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Orchard Spots in Hokkaido Area

  • Panoramic Flower Gardens Shikisai-no-oka
    800 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Hokkaido Kamikawagumbieichou Shinsei number 3
    Visitors to Shikisai-no-oka in the summer can enjoy the beautiful vistas of colorful flower fields, while in the winter they can experience standing in the midst of a vast expanse of snow. Besides the extensive flower gardens, farmers’ fields and Alpaca ranch, Shikisai-no-oka also has a farm guesthouse where visitors can stay. The farm shop sells vegetables grown locally, as well as other products sourced directly from local farmers. Shikisai-no-oka is located 25 minutes’ walk from JR Bibaushi Station.

    I went to Shikisai farm instead of Tomita farm after reading some reviews. I believe you should choose either one of them to save your time. The opening hours is 9 am. To travel to this place from...

  • Hill of Zerubu and Hill of Atoms
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Oozo, Biei-cho, Kamikawa-gun, Hokkaido
    Open from late-April to early-October, visitors to Hill of Zerubu and Hill of Atoms can gaze over the nature of Mt Asahidake and the Tokachi Mountain Range while surrounded by beautiful fields of flowers. They’re located about a 50-minute drive on National Route 237 from the Asahikawa-Takasu Interchange on the Hokkaido Expressway. Alternatively, it’s a five-minute taxi or 35-minute walk from the JR Biei Station.
  • Yamamoto Sightseeing Orchard
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Hokkaido Yoichigunyoichichou Noborichou 1102-5
    Yamamoto Sightseeing Orchard is open from late June to mid-November, and visitors can enjoy various kinds of fruit picking according to the season. In the rest house in addition to Genghis Khan (a lamb BBQ type dish), special apple pie is also available. It is approximately five minutes from JR Yoichi Station by car. It takes about 95 minutes by bus from Sapporo city center.
  • Kaneda Berry Garden
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Hokkaido Kamikawagunshintokuchou Kuttari West 1 line 58
    An organic berry farm. The farm avoids the use of agricultural chemicals and chemical fertilizers if at all possible, cultivating its berries according to a proprietary method. In addition to haskap berry, standard black currant, and gooseberries, the farm also grows red currant and white currant berries. The farm's homemade jams made with just berries and beet sugar are a popular item to buy via mail order. During harvest season, you can try berry picking yourself. The picking fee depends not on how long you pick but rather by the quantity.
  • Ohashi Cherry Farm
    9 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Hokkaido Ashibetsu-shi Kamiashibetsucho 469
    This agritourism farm is where you can enjoy cherry picking every year around July and August. It has Japan’s largest all-weather rain dome. Using no chemical fertilizers, and it grows 1,500 plants from over 30 varieties including Sato Nishiki. The homemade jams they make are great souvenirs.

    Me and my family went on the first week of August .By that time only left two fields were open. We decided to go to Gassan field which cost 3500 yen per person. Unknowingly we spend more than 2 hrs...

  • Nakanishi Cherry Farm
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Hokkaido Ashibetsu-shi Kamiashibetsucho 461-6
    A cherry farm located in Ashibetsu City, known for its starry skies. In most years, visitors to the farm can enjoy time unlimited cherry picking from early July to mid-August. In addition to major Japanese cherry varieties such as Sato Nishiki and Nanyo; Heiwa Nishiki cherries, a variety only grown in Ashibetsu, and the farm's own original variety, called Purple, are also popular. Highly sweet and rich in iron, cherries also contain carotene (vitamin A) and are said to help prevent eye strain. The farm is outfitted with extensive vinyl roofs, ensuring that even on rainy days visitors can enjoy cherry picking. Customers can enjoy picking in a cozy, friendly atmosphere while they are shown which trees are ripe for picking.
  • Saeki Farm
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Hokkaido Abuta-gun Toyako Cho Toyamachi 417
    A farm located 20 minutes from the Abuta-Toyako Interchange on the Do-O Expressway (Hokkaido Expressway). Visitors to the farm can enjoy picking and gathering a variety of seasonal fruits and vegetables here, including cherries in July, strawberries, and cherry tomatoes. The farm's Zeitaku tomatoes, appearing from summer through fall, are notable for their higher sugar content in comparison with regular tomatoes. In addition to this sweetness, they fully retain the innate tomato acidity and flavor. Farm visitors can enjoy time unlimited, all-you-can-eat picking, but the farm also sells farm-fresh produce and offers a delivery service for purchases. A not insignificant number of people visit the farm's market practically weekly seeking the kind of fresh, flavorful produce you can only get straight from the source.
  • Tsuiki Farm
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Hokkaido Kameda-gun Nanaecho Narukawa 4-297
    This fruit farm spreads out at the foot of Mt. Yokotsu, where the temperature differential is large and the environment perfect for fruit. They offer fruit like strawberries, cherries, plums and blueberries grown with low agricultural chemicals and no artificial fertilizers. This farm stands out for its huge variety, which they adopted with the idea that customers could come at any time and find a surprise waiting to be picked. Strawberry picking starts from late June, cherries are in July, and apples start in September. Unusually for fruit picking farms, they don't require reservations. Their environmentally-friendly low-chemical use means they are certified Eco Farmers.
  • Dococa Farm
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Hokkaido Sorachi-gun Nakafurano Cho Higashi 9-sen Kita 13-go
    This ranch is in the Furano area, which is famous for lavender fields and as the setting for the TV series Kita no Kuni Kara (From the North Country). The farm has a shop selling its own berries and jams, offers guest lodging, and has a cafe. It's a great place to stay for a while and enjoy farm life in some gorgeous rural landscape.
  • Sinohara Fruit Farm
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Hokkaido Sapporo-shi Minami-ku Toyotaki 44
    This fruit orchard offers a view of dignified Mt. Kamui and Mt. Hakkenzan, a popular climbing spot, for a sight that doesn't feel like Sapporo at all. It lets you pick cherries, plumbs, blueberries, apples and other fruit in the embrace of nature just about a 40-minute drive from the city center. Their wide variety of fruit means you can find something to pick any day during the open season. Usually, no reservations are necessary, so you can stop by when you want. They also lend out the baskets, knives, and clippers you need for free.
  • Ilum Hill Fujitani Apple Orchard
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Hokkaido Fukagawa-shi Otoecho Otoe 618
    An apple orchard sprawling on lush Ilum Hill. On grounds which visitors may freely explore, the farm primarily cultivates some 3,000 apple trees spanning 18 varieties. As the farm's Miki Life, Sansa, Tsugaru, Red Gold, and other apple varieties ripen at different times, visitors can enjoy fruit picking across a relatively long span. The farm also holds farming activities to further understanding of agriculture among the children who will be society's future leaders, as well as farm activity watching and socializing events so that as many consumers as possible can learn about the workings of the farm.
  • Yokoyama Fruit Farm
    8 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Hokkaido Abashiri-shi Nakazono 358-6
    A fruit farm located in Abashiri, Hokkaido. Here visitors can enjoy picking a variety of seasonal fruits from late June to late October, including strawberries, cherries, haskap, blueberries, plums, apples, and Japanese pears. In particular, the farm grows an abundant variety of cherries; strawberries; and haskap, a local Hokkaido specialty product, and when these fruits are in season in July, the place bustles with visitors. After paying an entrance fee, visitors can enjoy all-you-can-eat fruit on the grounds. The entry fee and fee for taking home fruits differs by fruit; in addition, the periods in which any given fruit can be picked may vary depending on factors such as the weather, so be sure to check in advance.

    We came in on 4July and the strawberries are all almost gone. They have a few rows of cherries not many left too. We came too late for these 2 types of fruits and TOP early for blueberries. The...

  • Abashiri Kanko Fruit Farm
    4 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Hokkaido Abashiri-shi Tentozan 223
    This tourist fruit farm, the northernmost in Japan, is located a 10-minute drive from JR Abashiri Station. The farm grows around 10 different types of fruits, including cherries, plums, and Japanese pears, and from early July to early November, customers can enjoy all-you-can-eat seasonal fruit picking for 30 minutes. The homemade jams the farm sells are popular souvenirs. A large number of animals also live on the farm's grounds, and visitors can catch sight of wild animals such as hazel grouse, a species native to Hokkaido.


  • Fruit Farmhouse Hamada Orchard
    5 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Hokkaido Usu-gun Sobetsucho Takinomachi 358
    This fruit farm has been in business for over 130 years. During the harvest season from June to late November, customers can enjoy picking a wide variety of fruits, including strawberries, cherries, plums, apples, and grapes. Anzu no Ki, a jam shop owned and operated by the farm, also stands on the grounds, and here you can purchase a diverse array of jams made with fresh-picked fruits, as well as baked goods made with the farm's own produce, including apple pies and walnut pound cakes. In addition to being able to find an abundance of souvenirs here, there's a jingisukan barbecue house on the grounds where you can enjoy hearty jingisukan served with a special dipping sauce after going fruit picking.


  • Tourist Farm Toge-no-fumoto Kokaen Orchards
    1 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Hokkaido Yoichi-gun Nikicho Oe 3-118
    "This orchard is in Niki Town, thriving as a fruit growing area. It is known for being a place where you can pick 40 kinds of cherry and ten kinds of berry at the same time. Great points of the farm are that there is no time limit, the fruit is grown in the open, and pesticide is used minimally. Certified as an ""Eco-Farmer"", meaning farmers who are engaged in environmentally friendly agriculture, families can pick fruit with peace of mind. The view from the top of the hill overlooking the natural landscape is breathtaking. The farm is busy with many visitors picking fruit in the season from the end of June to the end of July."

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  • Kanko Noen Onoen
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Hokkaido Yoichi-gun Nikicho Higashimachi 8-5
    A tourist farm located a five-minute drive from JR Niki Station. Visitors can go fruit picking, and the farm grows some 1,500 fruit trees, including strawberry varieties such as the large-sized Kentaro and new Kita no Sachi, Gassan Nishiki cherries, and rarer varieties. The farm also offers grape and apple picking in the fall. Pets are allowed on the grounds as long as they are leashed and can even be taken into the fruit fields. Other highlights include an all-weather grape trellis grown in a greenhouse, and a jingisukan barbecue corner which can seat up to 200 whose salty-sweet dipping sauce, made with prunes, is particularly popular.
  • Cherry Hunt Inn and Broiler Garden Okubo
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Hokkaido Yoichi-gun Nikicho Kitamachi 10-37
    "This tourist farm is 18,000 square meters in size and produces a variety of cherry such as ""Sato Nishiki"", ""Beni Shuho"", ""Nanyo"" and ""Suimon"", as well as prune varieties such as ""Sun Prune"", and ""Purple Eye"". Special attention is paid to using organic fertilizer and tree pruning. The farm actively collaborates with local elementary and junior high schools to convey the wonder of orchards and agriculture to the younger generation. At the charcoal grill restaurant on site visitors can enjoy charcoal grilled chicken and local wines and whisky. The indoor barbecue is also popular."
  • Nakai Tourist Orchard
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Hokkaido Yoichi-gun Yoichicho Noboricho 1383
    This tourist orchard overlooks the Sea of Japan and the township of Yoichi City. The farm prides itself on its ripe fruit grown using organic fertilizer, paying particular attention to fruits such as cherries, apples and grapes. All-you-can-eat fruit picking experiences for an unlimited time is available. Enjoy freshly picked juicy sweet fruit to your heart's content. The apple wine made from Bramley seedlings originally from the UK is popular. The apples cultivated on the farm are naturally brewed and bottled unfiltered making a refined, aromatic, moderately sour wine.
  • Mikinohotori
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Hokkaido Yoichigunyoichichou Noborichou 1706-1
  • Berry Berry Farm Ueda
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Hokkaido Yoichigunnikichou Higashimachi 13-chome 49

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Not just a prefecture but an island of its own, Hokkaido is the most northerly prefecture and island of the Japanese archipelago. Arriving in Hokkaido, which is rural and bursting with breathtaking nature, means entering a world where vast national parks, towering mountains, and natural hot springs can be found at every turn. Come December, these natural splendors freeze over and morph into a winter wonderland.

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