Enjoy Japan like a Japanese
Japanese tourism attracts international and domestic travelers. For domestic travelers, Japanese know how to enjoy the best of their own country. One of the highlights of their activities is seasonal fruit picking.
Japanese fruits are some of the best in the world. Intensely flavorful beyond the sweetness. Within the country, you can visit the fruit farms, pay a reasonable entrance fee, and for 30+ minutes pick and eat all the fruit to your heart’s content.
Fruit Picking Seasons and Schedule
Here is your guide to picking your favorite Japanese fruits in Japan:
December to May, Strawberries
May to July, Cherries
June to early August, Melons
Late June to early September, Peaches
July to August, Blueberries
July to October, Grapes
September to October, Pears
Late September to mid-December, Apples
October to January, Mikans (Oranges)
Prices range from 800 to 3000 yen, depending on the fruit. The farm allows you to pick the fruits for 30 to 60 minutes, while some charge per weight.
Where to go Strawberry Picking in Japan
~Nirayama Strawberry Picking~
~Ema Strawberry Picking~
~Izunagaoka Strawberry Picking~
~Ichigo Land Nakanishi~
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