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Hirosaki Apple Park

125 Shimizutomita Terasawa, Hirosaki 036-8262, Aomori Prefecture
+81 172-36-7439
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Everything apple!

We took the Tamenobu bus from platform 4 at JR Hirosaki Station directly to here. This place is an... read more

Reviewed 23 August 2017
HotEarth
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Melbourne, Australia
via mobile
Large apple tree park

Hirosaki apple park is in Aomori prefecture and will be better to visit there during the apple... read more

Reviewed 1 January 2017
Parpanatha Pala... M
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Fahaheel, Al Kuwayt, Kuwait
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125 Shimizutomita Terasawa, Hirosaki 036-8262, Aomori Prefecture
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+81 172-36-7439

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Reviewed 23 August 2017 via mobile

We took the Tamenobu bus from platform 4 at JR Hirosaki Station directly to here. This place is an apple farm with many varieties of apples. There is also a shop cum cafe/restaurant, an old barn house, a cider brewery and other facilities catering for...More

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Reviewed 1 January 2017

Hirosaki apple park is in Aomori prefecture and will be better to visit there during the apple harvesting session during September - October. From the viewing point, the Iwaki mount is seen very well. From Hirosaki station, need to take a bus which takes about...More

Thank Parpanatha Pala... M
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Reviewed 29 December 2016

This place is all about apples and apple accessories. You can pick apples with a group or just buy fresh apples. I visited in August 2016 and a new sort of apples had just become ripe. These were the best apples I've had while living...More

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Reviewed 18 October 2016

There is direct bus service to and from Hirosaki to Hirosaki Apple park, I have never seen so many apple trees in my life and never eaten such tasty apple! There are everything about apple starting from apple pie and everything else such as apple...More

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Reviewed 23 August 2016

This park gives you all you need to know about apples. There is a shop with apple-related merchandise, a cafe with apple pie, a museum of apple lore, and it is all set in a grove of apple trees. The trees are carefully labelled in...More

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Reviewed 11 August 2016

The Googlemaps direction to this place takes you into some poor farmers orchard and ends in you having to reverse down a very narrow strip to get yourself back out of a messy situation. Googlemaps is not reliable at all to get you here so...More

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Reviewed 5 June 2016

These apples are not for export to America. Although ordinary looking, their taste and juiciness are utterly fabulous. All of us on the bus were munching away, and exclaiming over their flavor.

1  Thank strafals
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Reviewed 6 April 2016

Interesting if you like seeing huge orchards and be amazed at the range of things the humble apple can make! Mind you the apples here are huge and totally delicious .. they are cheap be European standards but cheaper still off site..

3  Thank DAVID V
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Reviewed 3 March 2016 via mobile

Hirosaki Apple park is a mix of history and modern culture placed in an apple orchard. The park is popular for picnics for local school children as well. You are able to pick from the orchard or buy apples in the small store.

2  Thank Stacy C
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Reviewed 8 December 2015

I visited Hirosaki a few month ago, and I am pleased to tell that I love this city. I never heard about Hirosaki since my wife told me that we should travel to there after we visited Ofunato, and it had not any problem because...More

Thank Ball S
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Pat M
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Response from DAVID V | Reviewed this property |
As I recall its normal shop opening hours .... having said that I guess you can walk around it without the shop being open, there is a large car park and picnic area and they seem to encourage people to just go and 'hang... More
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