Jeiei Yamashiro Farm

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The Jeiei Yamashiro Farm located in Ide-cho village in Kyoto prefecture, where from Winter to Spring you can pick your own strawberries. Naturally grown with minimal pesticides, there are 3 different types of strawberries, ‘Beni Hoppe’, ‘Akihime’ and ‘Oi-C-Berry’, to enjoy comparing as you eat as much as you can for one hour. Compared to most other strawberry picking farms, the corridors are wide enough for prams and wheelchairs to comfortably pass through. Bookings are a must, so please book in advance via the website or phone.

Basic information

Address

Postal code:610-0301
19-3, Nagareda, Taga, Ide-cho, Tsuzuki-gun, Kyoto

Parking

Number of regular vehicles: 20 car spaces(Charges: Free)

Number of large vehicles: Bus parking available(Charges: Free)

Time held/open

10:00~15:00

Regular holidays/closings

From mid-January, to mid-May - opened on Saturday and Sunday. From mid-March onwards, opened on Saturdays, Sundays and Wednesdays. *For 2020 please check for details.

Charges

Adults: 1800yen (Middle school aged and above) * All you can eat for 60 minutes

Children: 1500yen (Elementary school aged) , 1000yen (for 3 years old and above)* All you can eat for 60 minutes

Other: Disabled persons 1000yen, and entrance for one carer upon showing identification * All you can eat for 60 minutes

Access

Train : 20 minutes on foot from Yamashirotaga station ( JR Nara Line)

Access to Kyoto by the Sea

Access to Kyoto in the Forests

Access to Kyoto Infused with Tea

Access to Kyoto Otokuni Bamboo Grove

Equipment and service in facilities

Toilet facilities available

* Condensed milk is available for 200yen. To take strawberries home, you can fill a pack for 600yen.

Foreign languages spoken

Foreign language explanations/displays:

English, simplified Chinese, Korean instructions for strawberry picking only

Contact information

Website for reservations

https://www.jalan.net/kankou/spt_guide000000192716/(In Japanese only)

Remarks

*For phone bookings, please contact 0774-82-5400 (9:00-15:00, closed on weekends, public holidays and during New Year), in Japanese only.

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