An extensive lineup of strictly selected specialty products, fresh vegetables, processed goods, and so forth, all bearing the Ayabe trademark, are available at this sales outlet, which opened on May 24, 2014.
In the hall, you can shop for fresh locally grown vegetables, regional specialty products, and crafts, as well as enjoying scrumptious sweets with tea in a cafe serving local Ayabe Tea, which is highly acclaimed all over Japan.
At the tourist information station in the hall, tourist information categorized by purpose of visit is available to Ayabe visitors.
|Access||【By car】From Maizuru-Wakasa Expressway, Ayabe Interchange, approx. 5 min.
From Kyoto-Jukan Expressway, Ayabe-Ankokuji Interchange, approx. 10 min.
【By train】From north exit of JR Ayabe Station (JR San’in Main Line / Maizuru Line), approx. 10 min. walk. Or, take the Aya Bus from south exit of JR Ayabe Station and get off at Gunze-Ayabehonshamae (short distance from bus stop)
|Regular holiday||Tuesday (when Tuesday is a public holiday, open Tue. and closed Wed.)|