Mokkin Road is a 350-meter-long wooden boardwalk along the Miyauchi River, where the old townscape from the Meiji period still remains.
The boardwalk is comprised of wooden planks laid out like a xylophone (mokkin) and actually produces musical sounds when you walk on it. You can enjoy strolling around the historic buildings which still carry the vestiges of Meiji period bustle.
* The Meiji period (1868-1912) is when Japan rapidly began to modernize, adopting foreign cultures and technologies.
- Kawanoishi, Honai-cho, YawatahamaCity
- Parking space
6 parking spaces
- Admission fee