Yamanashi is the largest producer of peaches in Japan, and accordingly offers the best flavors, too, with flesh so sweet and juicy that once you start, you can’t stop. Peaches that have ripened on the tree are particularly delicious, and these are a treat reserved only for those who have picked the fruit themselves. The prefecture cultivates many varieties that can be enjoyed at different times of the year. The Hikawa Hakuho is small and sweet. The Hakuho is delightfully juicy. And the Asama Hakuto has a smooth texture. Try them all and discover your favorite.
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Peach picking facilities
- 240 Ichinomiyacho-Tsuchizuka, Fuefuki-shi, Yamanashi
Miharashien offers fruit for picking throughout the year—strawberries from January to May, peaches from June to August, grapes from early August to late November, and apples from late October to late November. In spring, it commands a view of peach blossoms in full bloom.
- 656-1 Natsumehara Misaka-cho Fuefuki City
From Late-June through early-August, you can enjoy peach picking, and mid-July through mid-November you can enjoy grape picking. In spring, peach blossoms and rape blossoms bloom, which create the contrast of pink and yellow and is perfect for flower viewing. At the space of capacity for 1200 guests under the trellis of trees of grape, you can enjoy BBQ in summer, and Yamnashi’s local cuisine Hoto in winter amid nature.
- 600 Higashi-arai, Ichinomiya-cho, Fuefuki-shi
The peaches and grapes of Asama-En are all grown organically, and are safe and high quality.
We have a variety of Experience Fruit Making Stations, not available anywhere else, where you can experience it year round.
Our farm is barrier-free, so those using wheelchairs will have no problem.