2015年10月10日土曜日

【Plan 4】 Dragon Farm Taste and compare 20 different types of strawberries while strawberry-picking

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Strawberries as far as the eye can see! Each type of strawberry includes an explanation that makes it easy to feel the owner’s love for strawberries. Use the detailed descriptions of each type’s characteristic color, smell, and taste as a reference when tasting!
 

Taste and compare strawberries to your heart’s content in the greenhouse where they are grown!

All-you-can-eat strawberries with no restrictions on where you can pick from! Enjoy your favorite strawberries as a topping on daifuku from a well-established Japanese confectionary shop!

Introducing all-you-can-eat strawberry-picking featuring an astounding 20 types of strawberries, including rare types such as Akihime, Asuka Ruby, and Oi-C Berry! Even though they may look similar, each type has its own unique taste. For example, Kaorino strawberries have an exquisite fragrance that delights the nose, with a perfect balance between tart and sweet. After eating and comparing strawberries, make strawberry daifuku (rice cakes with sweet bean paste) with daifuku that go perfectly with strawberries, from a well-established Japanese confectionery shop that also provides dango (rice dumplings) to Inohanatei, a restaurant near Chiba Castle. Choose your favorite strawberry as a topping and take the daifuku home.

Including rare Kanmihime strawberries!

With a bright red color, they are known for being fragrant and sweet, with little tartness. This is a rare type of strawberry with a beautiful shape.


All the strawberry-picking houses use elevated cultivation systems, making it easy to pick strawberries.

All participants will receive a free original button badge!

Daifuku developed specially to go well with strawberries. The light flavor of the anko (bean paste) and the smooth and soft mochi (rice cake) outside go perfectly with the sweetness and tartness of strawberries
 

Basic Info

■Plan Number
4
■Dates
(Wed.) 3/2, (Wed.) 3/9, (Wed.) 3/16, (Wed.) 4/6, (Wed.) 5/11, (Sat.) 5/14
■Time
10:00 – 10:45
■Required time
45 minutes (30 minutes of strawberry-picking, 15 minutes to make strawberry daifuku/rest)
■Registration deadline
17:00, 3 days in advance
■Prices
March: 2,300 yen for adults/elementary school students, 1,800 yen for children aged 4 and up, 800 yen for children aged 2-3, 300 yen for children 1 year old and under (if bringing home a daifuku)
April-May: 2,000 yen for adults/elementary school students, 1,500 yen for children aged 4 and up, 800 yen for children aged 2-3, 300 yen for children 1 year old and under (if bringing home a daifuku)
Free refills on condensed milk/chocolate syrup
■Minimum participants
2
■Maximum participants
20 (in order of registration)
■Things to bring
N/A (Having a small bag for your valuables is recommended.)
■Meeting spot
Dragon Farm Garden #2 (Strawberry)
■Parking
Available (free)
■Access
10-minute taxi ride from JR Tsuga Station, 20-minute walk from Chiba Urban Monorail Chishirodai Station
■Note
Due to the elevated cultivation systems that make picking easy, you can participate with strollers and wheelchairs. Will still take place in case of rain. In case of cancellation, you will be notified by 18:00 the day before. All houses have 20 types of strawberries, but due to growing conditions some kinds may be unavailable.

[Hosted by] Dragon Farm


Meeting spot:1354 Oguracho, Wakaba-ku, Chiba City
http://www.dragon-farm.com/

 

Reservations

Dragon Farm
Reservation Form

Caution

On the day of your reservation, please go to the designated meeting spot 15 minutes before your reservation.
Please pay the fees in Japanese yen when you arrive on the day of your reservation.

FAQ

Q: Can I make a reservation when a plan is already full?
A: Yes, you can. If someone cancels, your reservation will then already be in place.

Q: Is there a cancellation fee?
A: There are no cancellation fees. If you must cancel, please be sure to contact the event host in advance, as there may be others on a waitlist to participate.

Q: Do I get something if I make a reservation?
A: No, we don’t use tickets or anything like that.

Q: Can I pay in advance?
A: No, I’m afraid not. All plans must be paid in cash on site.

*There is a possibility that each plan may be photographed.
*Please be aware that you may end up being photographed as well.

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