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Hirosaki City Apple Park

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In Hirosaki, Japan's largest producer of apples, this park aims to draw citizens and tourists closer to apples. With Mt. Iwaki towering over the park, visitors can try apple production work tasks and harvesting. There are also apple-centric goods for sale, as well as restaurants and the "kimori" cider factory. In May, the Apple Blossom Festival is held.

Street address

125 Shimizu-tomita aza terasawa, Hirosaki City, Aomori

Access

Route1

  • Get off at the JR/Konan Railway's Hirosaki Station and take the Tamenobu-go Bus to Ringo Koen, then get off at the Ringo Koen Stop

Route2

  • 7 minutes by foot from Tokiwazaka Iriguchi stop on the Konan Bus Imoritai/Tashiro/Taiaki/Soma Line, after getting off at Hirosaki Station. Bus fare is 290 yen

Opening Hours

Apple house / Old farmhouse 9:00-17:00

Closed

Open every day

Fee

Apple harvesting: 1kg/200 yen

Website

Best season

May, Aug., Sep., Oct., Nov.

Point

Visitors can experience harvesting apples from August until mid-November. At "kimori", cider is made naturally with the carbonic acid produced during fermentation blending with the juice. Since the process is unfiltered, the flavor of the handmade juice and the fruitiness of apples can be enjoyed fully. This fresh-from-the-orchard juice can be tried for 300 yen per cup (90ml).
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