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“Unshu mandarin hunting” in the Ito mandarin field, which is said to have become a model site for the nursery rhyme “Hill of Mandarin Blossom”

2021.11.19

In Ito City, Shizuoka, you can enjoy “Unshu mandarin hunting” from October 1, 2021 to January 31, 2022.
Why don’t you hunt mandarin oranges while watching the idyllic scenery sung in the nursery rhyme “Mandarin Blooming Hill” born in Ito?

At Mikanen in Ito City, the admission fee is 500 yen and you can eat as much as you want. Also, you can enjoy the course with souvenirs at a very reasonable price of 1000 yen.
We also accept local shipments of various oranges, so if you contact each orange garden, you can enjoy Ito oranges even if you are far away and cannot come casually.

>Click here for details on mandarin orange garden

You can also enjoy Unshu mandarin hunting extra

You can taste seafood near the mandarin orange garden in each district.
Roadside station Ito Marine Town where you can buy souvenirs of Ito specialties and Lake Ippeki where you can enjoy the brightly colored autumn leaves in autumn.
There are many sightseeing spots such as the Jogasaki coast where you can witness the magnificence of nature made of lava.
After enjoying the Unshu mandarin hunting, take a break and enjoy shopping and the spectacular scenery.

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