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Kaminotaishi Kanko Mikan-en上の太子観光みかん園

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A mandarin orange farm located in Kasuga, Taishi Town, Minamikawachi County, Osaka Prefecture. The farm grows 10 thousand mandarin orange trees on the side of a hill, and from October through November, visitors can go mandarin orange picking, dig up sweet potatoes, and enjoy barbecuing and cooking sukiyaki while taking in the area’s spectacular view. There is a rest house halfway up the hill and a square at the top; facilities also include a fun obstacle course, maze, and shop.

place

Osaka Minamikawachi-gun Taishicho Kasuga 443 (Minami-KawachiArea)

phone 0721982552
place

9:30-16:30

Review of Kaminotaishi Kanko Mikan Orchard

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2018/02/16 会社のレクで楽しみました
会社のレクリエーションで、行きました。
以前からちょくちょく行きますが、駐車場も広くなり、上ノ太子駅から送迎バスもあり、便利です。
バーベキューを利用しましたが、お肉もごはんも美味しかったです
ごちそうさまでした
ただ、みかん山まで登るのが高齢の方には辛いかな。
電動カートみたいな乗り物を有料でもいいから新設してほしい。
職場のみんなと、のんびり過ごせました。

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Address
Osaka Minamikawachi-gun Taishicho Kasuga 443 [ map ]
Area
Minami-KawachiArea
Phone
0721982552
Hours
9:30-16:30
Closed
Taste hunting Open throughout the season (Oct.-Nov.)
Fees
[Admission fee] Adults (Junior high school students and older) 1,000yen, Children (Elementary School Students) 900yen, Child (3 years old and over) 700yen
Parking Lot
Available (400spaces, Large Bus Parking Available)
Credit Card
Not available

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