Tourist Ranch / Farm Spots in Saitama Area

  • Enomoto Dairyfarm
    Travel / Tourism
    Saitama Pref. Ageoshi Azeyoshi 736-1
    A farm located in Azeyoshi, Ageo City. The farm raises milk cows and a variety of other animals. The farm offers a course which lets visitors experience the life of a farmer, including milking cows and making butter (advance reservation required). The farm also sells gelato made with fresh milk; yogurt made with just milk, lactobacteria, and sugar; and other products. There's also a barbecue ground which allows visitors to bring their own foods for grilling.
  • Chichibu Highland Ranch
    Travel / Tourism
    Saitama Chichibu-gun Higashi-chichibu Mura Sakamoto 2951
  • Sainokuni Fureai Farm
    Travel / Tourism
    Saitama Pref. Chichibugunhigashichichibumura Sakamoto 2949-1 Momo House
    Sainokuni Fureai Farm is a tourist farm located on Prefectural Route 361 in Sakamoto, Higashichichibu Village, Chichibu County. Besides raising dairy cattle and beef cattle, the Farm also has a variety of other animals—including goats, sheep, rabbits etc.—for visitors to interact with in the farmyard and in the pastures; visitors can also enjoy beautiful seasonal flowers, etc. There are displays on animal husbandry, and a range of hands-on experience activities to try. There are also direct sales outlets selling dairy produce and local agricultural produce; light meals etc. are available.
  • Taira Chestnut Park
    Travel / Tourism
    Saitama Pref. Hannoushi Inoue 54-2
    A chestnut orchard situated along the Koma River in Inoue, Hanno City. Here visitors can enjoy chestnut gathering in September, as well as blueberry picking and potato digging when in season. There's also a roofed barbecue ground which can provide everything you need, a pizza garden where you can bake a pizza in a real brick pizza oven, and a restaurant which serves meals made by hand using local ingredients.
  • Arahata Farm
    Travel / Tourism
    Saitama Pref. Kawagoeshi Minamiotsuka 6-12-33
    A farm situated along the Ota Highway in 6-Chome Minamiotsuka, Kawagoe City. Here visitors can dig taro from mid-September to early November. Visitors can dig up and take home Kawagoe taro, a local specialty product, or borrow a pot, steaming basket, or skillet to cook up their taro on the spot (visitors are allowed to bring food and other items from outside to create their meal).
  • Masakadoen
    Travel / Tourism
    Saitama Pref. Chichibushi Arakawahino 584
    A farm open to tourists located in Arakawahino, Chichibu City. From mid-August to mid-October, visitors can pick some 10 varieties of grapes (varieties may vary depending on the time of year), including Chichibu Yama Ruby grapes, a variety unique to Chichibu with an edible skin. The farm also organically grows two varieties of strawberries-Tochiotome and Yayoihime-which visitors can pick from January to late May.
  • Chichibu Fruit Farm
    Travel / Tourism
    Saitama Pref. Chichibushi Shimokagemori 877-1
    A farm where, depending on the season, you can enjoy all-you-can-eat strawberries and grapes, Japanese ishiyaki barbecue, and an all-you-can-eat buffet. The farm offers tasty, highly nutritious agricultural products specially grown organically to be healthy for the plants and soil. The farm has five varieties of strawberries and four varieties of grapes. Chichibu Fruit Farm provides a shuttle service from the nearest station with a reservation for 10 or more people.
  • Fukushinoen Genki Farm
    Travel / Tourism
    Saitama Konosu-shi Shimoya 41
    A tourist and welfare farm that helps employ people with disabilities as part of a Work Continuation Support Type B Employer. They grow both strawberries and blueberries and visitors can enjoy picking the fruits. Strawberries are available from early January to mid-May and varieties including Benihoppe and Akihime strawberries. Blueberries are available from late July to early September and varieties include Highbush and Rabbiteye blueberries. You can also enjoy watching the sunflowers and picking sweet potatoes in the autumn.
  • Yoko Farm
    Travel / Tourism
    Saitama Tokorozawa-shi Shiro 509
    This farm grows over 100 varieties of vegetables alongside blueberries and seeks to deliver produce that is both safe and delicious. The blueberries are grown without pesticides or chemical fertilizers and you can enjoy blueberry picking from late June to early August. They grow a wide variety of types of blueberries including Collins, Berkeley, Blueray, Ozarkblue, Woodard, Homebell, Brightwell, Powder Blue, O'Neal, and Florida Star blueberries.
  • Arai Farm Happy Strawberry Garden
    Travel / Tourism
    Saitama Tokorozawa-shi Shiro 515
    A strawberry picking farm in Tokorozawa City, Saitama. In their three greenhouses they mainly grow the gentle low-acidity Akihime and the more strongly flavored Benihoppe varieties of strawberries. They offer a dedicated area with raised beds and wider passages to allow those in wheelchairs easy access (reservation required). Exact times can change depending on the year but strawberry picking is usually available from late December to early June.
  • Tomita Farm
    Travel / Tourism
    Saitama Chichibu-shi Maita 1676-1
  • Kato Bokujo
    Travel / Tourism
    Saitama Hidaka-shi Asahigaoka 578
  • Hikari Mae Farm
    Travel / Tourism
    Saitama Higashi Matsuyama Oya 382-11
  • Yamada Sono
    Travel / Tourism
    Saitama Kawagoe-shi Nakadai Minami 1-10-8
  • strawberryhouseHOSODA
    Travel / Tourism
    Saitama Saitama-shi Nishi-ku Takagi 1782-1
  • Yamanoshita Ichigo Sono
    Travel / Tourism
    Saitama Kumagaya-shi Shimonda 33-1
  • Ichigo Workshop Hirakata
    Travel / Tourism
    Saitama Koshigaya-shi Hirakata 1685
  • Koshigaya Ichigo Suka Farm
    Travel / Tourism
    Saitama Koshigaya-shi Mashibayashi 3786
  • Yocchan Farm
    Travel / Tourism
    Saitama Chichibu-shi Shimoyoshida 5665
  • Wa-Ku Happiness Farm Saitama Koshigaya
    Travel / Tourism
    Saitama Koshigaya-shi Hirakata Tozaki Mae 920-1

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Eclipsed by neighboring Tokyo, Saitama is often branded as the sleepy suburbs. However, look a little deeper and you'll uncover quaint towns bursting with history and crafts from the kurazukuri Edo-period clay houses of Kawagoe to the ancient tree-enveloped temples of Chichibu.

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