- Gamagori Orange Park
Gamagori City in south eastern Aichi Prefecture is famous for a number of reasons, including the beautiful ocean views, the bountiful sea foods, the natural hot springs, sacred Takeshima Island, an aquarium, the Laguna amusement and shopping resort complex, the hotel where Emperor Meiji stayed and particularly for the citrus fruit, Mikan, a mandarin orange that grows along the mountainsides of the seaside city.
In the mountains of Gamagori overlooking the calm, sparkling seas of Mikawa Bay, is the Gamagori Orange Park. The park is surrounded by greenhouses and plantations, where fresh fruit and produce grows all year round. Depending on the times of your visit, you’ll be able to enjoy a wide range of seasonal fruit picking. Sweet strawberries from January to May, tasty melons and grapes from June to September, and from October to December, Gamagori’s famed Mikan mandarin oranges!
The friendly staff will give you tips on choosing, and then picking or cutting your choice of fruit. The Gamagori Orange Park makes an ideal fun travel destination for couples, families and even for large groups. Besides the fresh fruit to eat, the Gamagori Orange Parks’ spacious restaurant provides a wide range of local cuisine and other simple dishes, including the park’s specialty, original Gamagori Mandarin Orange Cake. There is a wide range of Mikawa regional souvenirs available too.
Pick the right time to visit Gamagori Orange Park, and enjoy picking and eating your own fresh fruit. Guaranteed fun for all! You’ve never tasted fruit so fresh until you’ve picked your own at Gamagori Orange Park.
|Location|| : 〒443-0002
1-93, Ogurimi, Seida-cho, Gamagori-City, Aichi
|Fee|| : Admission free.
Fruit picking, meals etc. are charged separately.
days / hours
|: 9:00 to 17:00|
|Parking||: 20 large bus parking spaces, 100 passenger car parking spaces|
|Holidays||: Open everyday|
|Phone number||: 0533-68-2321|
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