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Nago Pineapple Park, Nago
(2.1/5 based on 700+ reviews on the web)
Learn about the origins and cultivation of one of the world's most beloved fruits at Nago Pineapple Park, a theme park dedicated to this spiky tropical plant. Hop aboard the pineapple-shaped jeep for an English-language tour included in the price of admission, and ride through working pineapple fields for an up-close look at the life cycles and farming techniques used here. You'll also see a small cutting and canning demonstration at the onsite factory, and afterwards, you can explore the gift shop to sample a huge range of pineapple-based products, including juices and wines. For Nago Pineapple Park and beyond, use our Nago trip builder to get the most from your Nago vacation.
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Reviews
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  • Churaumi came on the back of the Aquarium. If pineapple fields to see for the first time was so nice, once you go 10 minutes or...
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  • I hear all you can eat pineapple well tasting souvenir stuff was. On the cart, go around the pineapple Park. If you take the suddenly in Chinese meaning suddenly understood? Disappointed. Tour groups is that of the travel company will lose margin. Amusement parks are not
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  • Churaumi popped on the way towards the city from the sea. The helpful tourist destination. From the parking lot, ride with pineapple pattern cute bus or by automated carts, children enjoyed. Your score can sample free of pineapple, look at reviews-and thought pineapple cake rent souvenir chinsuko of was tasting a lot. Can you cut pine is of course can pay. Very tasty! It wasn't enough? ^ _ ^; taking pictures around! and around took about an hour and a half.
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  • This is an extremely cute little theme park for little kids and a good place to get pineapple stuff like sweets, drinks, and fresh pineapple. As a foreigner I don't really understand because pineapples aren't so rare to me, but it seems like they are really special in Japan. As we don't have kids, we just stopped here because it was super hot in Okinawa and we needed something to drink.
  • Pa pa pa pa pa pa pa pa pineapple. I guarantee you won't get the catchy theme song out of your head for weeks. It's piped throughout the entire place. That aside, we learned a whole lot about pineapples. And you get to ride in a self driving car through a real life mini pineapple plantation. All good family fun. And free pineapple tasting at the end (in the hope that you will buy all manner of pineapple related memorabilia in the extensive gift shop).
  • The park has a walking path through all of the showcase pineapple rows. There is information and history on each species of pineapple grown on Okinawa. There is a multi-room display of shells and desiccated shellfish that was beautiful and interesting for the kids. They have a walkthrough market full of pineapple products ranging from cakes and pies to wines and even kimchi made from pineapple. They have samples of all of the products to taste test before purchasing and it's easy to spoil your dinner filling up on all the delicious samples of wines and cookies.
  • Visitors to Okinawa MUST go to the Pineapple Park and experience it for themselves. Get the pineapple ice cream sundae. And anything else you can possibly imagine made out of pineapple, from wine (so so good) to cake to candy etc. They always offer samples. Great place.
  • Over priced really. Nothing exciting. If it was half price, yeah sure I'll recommend it. Not at this price. Gift shop is also a rip. Bought the pineapple doll the day before at a mall, it was 1/3 the price.