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Akama-kan is a beautiful house, built according to ancient carpenter's techniques. It's also the meeting place of travelers who come to visit Akama-street, a Edo period post town. Everyday, local associations provide delicious hand-made food to...more
This relatively new sightseeing information center features a small gift shop with local products and items from a Munakata. A small cafe is available, as well, for a place to sit, rest, and have a cup of coffee. It is primarily geared toward Japanese tourists...More