• Maruka Nouen Farm

Tahara-City Maruka Nouen Farm

  • Maruka Nouen Farm
  • Maruka Nouen Farm
  • Maruka Nouen Farm
  • Maruka Nouen Farm

Treat yourself to some ripe and juicy fruits!

Maruka Nouen Farm, in the lovely Atsumi Peninsula, is an expansive facility where each fruit-bearing plant, whether a sweet strawberry or the "King of Fruits" - the muskmelon, is carefully grown in raised beds using a technique called "kosetsu-saibai". Picking these delicious fruits is a breeze: the raised sets make them the perfect height for the taking.

All-you-can-eat muskmelons and strawberries!

Maruka Nouen Farm

Savor the experience of picking your own fruit – then cut right into them and devour them on the spot!
The farm also has other “straight from the producer” fruits from local farms, so you can to shop for other fruits, such as mangos, either for yourself or to take home as gifts!


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Location : 〒441-3505
60, Shojingawa, Ikeshiri-cho, Tahara-City, Aichi Prefecture
Fee : •Muskmelon Picking: Starting from 1,800 yen (varies depending on the season)
•Strawberry Picking: Varies depending on the season
days / hours
: •Muskmelon Picking: 9:30 AM - 3:00 PM
•Strawberry Picking: 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
*: May change depending on the season. Please consult the facility for accurate information.
Place : Maruka Nouen Farm
Date : •Muskmelon Picking: From Early January to Late April
•Strawberry Picking: From Late April to Mid-October
•Mango Sales: From Late July to Late September
Parking : Available - Capacity 50 cars / 20 buses
Restrooms : Available
Holidays : Open year round
*: May change depending on the season. Please consult the facility for accurate information.
Phone number : •Reservations
0120-453-167 or 0531-45-3167

Note: This page may not be current due to update time differences between site databases.
Should accuracy be critical, please verify this information using a direct source, whenever possible.


  • Access by car
    Access by car
    •From Toyohashi-City: From the Toyokawa I.C. of the Tomei Expressway, take the Route 42 for approx. 65 min.
    (To Toyohashi: approx. 20 min from the Otowa-Gamagori I.C. via Route 1, or approx. 20 min from the Toyokawa I.C. via Route 151)
    •From Irago-cho: approx. 20 min via Route 42.
    (To Irago-cho: approx. 50 min by Fast Boat from Kowa Port, approx. 30 min by Meitetsu Ferry from Morozaki Port, approx. 55 min by Ise Bay Ferry (Isewan Ferry) from Toba Port)

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