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This facility was opened on July 25, 1997, as Iwaki's Tourism and Products Center. The two-story facility has various zones on each floor, including those with restaurants, fish shops, and gift shops.
The front of the facility is lined with shops selling seafood, and inside the central entrance are gift shops, restaurants, tourist information centers, etc. There are also restaurants on the second floor, and the administration office. Moreover, the Iwaki Day Cruise terminal is found by the West Entrance. The Live Iwaki Museum on the second floor is free, and visitors may enjoy videos and panels introducing the history and tourist attractions of Iwaki City, as well as exchanges with its sister city.

Street address

43-1 Azatatsumi-cho, Onahama, Iwaki City, Fukushima

Access

Route1

  • Bus (bound for Iwaki Station via Ena) for around 15 minutes from Izumi Station on the JR Joban Line to Onahama Annaisho.
    7 minutes by foot from the bus stop (330 yen)

Route2

  • Bus (bound for Onahama Shako) for around 40 to 50 minutes from Iwaki Station on the JR Joban Line to Onahama Annaisho.
    7 minutes by foot from the bus stop (650 yen)

Opening Hours

9:00-18:00

Closed

One or two days a month, mainly Wednesdays

Fee

Website

http://www.tif.ne.jp/lang/en/sightseeing/topic.html?id=63&category=9

Best season

-

Point

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