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Koiwai Farm Makibaen, Shizukuishi-cho
(3.7/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web)
Set in an idyllic green valley of 3,000 hectares (7,400 acres), Koiwai Farm Makibaen rests at the base of Mt. Iwate. Get in touch with nature through a variety of activities: milk a cow, ride a horse, hike through the scenic valley, or visit the astronomical observatory. You can sample fresh milk and eggs--and don't miss the real delicacy here, a fluffy omelet with rice. Learn how to craft wool and produce homemade butter. Admire the solitary cherry tree, planted 100 years ago to provide shade for farmers and cows on the farm. Before you leave, pick up some of the farm's delicious dairy products, famous all over Japan for their full flavor. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Koiwai Farm Makibaen by using our Shizukuishi-cho vacation builder.
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  • It is in Iwate Prefecture's leading tourist attractions. There are plenty of sheep. Plain, feels good. Take a look at the eating mutton. It is delicious. Don't forget dark milk to drink.
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  • One of the trip were included. Microbus 2 each minibus Koiwai's in charge I have went and got a registered cultural property. Interesting is not so much interested in the story I was good to go.
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  • I went to go around too much thought or high and visitors pay the tour price also took 1,800 yen, but I didn't try. I think good try once. Now studying. See also cattle and was at the end of October, but cold and windy from Iwate volcano, Japan takes about 20 minutes to walk outside, so cold was... from the sky winter clothes recommended.
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