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Daio Wasabi Farm

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3640 Hotaka, Azumino, Nagano 399-8303, Japan

Built in 1915, this large, picturesque wasabi farm features a river, windmills & a cafe.

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phone+81 263-82-2118
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Mondays: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Tuesdays: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Wednesdays: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Thursdays: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Fridays: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Saturdays: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Sundays: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

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Stephen Lu a week ago

Very quite on a Monday 3pm. Guess this is not the peak for the growing season. Tried the wasabi beer- ok The wasabi ice cream was good, very good. Tempura wasabi was good too. All was very reasonable price. Entry was free. Gift shop was excellent.

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Hamwichh 2 months ago

Went in winter. Even though wasabi was being covered, the view was fantastic and was able to view the alps. We went on 29th dec and it was not crowded even at 12-1pm! We enjoyed the frankfurter, matcha beer, oyaki, ice cream. Plenty of souvenirs and was able to buy fresh wasabi as well.

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Kok-Wah Yeap 4 months ago

The landscape of the Japan Alps in the background from Hotaka Station to Daio Wasabi Farm was wonderful. Although some stretches of the route were quite narrow for pedestrians, the views of the lightly snow covered alpine was more than make up for it. The layout of the farm was impressive. We chose to visit on a weekday so the crowd was more sensible. Meals are available in 3 restaurants . We dined at The Oasis. The pork loin was well seasoned and cooked just right. Delicious. So was the beef rump. The wasabi goes well with the meat. The dessert set was lemon and wasabi cheesecake and lemon wasabi sorbet. Interesting combination. Love it.

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M Lee 4 months ago

A good place to visit if you enjoy walking and it's free parking and free & easy. Do not expect any guided tour like introduction, wasabi processing related stuff. It's refreshing as well and can get some nice souvenirs like their wasabi soba, fresh wasabi, and related products.

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P W 4 months ago

The Daio Wasabi Farm is a great stop on your way to your destination. If you've ever wanted to know where Wasabi comes from and how it is "processed" this is the place. The farm is interesting for its it waterways, windmills and waterwheels. Irrigation of the fields is also an interesting exploration. There are a few eating options, a nice gift shop and plenty of public toilets. There is also free parking on site. This is a welcome stop away from the crowded touristy places in the area.