Strawberry picking at Nikko Strawberry Park
Thirty minutes of all-you-can-eat delicious organic Nikko strawberries!
Nikko Strawberry Park is the first strawberry grower in Tochigi to be certified by Global G.A.P.*， and is committed to high standards of safety and quality.
Nikko experiences dramatic changes in temperature between the mornings and evenings， and has a source of clean water in the Nikko Mountain Range. These elements combined with the farmer’s skill produce juicy strawberries with the perfect balance of sweetness and sourness.
Additionally， there is a space where the strawberries are grown in movable elevated benches， eliminating the need to bend over to pick them so that visitors in wheelchairs or with baby carriages can also enjoy strawberry picking.
*Global G.A.P. is an internationally recognized label granted to deserving companies in recognition of their practice of sustainable production which takes into account food safety， labor conditions， and environmental impact.
G.A.P. stands for “Good Agricultural Practices”.
|Address||3581， Serinuma， Nikko city， Tochigi prefecture， Japan|
|Business Hours||10:00am - 4:00pm *Last admission 3:30pm|
|Days Closed for Business||Every Tuesday(National Holidays on Tuesday is open)|
|Price||9 December to 31 March Adult ￥1800 Child ￥13001 April to 6 May Adult ￥1700 Child ￥12007 May to early June Adult ￥1600 Child ￥1100*Adult ; Elementary school and above Child ; 3 years to *Reservation required （by online， phone）*Strawberry brands ; Tochiotome， Benihoppe， and Skyberry.|
|Map Code||132 821 733*04|
The Nikko area, in the northwestern part of the prefecture, is particularly mountainous. In the midst of the rich nature, including the 2,486-meter-high volcano Mt. Nantai, Lake Chuzenji, and Kegon Falls, there are numerous shrines and temples that are registered as UNESCO Cultural Heritage sites. From Kinugawa Onsen to Kawaji Onsen, hot springs can also be found throughout the area. There are a wide range of outdoor activities to enjoy as well, such as stand-up paddleboarding in the summer and snowshoeing in the winter.