tateoka, Murayama city, Yamagata
Opening hour:fast food 10 a.m. - 8 p.m./ shops from 9 a.m.
Parking:(free) 161 cars
Access to Murayama loadside staion
Access:30 minutes from Yamagata highway Yamagata kita IC via R13 toward Shinjo.
About Yamagata info.
Yamagata info is the web site to introduce Yamagata Prefecture of Japan,
mainly about the tourist attractions and hot springs which may help those who are planning on a trip to Yamagata.
The place where beautiful Japanese nature and unique culture still remain.
Sightseeing in Yamagata
Spring:Cherry blossoms are at their best from April.
Summer:Hot. Visiting hamlet is recommended.
Fall:Beauty of the leaves when turned in autum. Imoni festivals everywhere!
Winter:Freezing cold with snow, and the trees will be coverd with them and ice.
Snow:Cold, but not as delicous as shaved ice.
So many things to see and experience throughout the year!
Gotta eat them!
Cherries:70% of cherries in Japan are produced in Yamagata Prefecture.
La France pears:The queen of the fruits is also Yamagata's best production.
Yonezawa Beef:As known as "Matsuzaka" of the west, and "Yonezawa" of the east.
Imoni:One of the local dishes of Yamagata which beef soup and taro roots are boiled and seasoned together.
Cold ramen:Yamagata is the birthplace for cold ramen; the chinese noodle.
Yamagata food = delicacy of Japan
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Links related to Yamagata
Yamagata Prefecture official web site
Japan Railways in eastern Japan
About information in the site
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To use the hot spring and tourist information, please confirm with the local institutions.