Budou Gari means Grape Hunting in Japanese, which means that you can harvest from the orchard and eat various types of grapes.
Harayuranen (ハ ラ ユ ウ ラ ン エ ン - 原 遊 覧garden) is a Budou Gari (grape hunts), an orchard where you can harvest your own grapes, a variety of grapes and the famous grape from the Niagara region. In this Boudou Gari there are a variety of pears that you can also eat at will. Depending on the season, there are apples.
The Niagara grape, is a green grape characterized by its sweetness and unique smell, the bunch weighs 200 to 350 grams and the size of each grape is 2 cm in diameter, it is a specialty of Kikyogahara in Shiojiri cityOn Nagano.
Niagara grapes are rare on the market due to their thin skin, Niagara is the correct name, but it is also called Naiyagara.
History of Niagara grapes
It started to be grown in Kikyogahara in 1897. After that, at the beginning of the Showa era, when wine grapes started to be grown in the city of Shiojiri, because the Kikyogahara area is extremely cold in winter, and European grapes died due to cold.
Therefore, cold and disease resistant Niagara has been grown for over 100 years as raw food and as a raw material for white wine and juice, and has become a representative of Kikyogahara in the city of Shiojiri.
Schedule: 9:00 to 16:30 (depending on the month until 18:00)
Adult Fee: 550 yen
Elderly from 65 years: 400 yen
Children: 350 yen
Children under 3: 250 yen
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