Okinawa Fruits Land, Nago

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#5 of 7 in Theme Parks in Okinawa Prefecture
See the world’s biggest fruit and Japan’s largest butterfly at Okinawa Fruits Land, a tropical theme park designed for children. Divided into fruits, bird, and butterfly sections, the park provides a variety of learning games year-round. Learn about various fruits and touch tropical birds, then see papaya, mango, pitaya, and jackfruit growing in the garden. A good place for a family visit, the park provides a restaurant, gift shop, and ample parking spaces. If you aren't driving, take bus 70 or 76 for an 18-minute ride from Nago bus terminal. To visit Okinawa Fruits Land on your holiday in Nago, and find out what else Nago has to offer, use our Nago tour planner.
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  • September 25, 2017
    The approaching Typhoon, strong wind and sometimes it was raining. Looking for snorkeling in the ocean will stop, easy to find even in the rain. The first one is a Nago Fruitland. Turn left at Hwy 58, 30 minutes driving a rental car from Onna, Fruitland will arrive in about 5 minutes. Parking is less than I thought. Car rental coupon 10% pull using two 1800 Yen paid admission and enters. Then given mission the Prince to help solving quizzes to play Bell, stroll through the woods of Fruitland. Presses stamp paper to answer quiz, but this paper until the end carefully, please. Last problem does not solve without the paper. The confrontation with the PC screen in a cave if you ended the last fountain in the waiting! Bring spare time! Restaurants and souvenir firmly, to get lost.
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  • September 14, 2017
    Force way is very suitable for children and who want to learn the fruits of knowledge but because the outdoors when the weather is hot it is hard to be careful mosquitoes a lot.
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  • September 8, 2017
    Stamp Quiz is very interesting and the Botanical Garden of fruit is intact and will not help the King; Finally, helped the King in the PC, but children like fun. Exit is like Okinawa has big souvenir shop. Next to EXEs and either I think.
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  • December 13, 2016
    Cool spot to walk around and see some exotic fruit growing. You will pay 1000 yen for adult and 500 yen per child so it's a bit high but you will enjoy a good stroll will take about a hour unless you move fast through this place. Be ready to fork some cash out before you leave a the family will want to take something with them for memory. Vic out!
  • March 30, 2017
    It is a birds land rather than fruits land. Recommended if you'd like to see beautiful kinds of birds.
  • April 25, 2017
    nice place for a visit, must try the fresh fruits in the cafe, abit pricey and touristy
  • July 13, 2017
    It's fun and suitable for children which combine game and logical thinking.
  • March 5, 2017
    Good for kids and delicate details. But that's all.

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