Now Reports

Fukuoka Strawberry Picking Guide 2022

Strawberry picking is a popular activity in Japan between December and May and Fukuoka is famous for its big, sweet strawberries. Now’s the time to go a-picking! Some farms offer more than one kind to pick and enjoy. Go with friends or family – the more, the berrier! If you have an appetite for strawberries, check our online guide for tips, locations, photos and a map to get you started on your berry good winter adventures! This year, measures are being taken at each farm, such as limiting the number of people and wearing vinyl gloves, to prevent the spread COVID-19. Also, remember to make a reservation and reconfirm opening times before heading out!

Fukuoka City, Fukuoka (2)
Itoshima City, Fukuoka (3)
Chikushino City, Fukuoka (1)
Kurume City, Fukuoka (3)
Koga City, Fukuoka (1)
Munakata City, Fukuoka (1)
Ogori City, Fukuoka (1)
Chikuzen-machi, Asakura-gun, Fukuoka (1)
Ukiha City, Fukuoka (3)
Hirokawa-machi, Yame-gun, Fukuoka (1)
Yame City, Fukuoka (2)

Strawberry Picking Tips

• Go early! The fruit is at its freshest first thing in the morning, and nicely chilled from the cool overnight temperatures. Plus – the earlier you go, the more strawberries will be available for you to pick!
• To avoid disappointment, call ahead on the day to make sure there are berries left and check that there’s space for your group.
• Wear comfortable shoes and clothes – something that you can move in and that you don’t mind getting a little dirty.
• The temperature can get rather warm inside the greenhouses on a sunny day, so make sure to wear outer layers of clothing you can shed if it gets hot.
• Although it’s really tempting to pick the biggest strawberries you can find, don’t neglect to try the small, red berries too – they’re usually very sweet and tasty.
• Before eating a strawberry be sure to remove the calyx (green top)!

Fukuoka City, Fukuoka

Akasya Ichigo Farm (あかしゃのいちご畑)

Akasya has their own brand of large strawberries, developed on the farm, called the Kiyoka. These strawberries are incredibly sweet and are used by a number of high-end restaurants in Tokyo for desserts. The Amaka variety is a new addition to the farm. This year, in order to prevent coronavirus infection, they have adopted a system where the number of visitors is limited to each time slot. If you are looking for large strawberries, the first slot from 10:00 is recommended.

• Season: late-Feb 2022 ~ May 2022
• Open: 10:00~13:00 (Sat., Sun. & Hol. only)
• Closed: Mon. ~ Fri.
• Reservations: Reservation required by phone or web by the day before
• Varieties: Kiyoka, Amaka
• Entry fee:
10:00~10:45: over JHS ¥2,500, ES ¥2,000, over 2 y.o. ¥1,000
11:00~11:45: over JHS ¥2,300, ES ¥2,000, over 2 y.o. ¥1,000
12:00~12:45: over JHS ¥2,100, ES ¥2,000, over 2 y.o. ¥1,000
• Included in the entry fee: 45 min. pick and eat
• Takeaway: ¥250/100g
810 Imazu, Nishi-ku, Fukuoka
090-7445-6031
https://akasya-ichigo.com/

Ike Strawberry Farm (池いちご園)

The Kaorino is a variety of strawberries which weighs a whopping 80g per fruit. Their sweetness is rated as 16~19 degree Brix (measurement of sugar content), which is very sweet! With the newly expanded strawberry house, even visitors wearing high-heels will be comfortable as the grounds are covered in concrete. By reservation only this year.

• Season: 12/4/2021 (Sat.) ~ June. 2022 (approx.)
• Open: 9:00~ (until strawberries are all picked)
• Closed: Mon. to Fri.
• Reservations: Required by web
• Varieties: Kaorino
• Entry fee:
9:00~: over JHS ¥2,800, ES ¥2,000, 4~6 y.o. ¥1,500, 3 y.o. ¥800
10:30~: over JHS ¥2,600, ES ¥1,800, 4~6 y.o. ¥1,200, 3 y.o. ¥500
12:00~: over JHS ¥2,400, ES ¥1,600, 4~6 y.o. ¥1,000, 3 y.o. ¥500
13:30~: over JHS ¥2,200, ES ¥1,600, 4~6 y.o. ¥1,000, 3 y.o. ¥500
15:00~: over JHS ¥2,000, ES ¥1,500, 4~6 y.o. ¥1,000, 3 y.o. ¥500
• Included in the entry fee: 60 min. pick and eat
• Takeaway: ¥280~¥320/100g
2032 Imazu, Nishi-ku, Fukuoka
092-806-3995
http://www.ike-ichigoen.com/
https://www.instagram.com/ike_strawberry_farm/

Itoshima City, Fukuoka

itoBEE Farm (itoBEEファーム)

A rice farmer in Itoshima known for growing rice without pesticides or fertilizers opened a new strawberry-picking farm in January. The strawberry beds are raised off the ground for easy access, and the floor is paved so you won’t soil your shoes—several varieties of berries on offer.

itobee farm / itoBEEファームのいちご狩りPhoto by Fukuoka Now

ito bee farm / itoBEEファームのいちご狩りPhoto by Fukuoka Now

• Season: 1/8/2022 (Sat.) ~ early May 2022
• Open: 9:00, 10:00, 11:00, 12:00
• Closed: Mon.,~ Fri.
• Reservations: Required (phone or web)
• Varieties: Amaou, Benihoppe
• Entry fee: over ES ¥2,000, over 3 y.o. ¥1,500
• Included in the entry fee: 40 min. pick and eat
• Takeaway: ¥250/100g (in Mar.) *depends on the season
318 Iwamoto, Itoshima City, Fukuoka
090-1929-8921
https://s.jalan.net/33nsoXD

Isomoto Farm (磯本農園)

Hirohide Isomoto began berry farming seven years ago and has offered pick-and-eat for the last four seasons. After picking you can relax inside a cute hut and snack on chiffon cake with fresh creme, and of course, the berries you picked. For more strawberry desserts and drinks, stop by their full-service cafe, Ichigo Cafe Tannal, located less than five minutes away by car.

• Season: 1/2/2022 (Sun.) ~ 5/8/2022 (Sun.)
• Open: 10:00~14:00 (last entry 13:00)
• Closed: Tue. (except 5/3)
• Reservations: Required by phone or web (until 14:00 of the previous day if Sat. Sun. or hol.)
• Varieties: Amaou
• Entry fee:
Jan. ~ Mar. : Adult ¥2,100, ES ¥1,800, 3 y.o. and over ¥1,200
Apr. ~ May : Adult ¥1,400, ES ¥1,100, 3 y.o. and over ¥600
• Included in the entry fee: 45 min. pick and eat
• Takeaway: Jan. ~ Mar. ¥250/100g , Apr. ~ May ¥150/100g
353-1 Shima-yoshida, Itoshima City, Fukuoka
092-327-1646
http://isomoto-nouen.com/
https://www.instagram.com/isomotofarm/

Sakura Farm (さくらファーム)

This farm prides itself on raising strawberries with organic fertilizers developed by Kyushu University. A Swedish staff member joined the team this year, so English is also available. If you arrive around 10:00 a.m., you will be presented with mushrooms grown on their farm. (Shiitake mushrooms, fresh kikurage, etc.)

• Season: 12/11/2021 (Sat.) ~ end of Apr. 2022 (approx.)
• Open: 10:00~15:00
• Closed: Irregular
• Reservations: Required by phone or web or Instagram DM
• Varieties: Amaou and Sagahonoka
• Entry fee: Adult ¥2,000, ES ¥1,500, 3 y.o. and over ¥800
• Included in the entry fee: 45 min. pick and eat
• Takeaway: ¥300/100g
5966-3 Shima-sakurai, Itoshima City, Fukuoka
092-327-3272 (9:00~17:00)
https://www.instagram.com/sakurafarm3/

Chikushino City, Fukuoka

Chikushino Strawberry Fields (ストロベリーフィールズ筑紫野いちご農園)

This tourist farm is located about 5 min. by taxi from Nishitetsu Chikushi Sta. and JR Harada Sta. 23 greenhouses are used to grow 6 kinds of strawberries, including white strawberries. Available for both wheelchairs and children’s strollers are available. The farm also has a shop selling various sweets and cakes made with their very own strawberries as well as a rest area.

• Season: 11/20/2021 (Sat.) ~ 5/29/2022 (Sun.)
• Open: 9:00~17:00
• Closed: Mon. (open if hol., and closed the next day)
• Reservations: Required (phone or web)
• Varieties: Kaorino, Sagahonoka, Benihoppe, Koiminori, Awayuki, Pearl White
• Entry fee:
11/20 ~ 4/10 : Adult ¥2,200, ES ¥1,500, 3~6 y.o. ¥1,300
4/11 ~ 5/8 : Adult ¥2,100, ES ¥1,400, 3~6 y.o. ¥1,200
4/11 ~ 5/8 : Adult ¥1,300, ES ¥800, 3~6 y.o. ¥600
• Included in the entry fee: 40 min. pick and eat
• Takeaway: Dec. ~ Feb. ¥200~240/100g, Mar. ~ Jun. ¥140~200/200g (For takeaway only, entry fee ¥600 applies)
1278 Chikushi, Chikushino City, Fukuoka
092-400-3239 / 090-4516-1484 (9:00〜16:00)
http://1515.itigo.jp/

Kurume City, Fukuoka

Ichigo Kirari

This is a strawberry farm that opened in 2017, where you can enjoy picking up to eight kinds of strawberries, including the rare white strawberry “Awayuki” and the new variety “Yotsuboshi”. It is located in an area where fruit cultivation is flourishing due to the fertile land nurtured by the Chikugo River, the largest river in Kyushu, and the Mino Mountain Range. The pathways in the garden are wide, and visitors with strollers and wheelchairs are welcome.

• Season: 12/11/2021 (Sat.) ~ mid-May 2022 (approx.)
• Open: 10:00~16:00 (reception until 15:00)
• Closed: Mon., Tue., Fri.
• Reservations: Required (phone or web)
• Varieties: Amaou, Kaorino, Koiminori, Sachinoka, Sagahonoka, Benihoppe, Yotsuboshi, Awayuki (white strawberry *limited number)
• Entry fee:
12/11~4/10: Adult ¥2,100, ES ¥1,600, over 3 y.o. ¥1,200
4/11~5/8: Adult ¥1,700, ES ¥1,300, over 3 y.o. ¥1,000
5/9~: Adult ¥1,400, ES ¥1,000, over 3 y.o. ¥800
• Included in the entry fee: 50 mins. pick and eat
• Takeaway: ¥150~¥300/100g (the box fee ¥100, also entrance fee ¥300 is required)
2414 Kitanomachinaka, Kurume City, Fukuoka
080-3379-4115
https://ichigokirari.com/
https://www.instagram.com/ichigokirari/

Uruu Farm (うるう農園)

This is a strawberry farm that opened in 2018. You can enjoy comparing two kinds of strawberries in the spacious 22 greenhouses, 17 dedicated to Amao and 5 to Kaorino. Homemade strawberry daifuku (1 piece ¥ 450) using the whole “Amaou” is also popular.

• Season: 12/25/2021 (Sat.) ~ mid-May 2022 (approx.)
• Open: 9:00~17:00
• Closed: Irregular
• Reservations: Required by phone or web
• Varieties: Amaou, Kaorino
• Entry fee: Dec. ~ end of Mar. : Adult ¥1,800, ES ¥1,400, 3~6 y.o. ¥1,000, free for 2 y.o. and under
• Included in the entry fee: 40 min. pick and eat
• Takeaway: ¥170~/100g
442-2, Tagawa, Mizumacho, Kurume City, Fukuoka
050-3708-1831
https://uluu-noen.com/
https://www.instagram.com/uluu_noen/

Nakano Kajitsuen (中野果実園)

A fruit farm in Kurume City. You can enjoy strawberry picking in winter, grapes in summer, and persimmons in autumn. For strawberry picking, you can enjoy all-you-can-eat Fukuoka brand strawberry “Amaou” grown using organic fertilizer.

• Season: 1/15 (Sat.) 2022 ~ early May 2022 (approx.)
• Open: 10:00~16:00
• Closed: Never
• Reservations: Required (phone or web)
• Varieties: Amaou
• Entry fee:
Jan. : Adult ¥2,500, 9 y.o and under ¥2,200
Feb. : Adult ¥2,200, 9 y.o and under ¥1,700
Mar. ~ May.: Adult ¥1,700, 9 y.o. and under ¥1,200
• Included in the entry fee: 30 min. pick and eat
343 Tanushimaru-machi Ishikaki, Kurume City, Fukuoka
080-8853-1864
http://www.nakanokajitsuen.jp/
https://www.instagram.com/nakanokajitsuen/

Koga City, Fukuoka

Akiyama Gardening (秋山園芸)

This farm specializes in the popular Amaou variety. With elevated cultivation platforms and wide paths it’s comfortable for people of all ages to pick strawberries. Easy wheelchair access too. It is about a 10-minute drive from the Koga IC on the Kyushu Expressway.

• Season: early Dec 2021 ~ mid-May 2022 (approx.)
• Open: 10:00~16:00
• Closed: Never during the season
• Reservations: Required by phone.
• Varieties: Amaou
• Entry fee: Adult ¥2,000, ES ¥1,500 3~6 y.o. ¥1,000
• Included in the entry fee: 60 min. pick and eat
• Takeaway: ¥200/100g
260 Kubo, Koga City, Fukuoka
080-1705-3946
http://www.akiyama-e.com/

Munakata City, Fukuoka

Fukuoka Berry Farm (玄海いちご狩り農園)

Enjoy picking strawberries in Munakata City whether rain or shine in the vinyl greenhouses. Wheelchair and handicap friendly, too. A good place to pick strawberries for large groups! They also sell strawberry seedlings (¥500) as well as strawberry jam (¥800~).

• Season: 12/19/2021 (Sun.) ~ mid-May 2022 (approx)
• Open: 9:30~16:30
• Closed: Fri. (opened if hol.)
• Reservations: required on weekdays by phone, not possible on Sat., Sun., and hol. (accepted on a first-come, first-served basis)
• Varieties: Sachinoka
• Entry fee:
Jan. ~ Mar. : Adult ¥1,900, 2 y.o ~ ES ¥800
Apr. ~ May. : Adult ¥1,300, 2 y.o ~ ES ¥800
• Included in the entry fee: 30 min. pick and eat
• Takeaway: Jan. ~ Mar. ¥220/100g , Apr. ~ May. ¥200/100g (¥300 entry fee applies for takeaway only)
54-1 Tano, Munakata City, Fukuoka
090-4995-1056
http://www.fbfarm.com/
https://twitter.com/Yamaguchi_Farm

Ogori City, Fukuoka

Shiraki no Ichigo Shiawasemon (白木のいちご しあわせもん)

Shiraki no Ichigo has been cultivating the Fukuoka-born strawberry type Toyonoka since it was first established 37 years ago. Here you can also enjoy picking Oishi Berries, strawberries chock-full of vitamin C! This year, Sachinoka has been added to the list, so you can enjoy comparing four kinds of strawberries.

• Season: 1/22/2022 (Sat.) ~ mid-May 2022 (approx.)
• Open: 9:00~18:00
• Closed: Irregular
• Reservations: Required (phone)
• Varieties: Amaou, Toyonoka, Oishi Berry, Sachinoka
• Entry fee: Adult ¥2,300, HS, JHS, 65 y.o. and over ¥1,800, ES ¥1,500, 3~5 y.o. ¥1,000, free for 2 y.o. and under
• Included in the entry fee: 50 min. pick and eat
• Takeaway (¥300 entry fee for adults over 3 y.o.): ¥300/100 g
1706-1 Yokoguma, Ogori City, Fukuoka
• Mobile: 090-8832-8391, fax: 0942-75-6810
http://www.shiraki-ichigo.com/
https://www.facebook.com/shiawasemon/
https://www.instagram.com/shirakinoichigoshiawasemon/

Chikuzen-machi, Asakura-gun, Fukuoka

Lion Strawberry Farm (らいおん果実園)

Lion Strawberry Farm is one of Kyushu’s largest fruit farms boasting nine varieties and approximately 60,000 strawberry plants. In addition to “Lion Ichigo,” an original variety of strawberries from Lion Strawberry Farm, “Polycchigo,” (polyphenols strawberry), a new variety added this year, contains 1.5 times more polyphenols than conventional strawberries. They will also sell harvested strawberries, and you can enjoy strawberry crepes (¥500). Reservations required so don’t forget to call beforehand!

• Season: 12/11/2021 (Sat.) ~ 5/15/2022 (Sun.)
• Open: 10:00~16:00
• Closed: Irregular
• Reservations: Required (phone or web)
• Varieties: Amaou, Kaorino, Akihime, Koiminori, Benihoppe, Okimi, Sagahonoka, Lion Ichigo, Amaekubo, Porrichigo
• Entry fee:
12/11 ~ 4/10: Adult ¥2,000, 3 y.o. ~ ES ¥1,600
4/11 ~ 5/8 : Adult ¥1,700, 3 y.o. ~ ES ¥1,300
5/9 ~ end of the season : Adult ¥1,300, 3 y.o. ~ ES ¥1,000
• Included in the entry fee: 60 min. pick and eat
• Takeaway: 12/11~4/10: ¥250/100g, 4/11 ~ 5/8: ¥200/100g, 5/9 ~ end of the season: ¥150/100g (takeaway only is not offered)
1478-1 Fukida, Chikuzen-machi, Asakura, Fukuoka
0946-42-5556
http://www.lionkajitsuen.com/english
https://www.instagram.com/lion_kajitsuen/

Ukiha City, Fukuoka

Kajiwara Fruits (梶原フルーツ)

Located in Ukiha City, Fukuoka (close to the Oita Prefecture border) Kajihara Fruits take pride in their strawberries raised organically with herbal medicines – that might be good for your health! You can sign up for strawberry jam making (¥2,700/group) or ichigo daifuku making (¥2,400/group) experiences, too.

• Season: Jan. 2022 ~ 4/10/2022 (Sun.)
• Open: 9:00~17:00 (reception: ~16:00)
• Closed: Mon., Fri. (open if hol. and closed the next day)
• Reservations: Required (phone)
• Varieties: Amaou, Benihoppe, Sachinoka, Sagahonoka, Akihime, Kaorino, Koiminori
• Entry fee: Adult ¥2,300, ES ¥2,000, 3~6 y.o. ¥1,400, free for 2 y.o. and under
• Included in the entry fee: 60 min. pick and eat
• Takeaway: ¥250/100g (takeaway only is not offered)
481-5 Ukiha-machi Miharu, Ukiha City, Fukuoka
080-1727-6275
https://kajiwarafruits.com/
https://www.facebook.com/kaji.fruit1583/

Ukiha Shunkoen (うきは春光園)

All-you-can-eat for 60 minutes of 5 varieties of fresh strawberries grown at the foot of Mt. Mino in Kurume. Thanks to elevated trellise, you can enjoy strawberry picking while standing. The Handmade fruit butter (¥600 each for Amao, persimmon, and blueberry) and strawberry jam (¥500) made with fruits from the farm are also popular.

Photo by Ukiha Shunkoen Official Instagram

• 12/18/2021 (Sat.) ~ 5/10/2022 (approx.)
• 9:30〜16:00
• Closed: Mon., Fri.
• Reservations: Required (phone or web)
• Varieties : Amaou, Kaorino, Benihoppe, Akihime, Koiminori
• Entry fee:
Jan. ~ Mar. : Adult ¥2,000, ES ¥1,700, 3~5 y.o. ¥1,200, free for 3 y.o. and under
Apr. ~ May. : Adult ¥1,800, ES ¥1,500, 3~5 y.o. ¥1,000, free for 3 y.o. and under
• Included in the entry fee: 60 min. pick and eat
• Takeaway : ¥280/100g
783-172 Yamakita, Ukiha, Ukiha City, Fukuoka
0943-77-4118
https://shunkoen-ukiha.com/ichigogari
https://www.instagram.com/shunkoen15_ukiha/

Yokamon Ichigo (よかもんいちご)

Here at Yokamon Ichigo, you can pick and eat eleven types of ripe, juicy strawberries including Akihime, a special type rarely sold in markets – with no time limit! Every Saturday night (19:00~20:00), there is a “Night Strawberry Picking” event where you can enjoy strawberry picking in a lighted greenhouse.

• Season: 12/25/2021 (Sat.) ~ mid-May 2022 (approx.)
• Open: Tue., Thu. 11:00~13:00, Sat., Sun., hol. 11:00~14:00
• Closed: Mon. Wed., and Fri.
• Reservations: Required (phone or web)
• Varieties: Amaou, Asuka Ruby, Benihoppe, Sachinoka, Sagahonoka, Akihime, Toyonoka, Mouikko, Oishi Berry, Hoshinokirameki, Yayoihime, Koiminori
• Entry fee:
Dec. ~ Mar. :Adult ¥2,200, ES ¥1,980, 3 y.o. and under ¥1,540
Apr. ~ Golden Week. : Adult ¥1,980, ES ¥1,870, 3 y.o. and under ¥1,430
May (excl. Golden Week) : Adult ¥1,650, ES ¥1,430, 3 y.o. and under ¥1,100
* Night Strawberry Picking: +¥300
• Included in the entry fee: no time limit pick and eat
• Takeaway: Depends on the season
2495-2 Ukiha-machi Miharu, Ukiha City, Fukuoka
090-9790-0742
http://yokamon-ichigo.com/,
https://www.facebook.com/yokamnnichigo/

Hirokawa-machi, Yame-gun, Fukuoka

Sato-no-eki Hirokawa Fruit Village (広川くだもの村)

Amaou sweets, handmade gelato and fresh vegetables are also sold at the marketplace.

• Season: 1/3/2022 (Mon.) ~ mid-May 2022 (approx.)
• 9:00~18:00 (reception: ~16:00)
• Closed: Tue.
• Reservations: Required by phone (until the day before)
• Varieties: Amaou, Benihoppe, Kaorino, Oishi-berry, Sagahonoka
• Entry fee:
Jan. ~ 4/10 : Adult ¥1,800, 4 y.o. ~ ES ¥900
4/11 ~ May : Adult ¥1,400, 4 y.o. ~ ES ¥800
• Included in the entry fee: 60 min. pick and eat
• Takeaway (¥100 entry fee applies): ¥200/100 g
268 Yoshitsune, Hirokawa-machi, Yame, Fukuoka
0943-32-2413
http://www.kash.jp/fruitmura/

Yame City, Fukuoka

Hirai Tourist Farm (平井観光農園)

Here you can enjoy picking well-known strawberries as well as tomatoes. If you participate in strawberry picking, you will receive an additional 150~200 grams of strawberries to take home.

Photo by official facebook

• Season: 12/17/2021 (Fri.) ~ mid-May (approx.)
• Open: 10:00~14:00
• Closed: Irregular (always open on Sat. and Sun.)
• Reservations: Required (web)
• Varieties: Amaou, Kaorino, Benihoppe, Hoshi no Kirameki, Starnight, Berry Pop, Tokyo Ohisama Berry, Tochiotome, Toyonoka, Sagahonoka etc.
• Entry fee:
Dec.~4/26 : Adult ¥2,000, ES.¥1,600, 4 y.o ~ ¥1,200, free for 3 y.o. and under
4/27~5/10 : Adult ¥1,500, ES. ¥1,000, 4 y.o ~ ¥500 free for 3 y.o. and under
• Included in the entry fee: 40 min. pick and eat
54 Mukaide, Yoshida, Yame City, Fukuoka
080-4279-7716
https://hirai-tourist-farm.com
https://www.facebook.com/hirainouen/

Pooh’s Strawberry Farm (プーさんのいちご園)

Strawberries are grown in elevated trellises, making them easy to pick for both young and old visitors. Enjoy picking, sampling and comparing over ten kinds of strawberries.

• Season: 1/3/2022 (Mon.) ~ 5/15/2022 (Sun.)
• Open: 10:00~16:00 (reception: ~15:00, *until strawberries are all picked)
• Closed: Mon. (open if hol.,closed the next day)
• Reservations: Required for large groups only. Please call on the day to check availability of strawberries, especially on weekends.
• Varieties: Kaorino, Benihoppe, Akihime, Sagahonoka, Mouikko, Yayoihime, Amaou, Oishi berry, Nyoho, Yotsuboshi, Amaekubo, Koiminori, Azusa, Sachinoka
• Entry fee:
1/3 ~ 4/4 weekdays: Adult ¥2,000, 4 y.o ~ ES ¥1,500, Sat., Sun., hol.: Adult ¥2,300, 4 y.o ~ ES ¥1,700
4/5~5/5 weekdays: Adult ¥1,600, 4 y. o ~ ES ¥1,200, Sat., Sun., hol.: Adult ¥1,900, 4 y.o ~ ES ¥1,400
5/6 ~ 5/16 weekdays: Adult ¥1,300, 4 y.o ~ ES ¥800, Sat., Sun., hol.: Adult ¥1,600, 4 y.o ~ ES ¥1,000
• Included in the entry fee: 60 min. pick and eat
• Takeaway :1/3 ~ 4/4 ¥250/100g, 4/5~ ¥200/100g (takeaway only is not offered)
600-3 Baba, Yame City, Fukuoka
080-1776-1713
http://gennousya.com


Updated in Jan. 2022.
Copyright Fukuoka Now – including all text, photos and illustrations. Permission required to re-use in any form. Meanwhile, feel free to link to to this page.

Note: The situation regarding the spread of the COVID-19 virus changes daily. Please follow local authorities’ advice by practicing social distancing, wearing masks, and other guidelines. By sharing information about events and places to go, Fukuoka Now is NOT encouraging unsafe practices. If you partake in these events or travel, please practice safe behavior for yourself and others.

Note: The contents of this guide may be subject to change, and open terms may vary due to weather and strawberry growing conditions. Please check with each farm before visiting. The phone numbers listed may be unavailable on weekends, on holidays or outside business hours. Large groups should always call ahead in advance. The information presented here was gathered and summarized by the Fukuoka Now staff. While we have done our best to check for accuracy, there might be errors and details may have changed. If you notice any errors or changes, please contact us. This report was originally written in March 2016.

Category
Seasonal Guide
Fukuoka Prefecture
Published: Jan 25, 2022 / Last Updated: Mar 4, 2022

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

ページトップに戻る