Michi-no-Eki Shodojima Olive Park, Shodoshima-cho

(3.1/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
One of Japan’s two successful olive plantations, Michi-no-Eki Shodojima Olive Park presents a great opportunity to learn about growing these plants, and the whole process of their production and refining. Take a walk around the sunny park among the olive trees, enjoy the view of the sea nearby, then head to the windmill, where you can learn a bit more about olive-processing. Sit on the warm grass, enjoy a light snack, and on your way home, grab a tasty souvenir from the gift shop. Michi-no-Eki Shodojima Olive Park is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our online itinerary creator, Shodoshima-cho Edition.
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  • Have broom lend Majo to Kiki's delivery service, and lunch at the cafe. Eating ice cream of olives. My son was a delight.
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  • Souvenirs, I stopped by to buy. Seto Inland Sea located inside of street Hill way stations from the National Highway to watch has become the view point of view down. Olive museum has information about olive products and merchandise booth. Witch's brooms of Kiki's delivery service, ride broomsticks and can shoot. Small olives restaurant is located on the second floor and ate lunch. I think you'd better order the paella for one play with a 1300 yen, paella of chicken rice taste does not expect.
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  • Nothing to see. Only olive trees and stuffs that imitate things from Greece or other countries. At least it is free of charge.  more »