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Nishiyama Farm is an farm for tourists, located at Akaiwa City, Okayama Prefecture. It is set deep in the mountains, where the visitors can enjoy picking fruits in the vast grounds.
Nishiyama Farm cultivates strawberries, blueberries and peaches. There are twenty varieties of peaches to choose from, and the visitors can enjoy peach picking from late June to early September.
This farm transforms pink-skinned peaches into white peaches, using a technique developed in Okayama. “Akatsuki,” a special product of Fukushima Prefecture, is turned into a white peach at this orchard, and the visitors can taste its unique variation.
Of the twenty varieties of peaches, “Shimizu Hakuto” is the most famous. This is a special product of Okayama, and the skin is light-colored even after it ripens. The sweet-tasting, beautiful peach is harvested from late July to early August.
The farm offers various peach picking sets, such as the “All You Can Eat Peaches” set and “Eat One, Take One Home” set. In the former set, visitors can enjoy chilled, ripe peaches for thirty minutes. The latter set offers a peach at the farm, and an additional peach to take home with you. There are other sets as well, which can be seen on the farm’s multilingual website (Japanese, English and Original Chinese Characters).
Fruit picking tours require a reservation in advance by telephone or facsimile, which can be made in both English and Chinese.
If you have the chance, don’t miss the fruit picking tour at Nishiyama Farm.
|Farm Name||Nishiyama Farm|
|Farm Information||Nishiyama Farm is a farm for tourists, cultivating peaches, strawberries and blueberries. There are twenty varieties of peaches, and the peach picking tour is held from late June to early September.|
|Admission Fee||All You Can Eat Peaches Set: 2250 yen (over six years of age)/1100 yen (under six years of age) Eat One, Take One Home Set: 950 yen for both adults and children.|
|Hours||9:00 - 17:00 (The entrance closes at 16:00.)|
|Closed||The farm is closed from September to December.|
|Address||Okayama, Akaiwa, Nibori Higashi 1077|
|Access from the Station||-|
|Access by Car||30 minutes from Mimasaka Interchange of Chugoku Expressway and Yunosato Onsen. 30 minutes from Sanyo Interchange of Sanyo Expressway. 5 minute walk from “Kikka-toge” bus stop of the Uno Bus local line.|
|Language support||English and Chinese|