Kinokawa City in Wakayama Prefecture is adjacent to Osaka, and the name of the city is derived from the first-class river "Kinokawa" that flows east to west through the center of the city. The main industry is agriculture, and fruits such as strawberries, peaches, figs, persimmons, kiwis, and hassaku are harvested throughout the year. Many people love their characteristic fruits, such as the first-class brand "Arakawa peach'' and its farm "Hundred thousand peach trees'', and the black colored "Kinokawa persimmon''. It is also blessed with sightseeing, such as one of Japan's leading paragliding landing sites and Kishi Station, home to the world's most famous cat stationmaster. The Kinokawa Fruits Tourism Bureau sells specialty fruit products, as well as tourism products such as fruit picking experiences. Please feel free to contact us.
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