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Come harvest and taste fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables!

Yokosuka is a region with warm climate and is prosperous in agriculture.
Visitors can enjoy picking/harvesting seasonal fruits and vegetables throughout the year at Tsukuihama Tourist Farm such as strawberries (Dec to May), oranges (Oct to Nov) and digging sweet potatoes ( Oct to Nov).
All-you-can-eat does not apply to some fruits and vegetables.

Shop Name TSUKUIHAMA Tourist Farm
Address 239-0843 view map
5-15-20 Tsukui,Yokosuka
Area East
TEL/FAX 046-849-5001 /
Opening Hours 9:00 - 15:00
Strawberry season: Jan - May
Sweet potato season: mid-Sep - mid-Nov (Open only on Sat, Sun and holidays)
Mandarin orange season: Oct 20th - Nov 30th
Closed During strawberry & orange picking season:Open every day
During sweet potato picking season: Open only on Sat, Sun and holidays
Parking available
Credit Cards not yet accepted


Strawberry Picking (January to May ) Fee (all-you-can-eat): 1,200 yen to 1,700 yen

The best part about strawberry picking is to be able to pick and eat them right then and there! All-you-can-eat for 30 minutes with condensed milk. Visitors will not be allowed to take picked strawberries back home.
The farm is inside a warm greenhouse, so you may enjoy strawberry picking even on a rainy day. A popular outdoor activity to make it a part of your family memory!

Sweet Potato Digging (Mid September to Mid November) - Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays only

Please come in clothes that can get dirty when coming to the farm. Sweet potato digging will begin according to the potatoes’ growth. Please contact JA Hayama Kitashitaura Branch (Tourist Desk 046-849-4506 )or the Local Info Center 046-857-3355 (weekends and holidays during opening season) before coming. (all-you-can-eat does not apply)

Mandarin Orange Picking (October 20th to late November) Fee: (all-you-can-eat)

Yokosuka City has the perfect temperature to grow delicious mandarin oranges! These oranges are one of the most popular fruits in Japan that we have several preschool children and group visitors who come for them. Visitors may eat as many oranges as they like but will not be allowed to take them home. Come and enjoy the perfect balance of the sour-sweet, juicy oranges of Miura Peninsula with the entire family!