Year Round; Blueberry Picking Early July to Early September
Blueberry-no-Komichi has been in operation in the Inabu region since July 2008. Spend a leisurely time visiting this vast four-hectare farm with about 4,200 blueberry bushes, and eat your fill of fifty different varieties of blueberries. With no time limit and the option to pick some to take home, this is a place where you can enjoy blueberry picking to your heart’s content. Right next door is the cake shop Mako, which sells original goods made with freshly picked blueberries and scrumptious sweets. The blueberry plant itself will also grab your attention, with bell-like white flowers in the spring, fruit in the summer, and vibrant red leaves in the autumn. Pick up a blueberry plant at Blueberry-no-Komichi and receive detailed advice on how to care for it. By growing one in your garden or on your veranda, you’ll soon be able to enjoy your very own blueberries.
Don’t forget about the exquisite blueberry sweets!
The original products and sweets made with fresh blueberries at Mako cake shop are sure to satisfy. Offering blueberry tarts piled high with plump blueberries alongside other delectable desserts, Mako also operates outside of the blueberry picking season so you can savor delicious blueberry sweets all year round.
Enjoy hands-on activities!
You can make blueberry jam or sweets using blueberries grown on the farm!
Operating Hours: Mon., Tue., Wed., Fri., Sat., Sun.
(Courses are not available from early July to late Sept.)
Jam: About 1 hour
Crepes: About 30 minutes
Muffins: About 1 hour
Jam: 1,500 JPY/person (Includes 110 g x 2 bottles of jam to take home)
Crepes: 500 JPY/person
Muffins: 1,500 JPY/person (Includes a freshly baked muffin, drink, and 4 muffins to take home)
Reservations: Required 1 day in advance
1-5 Miyanozengo, Noiri-cho, Toyota City
■ Early Jul. - mid-Aug. (Estimated to be Aug. 20)
Adults (junior high school age and above): 2,000 JPY
Children (from age 3 through elementary school age): 1,000 JPY
Take-home pack (100 g): 500 JPY
■ Aug. 21 - late Sep.
Adults (junior high school age and above): 1,500 JPY
Children (from age 3 to elementary school age): 800 JPY
Take-home pack (100 g): 400 JPY
※ Prices subject to change. Please check the official website.
|Opening days / hours||9:00-17:00 (Last admission 16:00)
※ Blueberry picking is on a reservation basis. Please make a reservation by calling or filling out an inquiry form on the official website.
※ Groups are also welcome
|Phone number||0565-82-3365 (Blueberry-no-Komichi)|
|Parking lot||20 free parking spaces|
|Holidays||Open every day during the season|
Early July - early September
※ Subject to change. Depending on the weather, the operating season may be longer or shorter.
|LINK||Blueberry-no-Komichi Inquiry Form (Japanese)|
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