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Harada Farm, Numata

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  • In HIS golden coach visited with strawberries and lunch. Strawberry picking is satisfactory. You can eat yourself from taking cold, eat farm is giving away great strawberry. For the large strawberries are being dealt a rather sweet and delicious. Harada farm lunch was all you can eat crab, it is worst. And to eat so difficult to peel crab is not big trouble; In addition, so leave shells with crab pot, crab hot pot from the peel to get hands dirty with them. -No taste boiled crabs are eaten, or put a firelighters for one stove? In the you can eat. However firepower is weak, so basically burnt. Also, seems not bad for your health as eating and very salty boiled crabs, eat it. I think it's strategy to not eat too much. My wife is terminated without dividing, say staff. -Bad customer service attitude, facilities environment staff and foreign residents of Japan. Foreigners will have hospitality in another corner. Think Southeast Asia is you there were more friendly and helpful. On the other hand, is waiting for Japanese staff standing first dining guide, guide to the seat, and Hall so that you can take care of your customers, but really bad attitude. No atmosphere, such as treating them is to learn all you can eat crab rules so bossy. The way of things like sports referees. Trash also heard bin location almost silently and pointing. I'm on pins and needles, busy I think I know customers in that manner borders on is not. I thought I have been mistaken in what they stand to make money. I guess is of Harada plantation companies have operated in this area the largest drive-in is a feudal Lord business. It is confident that lessons from leading travel agency Tour from the selection of lunch doing well will not suffice. Realized that I had after eating at a food log and trip Advisor reviews, I have a similar complaint, once their wasn't wrong. Now I go find out yourself from this opportunity. I'm not not being inspected and HIS employees.
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  • Looking for other nearby tourist destinations and book your accommodation in Minakami, strawberry went on the hunt. I was in the morning, so strawberries for eating lunch dishes? Concerned, but was unnecessary worries. Formerly in Tochigi strawberries, so when I went on the hunt was exciting sense of zero. The aunt "is delicious even I crack BlackBerry (a bad thing). "And that was storm. A good red, mouth-watering strawberries were five for me. It was a fairly expensive strawberries had a total of 10, given the admission. Yet some white ones, found from mossy mildew during the past season to reverse that in most things. Many buses stop and travel site's reputation also was quite good. Than profit tended their fields or a 10-minute strawberries are no greenhouses, not customers, and I desperately want and try this basic.
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  • Near Numata interchange and tourist groups that visited meals and accommodation. Location but the price is high class. I think there is better because it is cheap and a little bit more if you go to the countryside, uncrowded. Felt the worst shop obasan ones attitude and personable so bad go somewhere and come back soon if you do not buy at appeal. I never saw a clerk in recent years, felt discomfort there. No value (is it was privately-owned stores), good apple orchards abound around, so dare to use here.
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