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Nago Pineapple Park, Nago

Categories: Theme Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
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2.2/5 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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  • Prominent family with EXEs. Starting from adult what from the growing number of tourists in recent years after a long time parking is at the back, the form of the pineapple from the ride to / from the park entrance and a little embarrassing. Please make sure children are, and. US tour of electric pineapple enters the Park and a theme park. Well here is the children joy hashagimasu. Souvenir tour from there. Buy souvenirs as well, bypass as well, good tasting, tasting as well. It was looking for Pineapple tasting far longer beams road.
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  • I went to Pineapple park on 12 August 2016 You will see many pineapple trees. And has many gift and snack there. I bought many stuffs there. And I had "Agu-soba" for my lunch at the restuarant inside....  read more »
  • The destination was the city of Nago, that twenty kilometers, and located in his district of pineapple plantation-Nago pineapple park. The trip turned out to be nebystroj, because the sights come across quite often. On the way to the photos stayed stone-mining enterprise and avtohraniliŝa-dumps, natural èkzercisov and šiškovidnyh trees. Two hours later, at the North, tired but satisfied reached goal-pineapple Park, before entering in which stood a ten meter monument to pineapple. Entrance fee is 600 yen. Before boarding an electric car in the form of yellow, cut pineapple, which controls the robot, warned ban any photo and video filming, but local tourists is not stopped. And I had to follow them, so is a snapshot from the photographer of the Park was worth a thousand three hundred yen. After avtopoezdki and pedestrian excursion I stumbled upon a free tasting of products from fresh local pineapple, lemons and grapes. In the range have been champagne, wine (five degrees), syrups, juices and jams, biscuits, canned, sušënosti, etc. Many girls in yellow and green suits and then asked, not behind the wheel I say that subtle taste-can't. But exotics has Ta!
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  • 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.
  • For 600¥ you get to see a really archaic and touristy place with an unintelligible English guide crackling over the speakers on the automated tour. BUT OH THE PINEAPPLE FLAVORED SAMPLES. Delicious treats, gifts, cakes, juices, and wines for you to take as long as you aren't embarrassed for reaching your hand back in for a second helping. Ended up spending nearly 5000¥ on treats. And I'd probably do so again.
  • The price has gone up to 850 yen. There was no English. You get in an automatic car for five minutes and it says everything in Japanese. All I saw was bushes (maybe wrong time) and a sign saying get ready for a photo. Honestly, the outside was the best. Just take pictures with the pineapple people then leave. I do agree with everything the person says below though. The pineapple tasters at the end were delicious and I got very full and tried all sorts of wine.
  • It's not a park, it's just a 5 min electric car trip in a pineapple field, followed by 30 min of intense shopping pressure... So, except goods for sale (at very high price, for instance 600 yen a pineapple, 200 yen one pineapple bite), there is nothing to be seen. Luckilly the ticket was offered, now we understand why.
  • Pineapple car was fun and kids love it and we did stop for hour for kids to paint their own"Okinawa Lion". The park itself is more for shopping of pineapple's products.
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