• Harvest the sweet tomatoes you find while eating the best parts of them!

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Southern Satsuma Peninsula Area

Harvest the sweet tomatoes you find while eating the best parts of them!

Harvest sweet-and-sour Hatsukoi (First Love) Tomatoes, so named because they are shaped like hearts.

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  • Harvest cute, tasty tomatoes that look like hearts when cut in half
  • Learn the secrets of how a tomato's flavor depends on where and how high off the ground it grows
  • You can take home (purchase) the fresh tomatoes you harvest
[ What to know for a better experience ]
Take note of the special cultivation method, which is based on sandy soil and strict water management.

[ Points of note ]
・There are no restrooms nearby
・Your hands will get dirty from harvesting; bringing wet wipes is recommended
・Your fingernails will get damaged; if you have long nails, wearing plastic gloves is recommended

Basic Information

  • Wi-Fi
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Prayer Room
  • Barrier-free Facility
  • Rest Room
  • Parking
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Where to apply Komiya 357 Farm : komiya357@gmail.com
Application deadline 10 days in advance
Group size 1~10 people
Period Early Feb - Late Apr       [Time] 10:00am~4:00pm       [Notes] Duration of event: Approx. 30 minutes
  • Hands-on Experience ¥500 (tomatoes can be purchased for 1 yen/g)
Venue Kaseda-Takahashi, Minamisatsuma City (near Fukiagehama Seaside Park)
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