Enjoy strawberry sweets at Yunogo Onsen Town. We also enjoyed all-you-can-eat strawberry picking at Mimasaka Farm!

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The theme of this outing is to enjoy strawberries in Mimasaka City, Okayama Prefecture! I had strawberry sweets at the garden and cafe ``Farm Café Yunosato/Yunohana Garden,'' located in Yunogo Onsen, one of the three Kitamimasaka hot springs in Okayama Prefecture. Also, enjoy strawberry picking at t...

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Farm Cafe Yunogo

``Noen Cafe Yunogo'' located in the Yunogo Onsen town is a cafe where you can enjoy sweets filled with fruits directly from the company's own farm. The menu includes waffles, parfaits, shaved ice, and soft serve ice cream. You can eat the sweets you purchase not only inside the store, but also at the attached "Yunohana Garden" (outdoors). Takeout is also OK!

Strawberries are the main thing this season! This is the "Raw Strawberry Parfait" (1,200 yen) packed with lots of seasonal strawberries.

Mimasaka Strawberry Cheesecake (380 yen) has the sweet and sour taste of strawberries that goes well with cheese.

A large strawberry is stuffed inside. ``Whole Strawberry Daifuku'' (250 yen) with delicious filling.

Yunohana Garden

At the Yunohana Garden attached to the cafe, you can bring in sweets you bought at the cafe, eat them, play with the play equipment, and relax.

Relax on the lawn. Even small children can play safely.

It feels great to ride a swing in a spacious space!

You can also do bouldering. It's fun to peek through the hole in the wall and see what's on the other side.

Flowers bloom throughout the year in the garden.

You can also bring your dog along. There was a dog-friendly area surrounded by a fence.

[Farm Cafe Yunogo/Yunohana Garden]

Location: 311-6 Yunogo, Mimasaka City, Okayama Prefecture

TEL: 0868-73-3380 Business hours: 10:00-17:30

Closed: Wednesday

Parking: Yes

Farm Cafe Yunogo/Yunohana Garden

Strawberry picking at Mimasaka Farm

Mimasaka Farm is approximately 15 minutes by car from Farm Cafe Yunogo/Yunohana Garden. We also enjoyed strawberry picking at the largest tourist farm in Okayama prefecture, which has a greenhouse area. All you can eat big, sweet strawberries for 40 minutes!

You can taste and compare various varieties of strawberries such as Akihime, Oi C Berry, and Benihoppe.

The holiday fee, paid in advance, was 2,160 yen for adults, 1,800 yen for elementary school students, and 1,260 yen for infants (2 years old and older).

*Prices are for February to March 2024. Prices vary depending on the season.

Click here to check availability and make reservations for strawberry picking

A spacious house where you can pick strawberries while standing. Children also reached out and picked some for themselves.

It's all-you-can-eat, so you'll be full in 40 minutes. I received a lot of large strawberries.

Strawberry Daifuku topped with freshly picked strawberries. Each adult will receive one daifuku at the reception.

[Mimasaka Farm (40 minutes all-you-can-eat strawberry picking)]

Location: 585-1 Oku, Mimasaka City, Okayama Prefecture

TEL: 0868-74-3887

Business hours: 9:00-17:00 (last reception 16:00)

Strawberry picking period: Usually from early December to early June

Parking: Yes

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Okayama Prefecture is located in the center of western Japan and is known as the ``Land of Sunny'' due to its mild climate with little rain throughout the year. Conveniently located in the middle of famous sightseeing spots in Kyoto, Osaka, and Hiroshima! It is also the gateway to Shikoku via the Seto Ohashi Bridge. Okayama is also known as the "Fruit Kingdom," and the fruits that have been exposed to the sun in the warm climate of Setouchi are of the highest quality in terms of sweetness, aroma, and taste. You can enjoy seasonal fruits such as white peach, muscat, and pione! There are also world-class sightseeing spots such as ``Okayama Castle'', ``Okayama Korakuen'', one of Japan's three famous gardens, and Kurashiki Bikan Historical Quarter, which are proud of their history, culture, and art!

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