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A family plan that lets you enjoy the flavors and nature of Ayase

Central Area 5h30m

Enjoy the experience of harvesting the in-season vegetables of Ayase City, and gourmet foods including Kouza pork, which has been bred and protected since the Meiji Era. Limited only to weekends, you can also try making wieners at Kouza Handmade Ham. At Dream Play Woods and Shiroyama Park, where flowers and Japanese gardens can be enjoyed year-round, children can run and play in nature. A tour ideal for those coming with their families from Asia.

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Shunsai Seasonal Veggie Farm

This plantation, where you can harvest produce by hand, was opened to the public out of a desire to let others experience both joy of farming firsthand and the deliciousness of fresh vegetables. Fruits and vegetables grown with utmost care fill the plantation from end to end. By harvesting them yourself, you will experience a truly meaningful flavor when you eat them. The plantation also has a ...

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Shiroyama Park

This park houses the remains of the castle of Shibuya Shigekuni, vassal of the Kamakura-era shogun Minamoto no Yoritomo. The moat and earthen walls of the castle remain to this day. The park is known for its roofed BBQ area, the city's longest roller slide, and its Japanese garden. View the cherry blossom trees in late March, fireflies in early June, and 500 roses (66 varieties) in mid-May and ...

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Dream Play Woods

This "adventure playground" is open to children to help them experience nature by playing in natural environments such as in the bamboo thickets and creek in order to help foster their autonomy, cooperativeness, and creativity.

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