Kamakura Sightseeing Farm

Kamakura Sightseeing Farm

A srawberry hunting spot in Kamakura that reservation is unnecessary, instead they serve customers in order of arrival.
If the number of people reaches the upper limit, the farm may close because there are no strawberries left to pick.
Please check the operating hours on the homepage before visiting the farm.

Kamakura Sightseeing Farm
ADDRESS 2-11-33 Fueda, Kamakura, Kanagawa Prefecture
TEL 0467-31-5339

Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays 10: 00 ~ (Reception starts at 9: 30)
Timing: around mid-December to early May


Monday · Tues · Wednesday · Thurs · Fridays (excluding holidays)


【Reservation not required】 Adult (above elementary school student): 1,500 ~ 2,000 yen / Infant (under elementary school age 1 year old and above): 1,000 ~ 1,300 yen / under 1 year old: free
※ Rates vary depending on the time.


14 minutes on foot from Shonan Monorail Shonan-fukasawa station.

PARKING LOT available
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