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Ohashi Cherry Farm大橋さくらんぼ園


9 Reviews

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.


Hokkaido Ashibetsu-shi Kamiashibetsucho 469 (Ishikari / Sorachi / ChitoseArea)

phone 0124230654

9:00-17:00(Last entry16:00)

Review of Ohashi Cherry Farm

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2018/08/31 Enjoyable 1st Cherry Picking Experience
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...
Reviewed:2018/07/10 Great fun
We were the first visitors for the season and had a great time picking and eating as many cherries as you liked. There were only 2 varieties at the time of the year but they were lovely. Great couple...
Reviewed:2018/06/26 Good Experience
We have not done cherry picking before and the experience was definitely great. Love it. The experience of climbing the ladder, looking for big cherries on the branches and eating directly upon...

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Hokkaido Ashibetsu-shi Kamiashibetsucho 469 [ map ]
Ishikari / Sorachi / ChitoseArea
9:00-17:00(Last entry16:00)
Taste hunting Open throughout the season
[General Field] Adults1,500yen, Elementary School Students1,000yen
Parking Lot
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