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Okinawa Fruits Land
Okinawa Fruits Land is a fruit garden for tourists in Nago-shi, Okinawa. It has various areas including popular ones such as a "Fruits zone" where you'll be surrounded by tropical fruits like papayas, bananas, and mangoes grown in subtropical zones or "Butterfly garden" where Idea leuconoes, the biggest butterfly in Japan, are flying around. There is not only a restaurant with lunch buffet of Okinawa's local dishes and a fruit cafe but also a nice souvenir shop in this spot. The whole area is indoors and you can enjoy them even on a rainy day.
- 1220-71 Biimata, Nago-shi, Okinawa
- Contact No.
- Take a bus No.70 or 76 at Nago bus terminal and get off at "Meio university mae".
- Opening Hours / Holidays
Open all year round
- Official Website
- Time Required
- 60 min
- Admission fee
- Adult: 1,000 yen, Child: 500 yen
- Other Information
- *Wi-Fi available *English guidance available
※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.
"Fruits zone" with rare tropical fruits and a garden to stroll
The "Fruits zone" is filled with a tropical atmosphere and you can see more than about 30 tropical fruits like papaya, mango, and dragon fruit according to seasons. Especially jackfruit, the biggest fruit on the Guinness Book Records, has a strong impact.
A restaurant and a cafe to enjoy Okinawa dishes
The garden has a "Fruits cafe" where you can enjoy Okinawan fruits. There is also a big restaurant with 280 seats offering mainly Okinawa's local dishes. The lunch buffet with food in season is very popular among tourists.
"Butterfly garden" with the biggest butterfly in Japan
In Butterfly garden, you can observe Idea leuconoes, the biggest butterfly in Japan, flying gracefully. As soon as you enter the garden, butterflies will fly around you so take photos! And pupae of Idea leucono is worth seeing as its gold color is globally quite rare.