Tourism and industrial information station of Atsumi Peninsula
Michi-no-Eki Tahara Mekkun House, the tourism and industrial information station of Atsumi Peninsula, has gotten even better after the renovation!!
Thank you for waiting for our renewal open!!
●Saturday, March 17th 9:00AM ~ Pre-opening (merchandise/ selected food/drink)
●Saturday, April 7th 9:00AM ~ Grand opening
①Bigger vegetable outlet section!
More seasonal vegetables and fruits are available
②Onsite processing facility added!
Vegetables and meat from local farms are processed onsite into local specialties
③More local/regional items!
More of Tahara’s representative merchandise such as items of the Atsumi Peninsula Tahara brand and from the factory are sold.
Please come visit the new Tahara Mekkun House.
When driving by Atsumi Peninsula and enjoying the flowers and roar of the ocean, please stop by Tahara Mekkun House to relax and enjoy food and shopping.
●Souvenir/Local specialty counter
Atsumi Peninsula’s specialties such as muskmelons are lined up!!“Fureai Market”, where the locals sell their fresh vegetables, is also poplar.Alcoholic drinks are available as well.
You can learn about the sightseeing spots, event information, melon picking, strawberry picking, and seasonal recommendations. Take an area map and sightseeing pamphlets and have your questions answered.
●2F Restaurant (Breakfast/Lunch) (Accepting group lunch reservations)
●1F Restaurant (Opens on April 5th)
●Onsite processing facility
●2F Atsumi Peninsula Sightseeing Bureau Office
●Michi-no-Eki information Aichi area “Michi-no-Eki” Official Liaison Committee Executive Office
In this blog, events/merchandise/shops of Tahara Mekkun House and nearby sightseeing spots are introduced.You can read blogs about Michi-no-Eki in Aichi Prefecture.Find plenty of hottest topics!!
●Full of Michi-no-Eki information Michi Club
Tahara Mekkun House, events, and etc. are introduced.You can find information of Michi-no-Eki and events from all over Japan.
●Japan “Michi-no-Eki” Liaison Committee Homepage (Official Michi-no-Eki homepage)
Origin of the name “Mekkun House”: Mekkun has a lovely face and looks very friendly. His multiple hands and legs represent the flowers’ shoot, vegetables’ shoot, beginning of the town renewal, culture, and industry – he is a symbol of the growing energetic town. “Mekkun House” stands for the house that grows those elements (“Me” stands for sprouts/buds). Mekkun is a mascot of Tahara Mekkun House.