A Guide to Nikko Strawberry Park

A Guide to Nikko Strawberry Park

About Nikko Strawberry Park

Nikko Strawberry Park is one of the few places in Nikko that grows strawberries. Opened 12 years ago as Nikko’s first sightseeing farm, we not only offer strawberry picking (all-you-can-eat), but also sell strawberries at our shop, direct from our greenhouses. In addition to fresh strawberries, we carry a wide range of items including jam and other processed goods, and popular products exclusive to Tochigi prefecture. We hope to see you soon!

Strawberry Picking

Strawberry picking in our greenhouse with raised beds. In this stroller- and wheelchair-friendly greenhouse, visitors can pick the strawberries in a standing position. (Reservation required.)

Strawberry Picking

Strawberry picking in our greenhouse for in-ground cultivation. Visitors can crouch down to pick the strawberries.

Our strawberries are cultivated using about half the standard amount of chemical fertilizers and agricultural chemicals for Tochigi prefecture. We have received the “Link-T” certification from Tochigi prefecture and were the first strawberry farm in Tochigi to receive this certification.

*Strawberry picking is held in two types of greenhouses. There are also multiple varieties of strawberries. We assign visitors to their greenhouse on the day of, based on the state of the strawberries at that time. Therefore, we cannot accommodate any requests in advance regarding preferences for greenhouses and strawberry varieties. Visitors using wheelchairs or strollers will be preferentially assigned to the wheelchair- and stroller-accessible greenhouse, and therefore, should let us know in advance. (Reservation required.)

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Nikko Strawberry Park is one of the few places in Nikko that grows strawberries. The Imaichi region of Nikko is situated at the foot of Nikko’s mountains. The summers are cool and the winters are frigid. The winter’s cold and the pristine water that flows from the mountains nurture strawberries that boast a wonderful balance of sweetness and tartness.

We are committed to reducing the use of chemical fertilizers and cultivating our strawberries using organic fertilizers. Our strawberries, which are grown in the rich natural environment of Nikko, are deliciously sweet with just the right amount of tartness. Because we practice cultivation with reduced agricultural chemicals, our strawberries can be safely enjoyed.

We hope you enjoy tasting our strawberries.

Fees for Strawberry Picking

Date Adults Children
December 8 to March 31 1,800 yen (tax included) 1,300 yen (tax included)
April 1 to May 6 1,700 yen (tax included) 1,200 yen (tax included)
May 7 to early June 1,600 yen (tax included) 1,100 yen (tax included)

*Please inquire for large groups (of 20 persons or more).

Reservations for Strawberry Picking

First, check the calendar for availability.
>> Check calendar

1. Online reservation

Enter the required fields on the online reservation form and submit your completed form.
Online reservation form

2. Reserve by phone.

tel:0288-22-0615

Map

map

*“Jusco” on the map is now “Aeon Imaichi Store.”

From Kinugawa

Make a left turn when you see the “fire station” to your left on National Route 461. “Nikko Strawberry Park” is 1 km ahead to your left.

From Nikko Utsunomiya (Nikko Kaido)

Go up National Route 461 with “Aeon Imaichi Store” on your left. Make a right turn when you see the “fire station” to your right. “Nikko Strawberry Park” is 1 km ahead to your left.

Shop Information

Shop Name Nikko Strawberry Park
Address

*Due to a change in the address, the current address may not appear on map searches, etc. In this case, please use the former address.
Current address: 3581 Serinuma, Nikko City, Tochigi 321-2405
Former address: 3581 Serinuma, Imaichi City, Tochigi 321-2405

Phone 0288-22-0615
Fax 0288-23-8215
E-mail info@nikkoichigo.com
Hours 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (last admission at 3:30 p.m.)
Closed Tuesdays (open when Tuesday falls on a national holiday)