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  • Malcolm_See
    Singapore, Singapore584 contributions
    The park although small, was pretty well organised for a 1-2 hour visit. From the parking lot, there will be a bus pickup through the pineapple fields with useful information on growing pineapples. It was then followed by taking an automated cart through some pineapple field and where they provided more information on growing pineapples. After which, there was a walking path where you can take some photos and a mini dinosaur park.
    The largest area was the pineapple gift shop that sells and also provides sample of pineapple wine and juice, and other various snacks. You can enjoy tax free with minimum spending of around 4k yen. I particularly liked the wasabi hotate that was sold here. Sliced pineapple sold here was pretty sweet too!
    Written March 6, 2020
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  • 2sophia8
    20 contributions
    You can get variety of souvenirs here.
    Many kind of vegetables and fruits are sold here.
    It's far from the station so you should come here by car or taxi.
    Especially soba was low price and tasty!
    Written September 6, 2016
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  • reallyhungryguy
    Gifu Prefecture, Japan46 contributions
    It was a very Hot day and there were not many people there besides us because of the Covid19. we liked the gardens - English style meats Japanese vines but the overall effect was quite nice. The food was extremely overpriced especially when you consider the tiny proportions. The Shaun the Sheep part was very fun for the little ones.
    Written August 14, 2020
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  • peterfuchs2017
    Tokyo, Japan41 contributions
    Keith Haring may be fading from public memory, but we New Yorker's have not forgotten his memorable and daring public street art from the '80s, even if we did not at the time know about the outrageous life style of the Lower Manhattan artists and their friends. (Keith of course was a protegé of Andy Warhol.) There was revolution in the air, and New York catered to many activists in many domains, the visual and musical arts still thriving in its new post-Pop, post-expressionist ways. Keith found his expression in many ways, but is best known for the little dogs and other characters that he stenciled all over the NY subways. I still remember tracking them from stop to stop, including the 86th and Lexington stop.

    So decades later, thanks to the largesse of a determined Japanese corporate collector and benefactor, you can examine the life and times of this sadly short-lived American artist - a one of a kind in many ways, and it is good to know his work has found a well-curated home here in Kobuchizawa. There is much more to say about this remarkable collection, but I will leave it to visitors to make their own discoveries.
    Written July 9, 2018
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  • Jarkko L
    Espoo, Finland187 contributions
    What a great idea to bring Finnish Moomin world to Japan (in the middle of nowhere)! Beautiful location in the forest by the lakeside. Also wonderful things to see when it’s dark (though most of the attractions are closed then) Note: quite long 1,5-2 hours train/bus ride from Tokyo station. Then quite a long walk from parking lot/bus stop to main entrance. Also after main gate, there is a long ”one-way” path to go (you have to return same way)
    Written December 10, 2019
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  • LaSingers
    Hong Kong, null, Hong Kong421 contributions
    Ichishima Brewery is one the most representative Sake Brewery in Shibata area, or even in Niigata. They have only small productions with showing good innovative and passion.

    Family history museum shows Ichishima family history and how it affected the Shibata area. Moreover, the traditional tools and equipment used for its sake productions.
    Written April 25, 2016
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  • LastMinuteLarry
    340 contributions
    What is there to say............a functioning port with regular ferries. There are also some small outlets for shopping were small gifts and some basic items can be purchased. There are also a few small eateries providing simple fast food meals of rice, noodles, fish etc. The ferry service we used was on time, efficient and really easy - well done Isewan!
    Written November 13, 2013
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  • AndraYo
    Tokyo, Japan1,335 contributions
    Pick Yourself and Eat Fresh Fruits!

    July-August 2 Kinds of White Peaches
    End of August-Mid Sept.: NECTARINES
    Aug-Oct.: Seedless Grapes: Delaware, KYOHO, Pione, Shine Muscat
    Sept-Oct.: other Grapes: Rozario, Berry A, KAIJI, KOSHU,

    There is a choice of All-You -Can -Eat Already Picked Peaches or Pick Yourself. We rode in their truck about 4-5 minutes to the area to pick peaches. She gave us instructions on how to pick the ripest ones. She positioned an agricultural ladder for us and explained that the silver ground sheets were to reflect sunshine to develop the best color and taste. Sun-Ripened and sweet-YUM!

    There is a shop you can buy peaches (We like the slightly damaged ones-finally enough peaches for a pie!)

    Or order to have them delivered to your home. I ordered about 5 kilos of Nectarines-Extra Large Perfect (5000 yen) and very juicy, with delivery service (around 1000yen).
    Written September 7, 2016
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  • Arabo B
    Misawa, Japan2 contributions
    They were so helpful in making some engravings for us including translating names. High quality, super friendly, and some of the coolest souvenirs!
    Written September 23, 2022
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  • Roy T
    Honolulu, Hawaii53 contributions
    My wife and I booked a kimono photshot here and it was a totally great experience culminating in asome beautiful photos of the two of us as a Japan visit keepsake. Our photographer Sayaka was highly professional in positioning us a variety of poses and accessories (katana, fan, umbrella). She is very friendly and made us feel totally comfortable. She gives you the option of group shots as well as individual shots.. There are a variety of package photoshoots available. We chose the one hard copy photo with 5 digital copies sent to your e-mail which I received before I even left Japan aand add-on of having my wife's hair and makeup done. Sayaka uploads all of the photos and we all reviewed the photos to delete photos until we got down to the one we wanted to pint and the ones to be sent digitally. Hard choice as all the photos were great, Beautiful kinonos and poses andeit difficult to choose, If you want a different Japan experience highly recommend this place and Sayaka to do a kimono photoshoot. Very near the Namba train station makes it easy to get to. Highly recommend. for single, couple or family.
    Written March 19, 2020
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  • Ruckele
    1 contribution
    I learned basics in sword action. It was a great experience, well-explained instructions. The atmosphere of the shop has a nice touch to it, it feels very ninja-spirited.
    Written December 25, 2021
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  • Willi Saerang
    2 contributions
    Best samurai experience in town. A lot of weapon to choose for your photo session from swords, spears, to guns and bow. The staffs are so friendly, knowledgeable, and very helpful. Most lively photo session ive ever had.

    Editting doesnt take long at all, you get the result as soon as you finish changing. The end result is astonishing!

    Definitely recommend this experience especially if youre also interested in samurai culture and history.
    Written February 29, 2020
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