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Japan Orange Picking

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Enjoy the unique experience of picking your own in the mandarin orange mecca of Japan

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The area around Okuhamanako, located west to Hamamatsu-shi, Japan is ideal for the cultivation of mandarins thanks to its mild climate and well drained soil, and it has been known for a long time as a place for harvest of tasty mandarins. The "Mikkabi mikan" (Mikkabi mandarins, Tangerin , Satsuma) from Mikkabicho are especially famous across Japan.
The mandarin orange picking that visitors can enjoy in Hamamatsu is usually an all-you-can-eat system and does not require making a reservation in advance. (Reservations must be made for groups of 20 or more people.) Since mandarin fields are usually built in terraces on a slope, visitors should pay special attention to the kind of footwear they choose for their visit.

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How to pick mandarin orange
Hand picking
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  1. Hold the branch with one hand while you hold the mandarin with the other hand.
  2. Hold the brand firmly while you rotate the mandarin and pull it off the branch.
Scissor picking
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  1. Cutting the mandarin(orange) from the branch, leaving about 1cm of stem.
  2. Cut the stem very close to the mandarin (orange).
How to distinguish tasty mandarin orange.
  • Mandarins colored in a deep orange
  • Mandarins from trees full of them.
  • Mandarins with a thin stalk.
  • Mandarins with a yellow stalk.
  • Not too big in size, rather small mandarins.
  • Mandarins growing in spots with good sunlight.
Manners for a pleasant mandarin orenge picking
  • This is an all-you-can-eat, but please do not take mandarins that you will not be able to eat.
  • Do not bend the branches.
  • Do not throw away the mandarins you picked if you do not like their taste.
  • Besides the ones intended for souvenirs, do not take mandarins out of the farm.
  • Please throw any garbage away into the available garbage bins.
  • It is forbidden to smoke within the orchard.
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Location: Tsuzusaki Kanko
Photos: Rafael Helfstein Franco (Univers and You), iNHAMAMATSU.COM
mandarin orange picking farms
Tokura-En
ADDRESS 304-435, Fukahagi-cho, Nishi-ku, Hamamatsu-shi, Shizuoka
PHONE 053-486-1482 (Japanese only)
OPEN From Oct. 10th to Dec. 7th 2020
8:30am~4pm (Open every day while the orchard is open to the public.)
Admission
Adult Child (3~12) Baby (~2)
¥1,100 ¥800 FREE
All you can eat inside of the orchard.
Adult & Chird: Souvenir of 1kg of mandarins picked by yourself included.
Tsuzusaki Kanko
Closed for 2020
ADDRESS 8303-1 tsuzusaki, Mikkabi-cho, Kita-ku, Hamamatsu-shi, Shizuoka
PHONE 090-2340-3159 (Japanese only)
Admission
Adult Child (6~12) Baby (3~)
¥1,200 ¥800 ¥600
All you can eat inside of the orchard.
Adult: Souvenir of 1kg of mandarins is included.
Kaneka Mikan-Gari-En
ADDRESS 2241-1, Shimo-ona, Mikkabi-cho, Kita-ku, Hamamatsu-shi, Shizuoka
PHONE 090-2263-8214 (Japanese only)
OPEN From Nov. 1st to Dec. 20th 2020
9am~4pm (Open every day while the orchard is open to the public.)
Admission
Adult Child Kindergarten
¥1,200 ¥800 ¥600
All you can eat inside of the orchard.
Adult: Souvenir of mandarins (Mikkabi mikan)
Marukawa Kanko Noen
Closed for 2020
ADDRESS 1089-1, Tsuzusaki, Mikkabi-cho, Kita-ku, Hamamatsu-shi, Shizuoka
PHONE 090-2340-3159 (Japanese only)
Admission
Adult Child (6~12) Baby (3~)
¥1,400 ¥800 ¥600
All you can eat inside of the orchard.
Adult: Souvenir of mandarins (Mikkabi mikan) picked by yourself included./No souvenir: ¥800
Marujyu Ishida Noen
ADDRESS 311-3, Osaki, Mikkabi-cho, kita-ku, Hamamatsu-shi, Shizuoka
PHONE 090-9922-1548 (Japanese only)
OPEN From late Oct. to early Dec. 2020
9:30am~3:30pm (Open every day while the orchard is open to the public.)
Admission
Adult Child Kindergarten Baby (~2)
¥1,000 ¥800 ¥600 FREE
All you can eat inside of the orchard.
Kageyama Noen
ADDRESS 4410, Kiga, Hosoe-cho, Kita-ku, Hamamatsu-shi, Shizuoka
PHONE 053-522-3289 (Japanese only)
OPEN From Nov. 1st to mid Dec. 2020
10am~3:30pm (Open every day while the orchard is open to the public.)
Admission
Adult Child Kindergarten Baby (~2)
¥1,100 ¥600 ¥300 FREE
All you can eat inside of the orchard. (There is free karaoke service)
Adult: Souvenir of mandarins picked by yourself included.
Hamamatsu Fureai Noen "Farmers Nissa"
ADDRESS 2178, Takisawa-cho, Kita-ku, Hamamatsu-shi, Shizuoka
PHONE 090-1418-2131 (Japanese only)
OPEN From late Oct. (Closed once oranges run out.)
9am~4pm ※Reservation only.
Admission
¥200 /100g
No time limit
Hamamatsu Fruit Park Tokinosumika
More Details
ADDRESS 4263-1, Miyakoda-cho, Kita-ku, Hamamatsu-shi, Shizuoka
PHONE 053-428-5211 (Japanese only)
OPEN From Oct. 11th to Oct. 31th 2020
10:30am~3pm(Last admission for fruits picking is at 3pm)
Admission
¥38/100g~ (there is a separate entrance fee)
※Crop time and the crop rate vary according to a kinds of fruits.
Please see HP (Japanese) for more information.
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Depending on the situation on the farm, we may close it earlier than expected. Also, the growth of the fruits and the entrance fee may vary from year to year. We recommend calling in advance to check the current condition.
Hotels with mikan picking packages.
Hotel Kokonoe
2019 / 10 / 12 sat ~ 12 / 1 sun
Official website: https://hamanako-kokonoe.jp/stayplan/mikan/ (Japanese)
http://www.inhamamatsu.com/hotel/kokonoe.php
Hotel Wellseason Hamanako
Hotel Kikusuitei
Hamanako Grand Hotel Sazanami-Kan
※Some plans may not be included on the website, so please contact the lodging houses directly.
Other Fruits Picking




2020.10.13 update
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