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Awaji Highway Oasis, Awaji

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A large ferris wheel, delicious food, comfortable shopping, cafes, and souvenir shops offering a variety of "omiyage" make Awaji Highway Oasis a popular stop for drivers across the country. See Akashi Kaikyo Bridge, connecting Awaji Island to the mainland, or enjoy a local specialty with onions. A number of observation decks accessible by paved paths offer you panoramic views of the urban coastline of Kobe. You can reach the site by driving or catching a bus from Kobe, which will take around an hour. Arrange to visit Awaji Highway Oasis and other attractions in Awaji using our Awaji trip itinerary planner.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • If you are coming from the mainland, the first stop / rest area is the Upper Rest area, connected to it on the other side of the highway is the Lower Rest area and in the center there is a large ornat...  more »
  • Accessible but transformative - urban centers in visible close proximity- but you are quickly transported to nature Well designed and easy going with breadth of different amenities - including tastefu...  more »
  • A bigger SA with good views/shopping/restaurants. However, very confusing road network leading/exiting the toll roads. Multiple SAs near each other but difficult to reach. So near yet so far!  more »
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  • Good for a rest when driving
  • Nice view
  • Fun anyway. Souvenir type many, too much trouble (^ ^) when you've been in the purchase of 3,000 yen or more bargain Awaji island onion did offer services. Of course bought ¥ 3,000 or more, onions. No convenience store ★ 4
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  • It is a facility directly connected to Awaji SA. Parking stop buses too widely. Since most buses stop at the SA is available here. Because it can be slow or buy souvenirs or meals is recommended.
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  • Souvenirs in the world is a little expensive but the conger eel sushi. Thick Puri was and is the eel is delicious. Such as onion soup is worth!
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