This is a facility on the shore of Lake Tsukui that aims to disseminate tourist information and sell local specialty products.
In the surrounding area, there is a flower garden where seasonal flowers bloom, which pleases the eyes of visitors. Shiroyama (Tsukui Castle Ruins), which has historical remains, rises on the opposite bank.
Tsukui's specialty products such as braided cords that are famous nationwide, local sake made with high-quality water, udon and kankoyaki made with local ingredients, and seasonal agricultural products can be purchased here.
Many events are held here, such as the cherry blossom festival in spring, astronomical observations and making sake manju in summer, and illuminations in winter.
From Hashimoto Station on the JR Yokohama Line, Sagami Line, or Keio Line, take the bus bound for "Migaki (via Nakano)" (Hashi 01), get off at "Lake Tsukuiko Kanko Center Mae" and walk for 1 minute.