fruit picking

Hodai: A Japanese Term Useful for All Food Lovers, Boozers and Movie Junkies!

I didn’t speak any Japanese when I first came to Japan, but I quickly understood the terms tabehodai and nomihodai. Tabemasu means to eat and nomimasu means to drink, and hodai means all you can. When you put those words together, tabehodai means all you can eat, and nomihodai means all you can drink. Knowing…

Cherry picking at Yatsugatake

Yatsugatake is a beautiful mountain area located at the border of Nagano and Yamanashi prefectures. It is a place which is worth visiting in any of the four seasons. Yamanashi is famous for its fruit picking sites. The orchards of this area provide opportunities to taste self-picked seasonal fruits like cherry, strawberry, apple, grapes and…

6 Best Types of Fruit Picking in Japan

In Japan, fruit picking is a popular activity among tourists and also Japanese people. The type of fruits for this fruit picking activity varies according to the seasons. The usual procedure is that you will be given 30 minutes to 1 hour of time to eat the fruits as many as you can at a…

Strawberry Picking in Japan

Fresh fruits, who doesn’t like them? If a bread is famous with “fresh from the oven” tag line, then in the case of fruits you can say, “Fresh from the trees”, and the way of doing that is to participate in Fruits picking, unique way to enjoy fresh fruits right from the trees. In Japan,…