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Orchard Spots in Wakayama Area

  • Kinokuni Farm
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    5.0
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    Wakayama Pref. Goboushi Nadachou Ueno 1335-4
    You can enjoy strawberry and melon picking at this tourist farm, located in Nada Town of Gobo City, Wakayama Prefecture. Strawberry picking is available from January through mid-May, and melon picking is from early July through mid-August. Strawberry picking is limited to 40 minutes, and you can eat your fill of Sachinoka, Akihime, and Marihime strawberries. Since they’re contained in elevated cultivation containers, you can stand and eat them without worrying about dirtying your clothes. You can also choose between all-you-can-eat and takeout courses.

    休日の昼間に訪問。ネットで予約しました。 一人1800円で時間無制限食べ放題! 時季は8月中旬までです。 事務所でお金を払い、隣接する建物で座って待っていると、写真の様なメロンを冷えた状態で持ってきてくださいます。 「お代わりは遠慮なく言いに来てください」と言われ食べ始めました。 幸せな時間です。 お代わりも事務所へ行くと笑顔で提供してくれます。 事務所ではお土産用や進物用のメロンも有ります。 来...

  • Kunigi Farm
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Wakayama Pref. Hashimotoshi Shimizu 1342
    This farm is located a 15-minute drive from the Hashimoto Interchange on the Keinawa Expressway. It sells four kinds of seasonal fruit grown onsite, including pears, mandarin oranges, persimmons, and kiwis. A special attraction, which makes the orchard a popular stop for groups of hikers or families, is that visitors can pay to pick and eat as much fruit as they want. An especially popular option is a plan that offers all-you-can-eat mandarin oranges and persimmons. Kiwis cannot be eaten immediately after picking, so only picking is allowed (limited to ten kiwis per person).
  • Kinokawa Fruits Tourism Bureau
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    Wakayama Pref. Kinokawashi Kishigawachoukoudo 238
    A strawberry farm located in Kishigawa City which produces the greatest amount of strawberries in the prefecture. The farm is located a 15-minute walk along Prefectural Route 10 travelling from Kishi Station on the Wakayama Electric Railway. One of the highlights of the farm is its huge, 3,000 square meter greenhouse. Customers can pick and enjoy all-you-can-eat strawberries for an unlimited amount of time. The farm’s strawberry varieties including Beni Hoppe, Sachinoka, and Marihime, a local Wakayama specialty variety. The farm offers free toppings like sweet condensed milk, ensuring customers can enjoy seasonal strawberries however they like. With an advance reservation, customers can also enjoy activities like making strawberry jam or barbecuing at the farm’s barbecue ground.
  • Arita Kyoho Grape Village Morien
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    Wakayama Arida-gun Aridagawacho Kawaguchi 1054-24
    This tourist farm complex is located in Kawaguchi, Aridagawa Town, Arida County. The complex is dotted with more than 20 grape orchards where visitors can pick and buy grapes starting around early August. Each orchard operates for a different period and grows different varieties of grapes. Some of them also offer Japanese pear and persimmon picking. The farms also hold joint events on the Sundays before and after August 20th each year.
  • Fruit Picking in Katsuragi Town
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    Wakayama Ito-gun Katsuragicho
    Katsuragi is a town located in a hilly part of northern Wakayama Prefecture through which the Kinokawa River flows. The town is notable for the high density of orchards that offer fruit picking over its entire area. The farms grow a wide variety of fruits including persimmons, peaches, strawberries, plums, and jabara citrus, ensuring that visitors can enjoy some form of fruit picking all year long. The town's orchards are also notable for their great-tasting organically-grown fruit. One particularly well-known specialty of the town is its Shigo no Kushikaki skewered persimmons, which have a history dating back more than 400 years. The town has launched a major initiative to sell fruit grown in the town under the Katsuragi brand.
  • Ichigoland Kapuri
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    Wakayama Ito-gun Kudoyamacho Jisonin 1160
    This tourist farm is located on Prefectural Route 13, which runs along the Kinokawa River that flows through the foothills of Mt. Koya. The farm grows two varieties of strawberry: Benihoppe and Oi-C-Berry. It offers strawberry picking during the strawberry season, which runs from early January to early May. The farm is notable for using a cultivation techniques that utilizes ladybugs and mites, which are the natural enemies of strawberry pests. This low-agrochemical cultivation method allows the farm to provide strawberries that are safer and of higher quality. In addition to strawberries, the farm also grows peaches, blueberries, and other fruits. It also sells jam, making it a great place to stop for souvenirs even outside of the strawberry picking season.
  • IchigoNoen Sakura Farm
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    5.0
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    Wakayama Kinokawa Kishigawacho Nishiyama 1444
    This tourist strawberry farm is located about a 10-minute walk from Kanroji-Mae Station on the Wakayama Electric Railway Kishigawa Line. The farm utilizes rotating elevated planters to assure that their strawberries remain clean and free of dirt. These planters can be rotated into a position low enough to allow even small children to enjoy picking strawberries. The wheelchair-accessible farm grows three varieties of strawberry: Sachinoka, Benihoppe, and Marihime. Strawberry picking is offered by reservation from early January to mid-May. Guests can enjoy eating all the strawberries they can pick for 45 minutes and even make their own original strawberry parfait.

    From March to May, this place is suitable for harvesting a lot of fruit. I spent about 45 minutes here, not far from the train station. You can walk or use the bike to see the scenery along the way...

  • Kinan Tourist Vineyard
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    Wakayama Tanabe-shi Inaricho
    This vineyard is located a six-minute drive from the Nanki Tanabe Interchange on the Hanwa Expressway via National Route 42 and Prefectural Route 29. Located next to Domeki Park, it is the oldest tourist-oriented vineyard in the prefecture. The summers are cool with a large difference in temperature between daytime and nighttime, making this an ideal environment for growing grapes. The owners do everything they can to grow high quality, sweeter grapes. Visitors can enter the vineyard free of charge and buy as many grapes as they want. They may not eat any grapes inside the vineyard, but after paying, they can go to the rest area and eat the grapes they have purchased along with any food they have brought in. It is recommended that visitors put freshly picked grapes in ice water before eating them.

    お盆ごろいつも買いに行きます。 いつも自宅用は少し難ありで安いのを買い、進物用は少し高いですが大きな房でぎっしり粒がついているのを買います。 こんなところにブドウ園があるなんてびっくりするようなところにあります。

  • Strawberry Farm Mart Kobo
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Wakayama Hidaka-gun Minabecho Oshine 348
  • Berry Garden Auga
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Wakayama Pref. Kinokawashi Kishigawachounagahara 1865
  • Arida Kyohomura
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Wakayama Pref. Aridagunaridagawachou Kawaguchi 1054
  • Hayashi Farm
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Wakayama Arida-gun Aridagawacho Oshima 353
  • Kuriyama Sono
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Wakayama Arida-gun Hirogawacho Iseki 26
  • Yabumotohatashitanoen totoan
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Wakayama Pref. Kinokawashi Momoyamachoumoto 901
  • Ichigo no Sato Yu
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Wakayama Ito-gun Kudoyamacho Kudoyama 433 Near
  • Asai Farm
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Wakayama Arida Hirogawacho Minami Kanaya 512
  • Chiba Fruit Park
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Wakayama Arida Aridagawacho Okahata
  • Gobo Kankomikanen
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Wakayama Pref. Goboushi Fujitachou Yoshida
  • Gobo Tourist Blueberry En
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Wakayama Gobo

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Wakayama prefecture unites pilgrims, food lovers, and culture buffs in a tranquil corner of Japan at the base of the Kii Peninsula. The setting for many a Kumano Kodo pilgrimage trail, Wakayama invites those in search of spirituality from one side of the prefecture to the other, from the 100-plus Buddhist temples of the sacred Mount Koya in the west to the inspiring temples of the Kumano Sanzan set among breathtaking nature in the east. Once the grueling hike is complete, make a beeline for Wakayama city to savor some of the country’s most delicious ramen noodles.

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