Apple Picking Event

Apple Picking Event(Oct. 11 ~ Nov. 19)
~Let’s enjoy picking apples and trying autumn foods~

We cultivate about 200 apple trees, including Fuji and Sinanosweet and others.
You will pick large ripe apples from our orchard, and can eat them on the spot.
After apple-picking, let’s enjoy having tea and eating fresh apples and other autumn foods, and dango (rice dumplings) in a Japanese-style room. Please enjoy the taste of fresh Japanese autumn foods.
If you are interested, we will be happy to give a tour of the house, where you can see traditional Japanese style. This tour will give you a glimpse of how Japanese lifestyle really is.
Please take time to experience this opportunity.

Period Oct. 11 ~ Nov.19
Price 3000JPY (children 12 years old or younger is free)
Duration 2 hours (13:30~15:30)
Reservation Reservation is required by the morning of that day

  • This event is about two hours, including pick-up and drop-off rides.
  • Bring back an apple with you, which you picked from the orchard. If you are unable to bring the apple back with you, you can select Japanese popular sweets as a souvenir.

<Instructions>

  • We don’t speak English very well but we can enjoy communicating with gestures and app translations and through our activities.
  • If you are late for the meeting time, I can’t pick up and drop off.
  • The duration might differ slightly due to traffic congestion, etc
  • Please bring Japanese Yen for the fee on the day of the tour
  • We will be accepting reservations up to the day before

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We will send mail with details of the exact meeting place if you make a reservation 

 

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Kamizasiki (Japanese-style room)
autumn foods
Japanese green tea, fruits , wagashi (Japanese sweet) and odango (rice dumplings)

 

Autumn in Japan

Japanese autumn is called “the harvest season”. People can savor the freshly harvested rice, and enjoy many kinds of fruits, mushrooms and fish that are rich in healthy oils.

Additionally, in Japan the mid-autumn full moon is regarded as particularly beautiful, and we have developed a custom of gazing at it. Often, people seek out a good spot with a full view of the moon, arrange bundles or bouquets of susuki (Japanese pampas grass), and set out a plate of tsukimi-dango (“moon-viewing rice dumpling”)

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