Toyoura-cho was composed of four villages (now hamlets), the largest of which is called Kawatana. Kawatana is famous for its hot springs (Kawatana Onsen) and kawara soba (green tea buckwheat noodles).
- Shimonoseki official website (in Japanese)
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