Akaigawa Central Hokkaido Area

The roadside rest area “Akaigawa” is placed halfway on National Highway 393 (Maple Road 393) connecting the Sapporo area and the Niseko.
This used be a site developed as a post town, known as Ekitei-Jyo, by the national government from the Meiji period to the early Showa period, and it still serves as a strategic point of traffic.
The area has a farmer’s market selling products nurtured in the temperature difference of the caldera basin specific surrounded by mountains around, and the driveway from the area to Niseko is a popular driving route overlooking Mt. Yotei.

  • Parking※Available in 24-hour free
  • Toilets※Available in 24-hour free
  • Handicapped Toilets※Available in 24-hour free
  • Washlet
  • Ostomate
  • Telephone※Available in 24-hour
  • Restaurant
  • Shop
  • Rest station
  • Park
  • Nursing room&Diaper changing table
  • AED
  • Wi-Fi
  • Dog run
  • 164 161 773

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