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[Roadside Station Tatsuta Fureai no Sato]

Lotus root, a local specialty, is the main attraction at this roadside station with delicious food and good fun

Aisai City is famous for its lotus root, and you can eat your fill of this healthy, delicious local specialty at Roadside Station Tatsuta Fureai no Sato. Inside the facility are restaurants, and outside are stores where you can get light meals as takeout. Bento boxes with lotus root dishes, lotus root ramen, lotus root soft-serve ice cream, lotus root bread-there are many different foods and sweets made with lotus root that you just have to try. Fresh produce grown in nearby farmland is also on sale, and the roadside station is also a hangout for locals from the surrounding neighborhood of Morikawacho. The facility's core concept is "tons of fun and food". Just like the motto suggests, visitors can enjoy themselves to the fullest here.
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The fine stonework and black walls of the Japanese-style building are a memorable sight
Upper left: The "Marutto Renkon Anpan" (sweet bun filled with lotus root and red bean) sold at bakery Tatsuta no Pan is accented by the texture of the sliced lotus root, Upper right: The "Renkon Dorayaki" (sweet pancake sandwich with lotus root) is a souvenir that would make anyone happy, Bottom: Restaurant Tatsuta, where you can try the "Aisai Bento"
Address Igetanishi 27, Morikawacho, Aisai City, Aichi
Phone +81-567-23-1011 (Japanese only)
Opening hours 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Holidays Every Thursday, January 1st to 3rd
Price Aisai Bento 880 yen
Marutto Renkon Anpan 180 yen
Rice burger 300 yen
Renkon Dorayaki 140 yen
Lotus root kabayaki (3 pieces) 350 yen
Access From "Nagoya Station" of JR Tokaido Shinkansen, walk to "Meitetsu Nagoya Station" and take the Meitetsu Nagoya Main Line Express for approx. 7 minutes, alight at "Sukaguchi Station". Take the through train that starts as the Tsushima Line and continues onto the Bisai Line for approx. 22 minutes and alight at "Saya Station". Walk for approx. 30 minutes, or take a taxi from "Saya Station" for approx. 10 minutes.

updated on Mar 25, 2019

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