20. Highway rest stops are destinations – Umihotaru

By Tenkaijapan - Last updated: 火曜日, 2月 23, 2010 - Save & Share - Leave a Comment
Umi Hotaru

Umi Hotaru

Rest areas like Umi-hotaru almost make up for the ridiculous tolls and endless traffic jams of Japan’s highways. Umi-hotaru (海ほたる/the ‘sea firefly’) is a giant, island-like concrete construct floating smack in the middle of Tokyo Bay at the crossover point between the Aqua-Line bridge and tunnel.



It offers a number of restaurants and shops for those who need to relax before braving the remaining drive.

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