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Michi no Eki Koishiwara Roadside Station (rest stop) is right beside Koishiwara village office along national highway 211. The rest stop is made up of many different shops which sell local specialty products like Koishiwara pottery. Hungry? Stop by the restaurant Kodachi and have a taste of the town! As it would be expected for a village known for Koishiwara pottery, Michi no Eki Koishiwara Roadside Station has an unique image for a kiln. In addition to this, the abundant agricultural produce of Toho Village and Hita are regularly sold out by midday. Unique merchandise like handmade bread and pickles, yuzu (Japanese citron) pepper, rice crackers in the shape of pottery and handmade miso make great gifts! ” We have many products to choose from, so please have a look!”, according to Mr. Keizo Kajiwara, the manager. Whether it be for shopping, a break or to look for gifts, please drop by at Michi no Eki Koishiwara Roadside Station!