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Wasabi Farm Tour in Okutama, Tokyo

Join your guide, an Aussie journalist-turned-farmer, and discover Japan’s precious fresh wasabi, tasting the real deal for yourself. A rare treat, come and learn how one of the world’s most expensive crops is cultivated in Okutama.
from ¥7,000
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Matsushima Bay Fishing Adventure & BBQ on Deserted Island

Go net-fishing for blue crabs and enjoy a BBQ seafood feast on one of the tiny islands in Matsushima Bay. Then, stay at a guesthouse where restorative baths and fluffy futon awaits, along with a Japanese style breakfast in the morning!
from ¥24,000
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Day as a Mikan Farmer! Ehime Mikan Picking, Marmalade Making

Enjoy a day on the mikan farm while harvesting fresh mandarin oranges with local farmers in Yawataham, Ehime prefecture. Make fresh juice and homemade marmalade from the premium unshu mikan picked from the beautiful mountainside terrace farms.
from ¥16,176
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3-Day Fermentation Stay Program in Nara

An immersive 3-day homestay in Nara, learn about the fermented foods that characterize the regional cuisine: koji (rice malt), miso, and tsukemono pickles. Additionally, you’ll visit one of Japan’s most ancient roads, the Yamanobe Trail.
from ¥50,000
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Exploring the Countryside of Tochigi: Farm-to-Table Meal

Spend the night at a traditional Japanese folk house in Tochigi prefecture, harvest seasonal produce, and share a home-cooked meal your hosts. The kominka house has modern amenities to ensure a comfortable stay, but maintains its traditional design.
from ¥18,800
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Nagano Farm Stay: Frozen Food Culture in Yamaura Village

Stay at a traditional farmhouse in Nagano’s idyllic Yamaura village and learn about the local cuisine from the village elders and producers themselves. Visit a family-run tofu business and kanten farm, and whip up a meal with the local grannies!
from ¥33,000
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Farm Stay in Odate with Kiritampo and Hinai Jidori Hot Pot

In Akita prefecture, get a taste of rural life, staying at a cozy farm inn with a local farmer’s mother. You’ll do some light work in the field and make an iconic local dish: kiritampo hot pot made with a premium brand of domestic chicken.
from ¥18,150
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Naturally Cultivated Shiitake Mushroom Picking

Mushroom hunting in an all-natural greenhouse is rain-or-shine family fun. Pick lots of shiitake for a barbeque experience. Flame-grilled vegetable food tour for outdoor excitement in an on-site pizza oven.
from ¥8,000
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Educational Dairy Farm Tour and Cheesemaking Experience

Visit a free-range dairy farm, and a cheese factory in this educational and interactive tour. You will walk amongst the vast pastures and experience daily life on a dairy farm, and make your own cheese!
from ¥6,000
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Farm Stay in Japan: Rural Farm Life Experience in Yamagata

The Onodera family welcomes you to stay overnight at their 100-year-old farmhouse in Tsuruoka, Yamagata. The only UNESCO-designated City of Gastronomy, in Tsuruoka you can experience an early-morning harvest and a cooking class with seasonal produce.
from ¥30,000
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Mt. Gassan Vegetable Foraging Experience with Cooking Lesson

In the serene forest of Mt. Gassan, you’ll forage edible wild plants and mushrooms before returning to the lodge to prepare your bounty. Perfect for those who want to get in touch with nature in the peaceful mountains of Japan.
from ¥15,000
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Japan Farm Stay

Take a break outside of Japan’s big cities and seize the unique opportunity to immerse yourself in rural life. Ranging between local farm visits on the outskirts of Japanese tea that are available only in a particular region of Japan, and learn new skills as you cook like the locals do. At a Japan farm stay, you could find yourself learning about regional specialty dishes, like soba noodles made from fresh local waters and wheat, or experience working on the farm, giving a hand to your host. Enter another world and find yourself rolling "kiritanpo" rice cakes in Akita or exploring tea fields in Shizuoka during a Japan farm stay.