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6 Strawberry Picking Farms around Tokyo

In Japan, strawberry picking is a popular activity around Tokyo. During the spring travel to a local farm for all-you-can eat strawberries. This popular day trip is great for anyone traveling in Tokyo.

Strawberry Picking Farms in Tokyo

Strawberry Picking Farms in Tokyo

 

Niikura Noen

Niikura Noen is a great place to pick strawberries because there are no pesticides or chemicals used. The strawberries picked right off of the plant can be safely eaten. Niikura Noen is not all-you-can-eat within a certain amount of time, they sell the strawberries by weight, 100 g (3.55 oz) for 324 yen. Since the berries are grown without pesticides, they are naturally sweet. Must make reservations to enjoy strawberry picking at Niikura Noen.
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Niikura Noen

Address: 1179 Ochikawa, Tama City, Tokyo

Access: 10 minutes by bus from Seiseki-sakuragaoka Station

Hours: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM (Depends on the day)

Admission Fee: 300 yen/ 100 g (3.55 oz)

Phone: 080-1173-1346

Website: Niikura Noen (Japanese)

 

Herb & Delicious Cram School Restaurant

Herb & Delicious Cram School Restaurant is located out in Itabashi, boasting its strange name. The restaurant offers a wide range of activities for its patrons such as a vegetable garden as well as a rock wall for climbing and many child friendly events. The biggest draw and the reason it is on our list is the strawberry hunting activity. You will be given a large cup and tasked with gathering strawberries from their small garden. The shop doesn’t offer all you can eat, but it does allow you to pick a pretty good amount of strawberries for the price.
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Herb & Delicious Cram School Restaurant

Address: 2-12-12 Nishi-dai, Itabashi-ku, Tokyo

Access: 15 minute walk from Nishi-Dai Station

Hours: 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Admission Fee: 1100 yen/ 300 g in a large cup

Phone: 03-3932-2230

Website: Herb & Delicious Cram School Restaurant (Japanese)

 

Strawberry Picking Farms in Kanagawa

Strawberry Picking Farms in Kanagawa

 

Strawberry House

Guests at Strawberry House in Kanagawa can enjoy all-you-can eat strawberry picking for 30 minutes. Depending on the season, Strawberry House is covered with flowers and there is a children’s play area. For 30 minutes the admission fee is a little different depending on the month. The strawberries are very, juicy, and very plump. This is a great activity for families. Strawberry House is only opened on the weekends and national holidays.
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Strawberry House

Address: 1120 Nakagouchi, Ebina City, Kanagawa Prefecture

Access: Take bus from Ebina Station and 7 minute walk from Kamikouchi Bus Stop

Hours: 10:00 AM – Until strawberries are gone

Admission Fee:
– January to March
1,700 yen (Adult)
1,200 yen (Child)

– April to May 5th
1,200 yen (Adult)
1,000 yen (Child)

– May 5th to the end of season
1,000 yen (Adult)
800 yen (Child)

Phone: 046-238-2750

Website: Strawberry House (Japanese)

 

Hoyano Ichigo-en

At Hoyano Ichigo-en in Kanagawa, you can enjoy strawberry picking from January to May. The strawberries at Hoyano Ichigo-en are all-you-can eat for 30 minutes, the admission fee changes based on the month. There are two types of strawberries at Hoyano Ichigo-en, Akihime and Beni Hoppe. Both of these strawberries are very red and juicy.
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Hoyano Ichigo-en

Address: 614 Shimojima, Hiratsuka City, Kanagawa Prefecture

Access: Take bus from Hiratsuka Station and 3 minute walk from Shimojima Bus Stop

Hours: 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Admission Fee:
– January 2nd to January 6th
1,800 yen (Adult)
1,100 yen (Child)

– January 7th to February 29th
1,700 yen (Adult)
1,000 yen (Child)

– March 1st to early April
1,600 yen (Adult)
1,000 yen (Child)

– Early April to the end of the season
1,300 yen (Adult)
800 yen (Child)

Phone: 080-1170-3087

Website: Hoyano Ichigo-en (Japanese)

 

Strawberry Picking Farms in Chiba

Strawberry Picking Farms in Chiba

 

Futtsu Aqua Farm

Futtsu Aqua Farm is the largest strawberry picking farm in Chiba, its big enough to accommodate strollers so no need to worry about the little ones. Futtsu Aqua Farm is open from January to May and admission depends on the month. During the summer, you can pick strawberries and blueberries at Futtsu Aqua Farm. You can enjoy all-you-can eat strawberries for 30 minutes.
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Futtsu Aqua Farm

Address: 449 Tsuruoka, Futtsu City, Chiba Prefecture

Access: 5 minutes by taxi from Sanukimachi Station

Hours: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Admission Fee:
– January to April 5th
1,700 yen (Adult)
1,500 yen (Child)

– April 6th to May 7th
1,300 yen (Adult)
1,100 yen (Child)

– May 8th to the end of season
1,000 yen (Adult)
800 yen (Child)

Phone: 0439-66-1540

Website: Futtsu Aqua Farm (Japanese)

 

Megumi Land

Megumi Land is a spacious strawberry picking farm in Chiba. Enjoy all-you-can eat strawberries for 30 minutes, prices vary based on the month and age. The strawberries are very flavorful and fragrant. This is a great spot for families. Megumi Land is open from January to May, depending on the day the farm could close early if all of the strawberries are gone. You can purchase strawberry jam and other strawberry products.
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Megumi Land

Address: 2031 Yana, Kisarazu City, Chiba Prefecture

Access: Take a bus from Kisarazu Station and 8 minute walk from Kouminkan-mae Bus Stop

Hours: 10:00 AM

Admission Fee:
– January 3rd to January 31st
1,800 yen (Adult)
1,100 yen (Child)

– February 1st to April 9th
1,700 yen (Adult)
1,000 yen (Child)

– April 10th to May 7th
1,600 yen (Adult)
1,000 yen (Child)

– May 8th to the end of the season
1,300 yen (Adult)
800 yen (Child)

Phone: 0438-23-8884

Website: Megumi Land (Japanese)

 

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