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Tourist Ranch / Farm Spots in Osaka Area

  • World Ranch
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    3.5
    9 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Osaka Minamikawachigunkananchou Shiraki 1456-2
    This theme park in the hills of Kanan-cho is a ten-minute walk from Sakurazaka 1-Chome bus stop on the Kongo Bus. It brings together people, nature and animals in a spacious park with 1,500 animals of 140 different species, with a corner where small children can meet and pet some of them. There is also a dolphin and whale interaction pool with experienced trainers. Besides the animals there are area barbeques that guests are free to use and even cottages where guests can stay the night.

    動物触り放題で、とっても楽しめる牧場です。 触ったあとの、手洗いや、トイレも綺麗でした。 動物も、手入れがよくされています。 建物や、スタッフも清潔感があり、マナーもよく、気持ちよく過ごせます。 食事や買い物も充実しています。 高台にあり、とても眺めもよく爽快感があります。

  • Savor Farm, Tondabayashi City Agricultural Park
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    4.0
    24 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Osaka Tondabayashishi Kannabi 2300
    This public agricultural farm park is in Tondabayashi City and there is a free shuttle bus from Tondabayashi Station that takes about 20 minutes. The park is surrounded by flowers and herbs that change with the season and with so much produce to choose from including grape picking, strawberry picking, and sweet potato digging you can enjoy harvesting as much as you like all year-round. Along with the hilltop strawberry greenhouse, mud land, and the fruit orchards, check out the unique play areas like the adventure fort and field, As well as the rose garden and hands on experience learning hall. After all that, grab a bite to eat at the BBQ house or restaurant or maybe relax on the large field with a bento lunch box. You can also buy local vegetables and fruits from Savor Farm at Niconico Ichiba.

    Thanks to fellow traveller for introducing this farm, we had an enjoyable day trip at the Savor Farm. The farm is about an hour ride from the city and upon reaching Tondabayashi Station, you need to...

  • Izumi Kogawa Strawberry Farm
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    5.0
    4 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Osaka Izumishi Butsunamichou 2043
    This strawberry farm in Izumi City in Osaka is one of the largest strawberry picking farms in the Kansai region. Approximately 46,000 stocks of strawberry plants are grown in five large greenhouses. You can find a wide variety of strawberries grown here including Asuka Ruby, Sagahonoka and Beni Hoppe, and usually, at least two of these varieties are all-you-can-eat. Come with your family and enjoy the great view over Osaka Bay on clear days. Purchase gift boxes of strawberries or jars of ripe strawberry jam, as well as sweets straight from the store, which are limited to the weekends.

    家族で行きました。時間制限がないか、1時間以上のところもありますが、そんなに時間があっても食べ続けられないので、ここは制限時間と利用料金の設定がちょうどよいです。また、積みやすい位置に苺が成っているので、腰に負担も掛からず楽です。なで肩の苺が美味しいと事前に説明を受けたのですが、全くその通りで味が全然違う事を実感してビックリしました。スーパーとかで売ってる苺に、このような形のものは見かけたことがな...

  • Takatsuki Shiitake Mushroom Center
    Travel / Tourism
    Osaka Takatsuki-shi
    A facility where you can pick shiitake mushrooms located inside the Takatsuki Forest Center situated along Prefectural Route 6 in Matodani Tano, Takatsuki City. The facility grows its mushrooms on unprocessed logs without the use of agricultural chemicals or chemical fertilizers, and visitors can enjoy picking shiitake mushrooms here year round without a reservation and without having to pay any entry fee (customers purchase the mushrooms they have picked based on weight). You can also enjoy the mushrooms you have just picked in the adjoining barbecue restaurant.
  • Harvest no Oka
    Travel / Tourism
    Osaka Sakai-shi Minami-ku Hachigamineji 2405-1

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While Osaka prefecture is the country's second smallest prefecture, its capital, Osaka City, is the country’s third-largest and arguably one of the most popular in the Kansai region thanks to its vibrant nightlife, the Osaka people’s openness, and its much-loved cuisine, which has earned it the nickname “the nation’s kitchen."

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