Fuefukigawa Fruit Park

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A sparkling vision of light!The night view from Fuefukigawa Fruit Park, which boasts one of the new three major night views in Japan.The night view of the Kofu Basin can be seen from all the park’s slopes.-Fruit PlazaA 10 meter high semi-circular glass dome with a diameter of 55 meters and a floor space of 1,800 square metersConcerts and other events are held in the space. In addition this bright all-weather indoor park glass dome can be enjoyed throughout the year regardless of the season or weather as a children’s play area and a resting place with meals and refreshments.-Fruit MuseumHere you can learn in a fun and interesting way about the importance of the coexistence of creatures and plants on the globe while appreciating the natural beauty of fruit.The exhibition room shows the historical and cultural development of fruit from various perspectives with the emphasis on Yamanashi’s grapes and peaches.-Tropical GreenhouseThe greenhouse displays tropical fruit trees and is built in an original characteristic style.The greenhouse has a sky walkway and terrace so you can enjoy the view from various angles.Tropical fruit trees obtained in Japan are set up and displayed to recreate the image of a hot and humid region. In order to prepare the plants for the permanent display they are completely taken care of in a greenhouse from flowering to maturity, and fruit trees in pots and other containers are brought in and displayed.-Fruit WorkshopThe ellipsoid shaped pergola is a nested structure that contains three floors above ground level and a basement. There are shops selling local products such as Yamanashi Prefecture wine and confectionery, and a reading room with books related to fruits. T-Aqua AthleticsAn activity area for some water-themed fun! There are various pieces of equipment placed around a reconstructed stream.-Fruit Tree GardensThe fruit exhibition gardens incorporate the eight unique fruits of the old Kai Province (grapes, peaches, apples, pears, persimmons, gingko fruits, pomegranates and chestnuts), which have long been produced as Yamanashi specialties, and small fruit shrubYou can experience the changing of the seasons throughout the year, from plum and peach blossoms in spring to gingko and yuzu citrus fruits in late autumn.-Road TrainTwo three-carriage mini locomotives named Peach and Grape guide visitors between the Fruit Center at the highest point in the park and the Mori-no-hiroba near the 1st car park.

Venue Address

405-0043 1488 Ezohara, Yamanashi City

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