Farm Tours

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Product name:
Shuttle Pick-Up Plan Strawberry Picking in Kyoto
Location:
Meeting Place: Keihan Iwashimizu-hachimangu Sta.
Visits: Shibuya Farm[Yawatashi]
Tour Dates:
20 February (Thu) to – 20 May (Wed), 2020

INQUIRIES

Strawberry Shuttle Departure & Arrival Times
Course Name Depart Iwashimizu-hachimangu Sta. Arrive at farm Strawberry Shibuya Farm picking Depart farm Arrive at Iwashimizu-hachimangu Sta.
Morning
Course
10:00 10:15 approx. 1 hr. 11:15 11:30
Afternoon
Course
14:00 14:15 approx. 1 hr. 15:15 15:30

* Times required for each course is approx. 1 hr. 30 min.

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Tour prices (tax included)

No. of People Adults Children
2 person 5,700 yen/person 5,300 yen/person
3 person 4,800 yen/person 4,500 yen/person
Group/Family Pack 4 person 4,200 yen/person
5 person 3,900 yen/person

* Children : 4–12 years old. (Children under 3 free if accompanied by an adult.)
* Cost includes round-trip shuttle taxi service and strawberry picking experience.
* Cancellation Fee : No fee is charged for cancellations made up until the departure time. A fee of 100% will be charged for cancellations made after the departure time or for no-shows.
* No accompanying tour guide; you will be guided by staff at the farm.
* No meals.

Overview

Meeting Place:
Taxi stand in front of Keihan Iwashimizu-hachimangu Sta.
People per Group:
2–5. Please reserve as a group. (minimum of 2)
Reservation Deadline:
No later than 6:00 p.m. two days before the departure date of the tour.

For reservations

Operation

Kyoraku Taxi, Co. Ltd.

About Blend Farm

Blend Farm is a collective of farmers who share the mission of delivering pleasure through their produce to every single customer. Our main products are fruit and vegetables grown in Kyoto. Being farmers, we can understand and achieve some things that other people can't. Each piece of produce bears the mark of the farmer who cultivated it. That's the secret to high-quality produce.

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