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Taste freshly picked berries! Blueberry Picking

Taste Freshly Picked Berries! Blueberry Picking

Blueberry season has rolled around again! Each blueberry farm in Aichi raises different varieties of blueberries and follows their own cultivation methods. Rich in nutrients and antioxidants, enjoy eating freshly picked blueberries to your heart’s content.

Okazaki-CityBlueberry Farm Okazaki

Carefully cultivated, giant and delicious blueberries.

Given that Blueberry Farm Okazaki grows about 40 different types of blueberries, you can easily find ones to your liking. There are also plenty of sweets that use generous amounts of blueberries. One popular menu item, a blueberry sherbet with a yogurt taste called the Blueberry Frozen, sold as many as 2,000 cups in one summer. You’ll be full to bursting from all the blueberries!


Blueberry Season: June 6th (Saturday) to August 23rd (Sunday), 2020
*: Subject to change depending on growing conditions.
Fee: Junior high school students and older: 2,300 yen
Elementary school students: 1,500 yen
Children age 4 and older: 1,000 yen
Address: 〒444-3515
98 Saruguchi, Kuwagai-cho, Okazaki-City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
  • Blueberry Farm Okazaki
  • Blueberry Farm Okazaki
  • Blueberry Farm Okazaki

Toyota-CityBlueberry-no-Komichi

Take your time at a spacious blueberry farm.

With as many as 50 different kinds of blueberries, you can have fun eating one of this kind and one of that kind in turn, or eating a bunch of one kind at once and savoring each flavor. With no time limit and the option of a take-home plan, you can enjoy blueberry picking as much as you like.


Blueberry Season: Early July to early September.
*: Subject to change depending on growing conditions.
Fee: Changes depending on the time of month
Address: 〒441-2512
1-5 Miyanozengo, Noiri-cho, Toyota-City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
  • Blueberry-no-Komichi
  • Blueberry-no-Komichi
  • Blueberry-no-Komichi

Toyone-VillageGreen Stage Hana-no-Ki Farm

Warmly welcomes families with kids!

At the base of Aichi Prefecture’s highest mountain, Mt. Chausuyama, is Green Stage Hana-no-Ki, where they grow blueberries without any pesticides. This mountain village area is full of unique activities, from picking fully ripe blueberries and making blueberry jam, to grilling with a charcoal barbeque and exploring an enormous maze.


Blueberry Season: Mid-July to early August (closed Thursdays)
Fee: Junior high school students and older: 1,000 yen
Elementary school students and younger: 500 yen
Children younger than age 3 (accompanied by a guardian): Free of charge
Address: 〒449-0405
70-198 Goshodaira, Sakauba, Toyone-mura, Kitashitara-gun, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
  • Green Stage Hana-no-Ki Farm
  • Green Stage Hana-no-Ki Farm
  • Green Stage Hana-no-Ki Farm

Shinshiro-CityRiverside Farm Yorita

A sightseeing farm full of fun activities!

With a blueberry farm, a dog run, BBQs, canoeing on the river, and pottery classes, this sightseeing farm offers plenty of places to play. They also make blueberry juice from pesticide-free blueberries grown on the farm, as well as handmade pizza baked in an outdoor pizza oven.


Blueberry Season: Estimated to be from mid-June to early August
*: Subject to change depending on weather conditions.
Fee: Mid-June 1,500 yen
Starting from July 1,000 yen
*: Blueberry picking ends when your pack is completely full.
Address: 〒441-1331
23 Niwanohagino, Shinshiro-City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
  • Riverside Farm Yorita
  • Riverside Farm Yorita
  • Riverside Farm Yorita

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