A Vast Selection of Must-Try Tochigi Gourmet Food!

Tochigi, known for its World Heritage Site of Nikko, is packed with charming sightseeing spots that you don't want to miss on your trip to Japan. These include strawberry picking, wearing a kimono, a sake brewery tour, and experiencing traditional Japanese crafts and more. Tochigi is easily accessible from Tokyo by train and bus, so make sure to come here for a special experience! 

  • Solo visitors welcome

    Solo visitors welcome

  • Reservations required

    Reservations required

  • English service available

    English service available

Experience picking strawberries and pears in the fruit kingdom of Tochigi

Strawberry picking

Try six different varieties of unique strawberries to see which you like best

Yoshimura Strawberry Park
Mashiko-machi
  • Solo visitors welcome
  • Reservations required
  • English service available

Enjoy six varieties including Skyberry, Tochiotome, Benihoppe, Akihime, Kaorino, and Moikko. The greenhouses have aisle spaces to accommodate strollers and wheelchairs.

Yoshimura Strawberry Park
Address: 
520 Hanawa, Mashiko-machi, Haga-gun, Tochigi-ken
Access: 
4 minute walk from Kitayama Station on the Moka Railway
Hours: 
9:00 - 16:00
Activity schedule/regular days off: 
Yearly from mid-December to mid-May/Open every day during the season
Required time: 
No time limit
Cost: 
December: ¥1,600, January/February: ¥1,400, March to April 7: ¥1,300, April 8 to May: ¥1,000
Languages: 
Japanese
How to make reservations: 
Same day reservations accepted. Advance reservations are best for large groups. Call to make a reservation.
Reservation contact information: 
Telephone: 0285-72-8189 (Japanese and English)
Website: 
https://strawberrypicking.jp/

Strawberry picking

Strawberry field next to a service area

Mibu Strawberry Farm
Mibu-machi
  • Solo visitors welcome
  • Reservations required
  • English service available

Here you can pick strawberries at the Kita-Kanto Expressway Mibu PA (Mibu Highway Park) without getting off the expressway. Nearby you'll find a toy museum and kids park for enough activities to spend an entire day.

Mibu Strawberry Farm
Address: 
1870-2 Kuniya, Mibu-machi, Shimotsuga-gun, Tochigi-ken
Access: 
20 minute walk from Omocha-no-Machi Station on the Tobu Utsunomiya Line
Hours: 
10:00 - 15:00
Activity schedule/regular days off: 
Yearly from early January to early May/Closed Monday and Tuesday
Required time: 
30 minutes
Cost: 
Adult: ¥900 - ¥1,500, child (6-12 years): ¥800 - ¥1,300, child (5 years and younger): ¥650 - ¥850 (Changes depending on the season)
Languages: 
Japanese, English
How to make reservations: 
Advance reservations required. Call or use the reservation form on the website to make reservations. Cancellations are accepted up to one day in advance (Same-day cancellation up to 6:00 accepted when the reservation form is used to make advance reservations).
Reservation contact information: 
Telephone: 0282-28-6915 (Japanese and English), reservation form: http://mibu-ichigo.com/reservation (Japanese and English)
Website: 
http://mibu-ichigo.com

Strawberry picking

All you can eat sweet, famous Tochigi strawberries

JA Ashikaga Agriland
Ashikaga-shi
  • Solo visitors welcome
  • Reservations required
  • English service available

At this farm you can enjoy picking Tochiotome strawberries, the specialty of Tochigi, the strawberry kingdom. These berries are large, juicy, and have the perfect balance of sweetness and tartness.

JA Ashikaga Agriland
Address: 
362 Okubo-cho, Ashikaga-shi, Tochigi-ken
Access: 
7 minute walk from Ashikaga Flower Park Station on the JR Ryomo Line
Hours: 
10:00 - 16:00
Activity schedule/regular days off: 
Yearly from early January to early May/Closed Monday (open when Monday falls on a national holiday), store open every day during the season
Required time: 
30 minutes
Cost: 
Adult: ¥1200 - ¥1,700, child (3-6 years): ¥600 - ¥900 (Changes depending on the season)
Languages: 
Japanese
How to make reservations: 
Advance reservations required for 10 persons or more. Call to make reservations.
Reservation contact information: 
Telephone: 0284-91-0005 (Japanese, simple Chinese)
Website: 
https://www.jaashikaga.or.jp/agriculture/strawberry/

Fruit picking

Enjoy seasonal fruit picking

Roadside Station Utsunomiya Romantic Village
Utsunomiya-shi
  • Solo visitors welcome
  • Reservations required
  • English service available

Enjoy a variety of seasonal fruit picking activitiies year-round, including strawberries, apples, pears, chestnuts, etc. After picking some fruit, you can also enjoy a dessert made from your harvest if you like. (10 persons or more) You can also enjoy hot springs and shopping inside the roadside station.

Roadside Station Utsunomiya Romantic Village
Address: 
The location differs depending on the activity. (Reception desk: Enishi Travel inside Roadside Station Utsunomiya Romantic Village / 254 Nissato-machi Hei, Utsunomiya-shi, Tochigi-ken)
Access: 
The location differs depending on the activity. (Reception desk: Enishi Travel inside Roadside Station Utsunomiya Romantic Village / 43 minutes by Kanto Expressway bus to Romantic Village from JR Utsunomiya Station, get off at Shomen gate mae)
Hours: 
Differs depending on activity
Activity schedule/regular days off: 
Differs depending on the tour. See the website for tour details.
Required time: 
40 to 90 minutes (approximate)
Cost: 
Differs depending on activity
Languages: 
Japanese and English (differs depending on tour)
How to make reservations: 
Apply on the official site. For inquiries, fill out the inquiry form (https://enishi-travel.jp/contact/) or send an email (info@enishi-travel.jp).
Reservation contact information: 
info@enishi-travel.jp (Japanese and English)
Website: 
https://enishi-travel.jp/

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Experience real Japanese traditional crafts!

Kura-no-Machi Pleasure Boat

Gaze at a picturesque traditional storehouse town from a boat

Kuranomachi Yuransen
Tochigi-shi
  • Solo visitors welcome
  • Reservations required
  • English service available

Enjoy a pleasure cruise of about 20 minutes down the Uzuma River on a small, old-fashioned craft called a "Tsugabune" while you gaze on the traditional storehouses signifying the vestiges of an Edo period merchant town. The songs and simple way of talking of the boatman lend an air of culture to the journey.

knomachi Yuransen
Address: 
2-6 Yamato-cho, Tochigi-shi, Tochigi-ken
Access: 
10 minute walk from Tochigi Station on the JR Ryomo Line or Tobu Nikko Line
Hours: 
10:00 - 16:00 (10:00 - 15:00 December to February)
Activity schedule/regular days off: 
Year round/Open 365 days a year (Does not operate during bad weather, high/low water)
Required time: 
Approx. 20 minutes
Cost: 
Adult: ¥700, child (12 years and under): ¥500
Languages: 
Japanese (English, Korean, Taiwanese CDs available)
How to make reservations: 
Advance reservations required for 10 persons or more. Call, fax, or email to make reservations. For fax and email, include the name of the applicant, contact information, cruise date/time, number of persons.
Reservation contact information: 
Telephone/fax: 0282-23-2003 (Japanese), email: yuransen@cc9.ne.jp (Japanese and foreign languages)
Website: 
http://www.k-yuransen.com/

Dressing a Kimono

Walk around the World Heritage Site of Nikko in a rented kimono

Utakata Nikko Shop
Nikko-shi
  • Solo visitors welcome
  • Reservations required
  • English service available

This kimono rental shop is just about a ten minute walk from the World Heritage Site area. There are a variety of kimonos for both women and men, and accessories that the staff will coordinate with your outfit. Visitors can leave their car in the parking lot while strolling through the town.

Utakata Nikko Shop
Address: 
918 Nakahatsuishi, Nikko-shi, Tochigi-ken
Access: 
4 minutes by Tobu Bus bound for Chuzenji Lake from JR or Tobu Nikko Station, get off at the Nikko City Hall stop
Hours: 
9:00 - 18:00
Activity schedule/regular days off: 
Year round/No fixed holidays
Required time: 
60 minutes and up (Differs depending on the plan)
Cost: 
1-day rental (to 17:30), ¥4,104, trial (1 hour) ¥1,620
Languages: 
Japanese, English
How to make reservations: 
Advance reservations required. Call or use the reservation form on the website to make reservations. Cancellation fee charged 3 days before the scheduled date, cancellations accepted via phone.
Reservation contact information: 
Telephone: 0288-53-6465 (Japanese and English), reservation form: https://www.luxe-nikko.com/%E3%81%94%E4%BA%88%E7%B4%84-rreserve/ (Japanese and English)
Website: 
https://www.luxe-nikko.com/

Dressing Samurai Armor

Transform into a samurai by wearing traditional armor!

Ashikaga Information and Communication Space
Ashikaga-shi
  • Solo visitors welcome
  • Reservations required
  • English service available

Change into a suit of samurai armor at the Ashikaga Information and Communication Space and stroll through the cobblestoned historic town visiting the Ashikaga Gakko, Banna-ji Temple, which is a national treasure, etc. Experience a trip back in time while dressed in the distinguished garb of a warrior.

Ashikaga Information and Communication Space
Address: 
1-2673-1 Tori, Ashikaga-shi, Tochigi-ken
Access: 
5 minute walk from Ashikaga Station on the JR Ryomo Line
Hours: 
9:00 - 17:00, armor wearing Hours:  9:30 - 14:00 (Must be returned by 16:00)
Activity schedule/regular days off: 
Year round/Closed every third Monday (Closed the following day when Monday falls on a National holiday), Year End holidays
Required time: 
90 minutes
Cost: 
¥3,500
Languages: 
Japanese
How to make reservations: 
Advance reservations required (up to 10 days in advance). Email or call to make reservations. When emailing, download the reservation form from https://www.ashikaga-kankou.jp/spot/kimono, print it, fill it in, then scan and send as an email attachment or include the information (applicant's name, address, telephone no./fax, emergency contact information on the scheduled date, planned date/time, number of people (women and men separate) in the email. Cancellations accepted up to one day in advance.
Reservation contact information: 
Email: yugakukan.kimono@gmail.com (Japanese and English), telephone: 0284-41-8201 (Japanese)
Website: 
https://www.ashikaga-kankou.jp/spot/kimono

Visiting Sake brewery

Delicious, safe, fun Japanese sake carefully brewed from quality rice

Tentaka Sake Brewery
Ohtawara-shi
  • Solo visitors welcome
  • Reservations required
  • English service available

This brewery has continued to craft dry Japanese sake using safe organic ingredients and traditional methods. Tours of the brewery show visitors the care that goes into their equipment, tools of the trade, and techniques. You can taste and purchase sake at the adjacent shop.

Tentaka Sake Brewery
Address: 
2166 Hiruhata, Ohtawara-shi, Tochigi-ken
Access: 
30 minutes by car from Nishi-Nasuno Station on the JR Tohoku Main Line
Hours: 
9:00 - 17:00
Activity schedule/regular days off: 
Year round/Closed January 1
Required time: 
30 or 60 minutes
Cost: 
30 minute tour: free, 60 minute tour: ¥540 (Cost of sanitary clothing)
Languages: 
Japanese, English
How to make reservations: 
Advance reservations required. Call weekdays between 9:00 - 17:00 to make reservations. Cancellations accepted up to one business day in advance.
Reservation contact information: 
Telephone: 0120-41-3959 (Japanese and English)
Website: 
http://tentaka.co.jp/en/

Japanese Paper making

Traditional Karasuyama Washi Japanese Paper making

Washinosato
Nasukarasuyama-shi
  • Solo visitors welcome
  • Reservations required
  • English service available

In this mountain village in Nasukarasuyama, washi Japanese paper is made using time-honored methods. Visitors can view the workshop as paper is made and try making paper themselves. The Karasuyama Washi Kaikan located in the city has washi on display and for sale.

Washinosato
Address: 
599 Koharazawa, Nasukarasuyama-shi, Tochigi-ken
Access: 
15 minutes by car from Karasuyama Station on the JR Karasuyama Line
Hours: 
9:00 - 17:00
Activity schedule/regular days off: 
Year round/Closed Tuesday
Required time: 
60 minutes
Cost: 
2 postcard size pieces: ¥600, 3 B3 size pieces: ¥1,800
Languages: 
Japanese
How to make reservations: 
Advance reservations required (up to three days in advance). Call or use the reservation form to make reservations. The reservation form can be downloaded at the following URL. Cancellations accepted by the morning up to one day in advance.
Reservation contact information: 
Telephone: 0287-82-2100 (Karasuyama Washi Kaikan, Japanese)
Website: 
http://www.fukudawashi.co.jp

Japanese Paper making

Hikoma Washi Japanese Paper making carried on since the Edo period

Hikoma Washi Kaikan
Sano-shi
  • Solo visitors welcome
  • Reservations required
  • English service available

Hikoma Washi is strong, and difficult to crease, which is why it is used in sliding paper doors, etc. Visitors to the Hikoma Washi Kaikan can try a hands-on paper making, and view and purchase the Hikoma washi products such as bookmarks and postcards on display and for sale.

Hikoma Washi Kaikan
Address: 
2299 Hikoma-cho, Sano-shi, Tochigi-ken in Nekoya Forest Park
Access: 
45 minutes by municipal bus from Tanuma Station on the Tobu Sano Line, get off at Nekoya Forest Park
Hours: 
9:00 - 16:00
Activity schedule/regular days off: 
Every weekend, national holiday, and weekdays from July 20 - August 31/Closed Monday to Friday (Open when those days fall on a national holiday), closed Tuesday from July 20 to August 31
Required time: 
5 minutes
Cost: 
Postcard size: ¥700
Languages: 
Japanese
How to make reservations: 
Advance reservations required (up to one week in advance). Email to make reservations. Download the reservation form from the following URL, fill in the required information, and send as an email attachment.

DOWNLOAD

Reservation contact information: 
Email: kankouj@city.sano.lg.jp (Sano City Hall, Tourism and Sports Division, City Tourism Promotion Section, available Languages:  Japanese, simple English)

Mini broom making

Kanuma brooms, a traditional craft carried on since the Edo period

Osakaya Yume Hokiten
Kanuma-shi
  • Solo visitors welcome
  • Reservations required
  • English service available

Established in 1704, this old store sells traditional Kanuma brooms and daily necessities. Visitors can make a small, cute Good Luck Mini Broom on the second floor. This item is perfect for light cleaning or as a decoration.

Osakaya Yume Hokiten
Address: 
1703-8 Naka-machi, Kanuma-shi, Tochigi-ken
Access: 
10 minute walk from Shin-Kanuma Station on the Tobu Nikko Line
Hours: 
8:00 - 19:00
Activity schedule/regular days off: 
Year round/No fixed holidays
Required time: 
Approx. 35 to 40 minutes
Cost: 
Adult: ¥1300, child (12 years and under): ¥1000
Languages: 
Japanese
How to make reservations: 
Advance reservations required for 7 persons or more. Call to make reservations. Cancellations accepted up to the day of the reservation.
Reservation contact information: 
Telephone: 0289-62-2076 or 090-9642-9544 (Japanese and English)
Website: 
http://www.yumehouki.sakura.ne.jp

Magatama bead making

Make a Magatama bead while learning about history

Tochigi Archaeological Research Center
Shimotsuke-shi
  • Solo visitors welcome
  • Reservations required
  • English service available

Magatama beads are a special type of stone ornamentation made by the ancient Japanese, and thought to signify a badge of honor or as granting protecting. Try a safe, easy Magatama bead making activity while experiencing the culture of the ancient people of Japan.

Tochigi Archaeological Research Center
Address: 
474 Murasaki, Shimotsuke-shi, Tochigi-ken
Access: 
Approx. 15 minutes by taxi from JR Koganei Station
Hours: 
9:00 - 16:30
Activity schedule/regular days off: 
Every Sunday from 10:00/Closed Year End and New Year holidays, check the website for other days off
Required time: 
90 to 120 minutes
Cost: 
Free of charge
Languages: 
Japanese (English and Chinese information sheet available)
How to make reservations: 
Advance reservations required (up to 2 days in advance of your desired date (Friday) by 16:00). Email to make reservations. Download the reservation form from the following URL, fill in the required information, and send as an email attachment.

DOWNLOAD

Reservation contact information: 
Email: webmaster@maibun.or.jp (Japanese and simple English)
Website: 
http://www.maibun.or.jp/index.html

Viewing ukiyo-e

Take your time and enjoy the ukiyo-e of Utagawa Hiroshige

Nakagawa-machi Bato Hiroshige Museum of Art
Nakagawa-shi
  • Solo visitors welcome
  • Reservations required
  • English service available

This museum has a collection of nearly 4,500 pieces, including the original paintings and woodblock prints of Utagawa Hiroshige, calligraphy of Tokutomi Soho, and other crafts. The building itself was designed by world-renowned architect Kengo Kuma, and worthy of a look in its own right.

Nakagawa-machi Bato Hiroshige Museum of Art
Address: 
116-9 Bato, Nakagawa-machi, Nasu-gun, Tochigi-ken
Access: 
50 minutes by Kanto Bus bound for Bato Shako from Ujiie Station on the JR Utsunomiya Line, get off at Muromachi
Hours: 
9:30 - 17:00 (Final entry at 16:30)
Activity schedule/regular days off: 
Year round/Closed Monday (Closed the following day when Monday falls on a National holiday)
Required time: 
Approx. 60 minutes
Cost: 
Adult: ¥500, students (15-22 years): ¥300, under 15 years: free, additional fee for special exhibits
Languages: 
Japanese
How to make reservations: 
Reservations not required.
Website: 
http://www.hiroshige.bato.tochigi.jp/english

Onsen Experience

Enjoy the Three Major Japanese Skin Beautifying Springs in the hot springs and spa house

Roadside Station Kitsuregawa
Sakura-shi
  • Solo visitors welcome
  • Reservations required
  • English service available

This roadside station is relaxing for its retro, simple Japanese architecture. It has a large bathing facility with an open-air bath and spa house where swimsuits are allowed, all in the same building. You'll also find a foot bath where you can casually enjoy the Three Major Japanese Skin Beautifying Springs.

Roadside Station Kitsuregawa
Address: 
4145-10 Kitsuregawa, Sakura-shi, Tochigi-ken
Access: 
20 minutes by car from Tohoku Expressway Yaita IC
Hours: 
9:00 - 18:00, hot springs: 10:00 - 23:00, spa house: 10:00 - 20:00
Activity schedule/regular days off: 
Year round/Closed second and fourth Mondays (Closed the following day when Monday falls on a National holiday)
Cost: 
Adult: ¥500, child (6-12 years): ¥300, under 6 years: free
Languages: 
Japanese
How to make reservations: 
Reservations not required.
Website: 
http://michinoeki-kitsuregawa.jp/

Experience Tochigi crafts

Yuki Tsumugi shopping

Find a variety of traditional woven silk goods

Oyama Honba Yuki Tsumugi Craft Museum
Oyama-shi
  • Solo visitors welcome
  • Reservations required
  • English service available

Authentic Yuki silk goods are traditional woven silk items made all by hand, requiring over 20 different steps to craft. Here you can purchase items made from scrap pieces and thread. There is a wide variety of items including handwoven yarn and hair decorations, shawls, etc. On the first Monday of each month, a thread spinning and weaving demonstration are presented.

Oyama Honba Yuki Tsumugi Craft Museum
Address: 
3-7-1 Chuo-cho, Oyama-shi, Tochigi-ken, Roble Building 1F
Access: 
Close to JR Oyama Station
Hours: 
9:00 - 18:00
Activity schedule/regular days off: 
Year round/Closed December 30 to January 1
Cost: 
Spun thread: ¥108 and up, hair decoration: ¥540 and up, etc.
Languages: 
Japanese
How to make reservations: 
Reservations not required.
Website: 
http://www.city.oyama.tochigi.jp/soshiki/42/368.html

Mashiko Pottery shopping

Choose an item as a souvenir in this pottery town

Mashiko Ware & Café Restaurant Kokoro
Mashiko-machi
  • Solo visitors welcome
  • Reservations required
  • English service available

This shop sells cozy Mashiko ware items and Japanese sundries. There are many items that are easy to use and reasonably priced. The food in the adjacent café is served on Mashiko ware dishes.

Mashiko Ware & Café Restaurant Kokoro
Address: 
138 Jonaisaka, Mashiko-machi, Haga-gun, Tochigi-ken
Access: 
16 minute walk from Mashiko Station on the Moka Railway
Hours: 
10:00 - 18:00, café: 10:00 - 17:00
Activity schedule/regular days off: 
Year round/No fixed holidays
Cost: 
Tokusa pattern free cup: ¥1,296, flower pattern curry dish: ¥2,808, etc.
Languages: 
Japanese
How to make reservations: 
Reservations not required.
Website: 
http://mashiko.shokokai-tochigi.or.jp/co_dat/s041k-b_b.htm

Fun experiences for kids

Riding a steam locomotive

With plenty of displays and goods for sale, this museum is a must-see for steam locomotive fans

SL Kyurokukan
Moka-shi
  • Solo visitors welcome
  • Reservations required
  • English service available

Inside the building, visitors can view and board a Class 9600 steam locomotive and old passenger cars, while the outside features a rare Class D51 steam locomotive on display. Items ordered in the café can be enjoyed in the SuHaFu 4425 car. Steam locomotive goods are also available for sale.

SL Kyurokukan
Address: 
2474-6 Dai-machi, Moka-shi, Tochigi-ken
Access: 
Located close to Moka Station on the Moka Railway
Hours: 
10:00 - 18:00, steam locomotive ride: weekends and holidays, 10:30, 12:00, 14:30
Activity schedule/regular days off: 
Year round/Closed Tuesday (Closed the following day when Tuesday falls on a National holiday)
Required time: 
30 minutes
Cost: 
¥300 (Entry to SL Kyurokukan free of charge)
Languages: 
Japanese
How to make reservations: 
Reservations not required.
Website: 
http://sl-96kan.com/

Making ice cream

Enjoy authentic ice cream making only available at a dairy

Nasu Kogen Minamigaoka Dairy
Nasu-machi
  • Solo visitors welcome
  • Reservations required
  • English service available

Guernsey cows are raised here, of which there are only about 200 in all of Japan. Their milk is rich with a refreshing aftertaste. Visitors can make ice cream from freshly harvested milk.

Nasu Kogen Minamigaoka Dairy
Address: 
579 Yumoto, Nasu-machi, Nasu-gun, Tochigi-ken
Access: 
35 minutes by Kanto Bus bound for Nasu Highland Park via Rindo Lake from JR Kuroiso Station, get off at Minamigaoka Dairy
Hours: 
8:00 - 17:30, ice cream making: from 13:30
Activity schedule/regular days off: 
Year round/Open 365 days a year
Required time: 
40 minutes
Cost: 
¥1080
Languages: 
Japanese (English instruction sheet available)
How to make reservations: 
Reservations given priority, same-day reservations are accepted. Call or use the inquiry form on the website to make reservations.
Reservation contact information: 
Telephone: 0287-76-2150 (Japanese), inquiry form: https://www.minamigaoka.co.jp/contact/ (Japanese and English)
Website: 
https://www.minamigaoka.co.jp/

Canoeing

Enjoy an easy canoe experience in a reservoir surrounded by nature

Nature Planet
Nasushiobara-shi
  • Solo visitors welcome
  • Reservations required
  • English service available

Because there is no current in this reservoir, even novices can enjoy canoeing. Simply put a life jacket on over your regular clothes to enjoy a casual canoe ride. The clean air and occasional creeping mist over the surface of the lake make for a dreamlike atmosphere.

Nature Planet
Address: 
Itamura Reservoir Canoe Tour Meeting Spot: 3090-6 Momura, Nasushiobara-shi, Tochigi-ken at the Itamura Nature Study Center
Access: 
30 minutes by car from Tohoku Expressway Nasu IC
Hours: 
9:00 - 17:00
Activity schedule/regular days off: 
Yearly from mid-April to mid-November/Open every day during the season
Required time: 
120 minutes
Cost: 
Adult: ¥5500, child (6-12 years): ¥4,500, child (3 years and up): ¥2,000
Languages: 
Japanese, simple English
How to make reservations: 
Advance reservations required. Call (up to one day in advance) or email (up to 3 days in advance) to make reservations. Cancellations accepted up to one day in advance.
Reservation contact information: 
Telephone: 0288-78-1177 (Japanese), email: info@nature-planet.com (Japanese and English)
Website: 
http://www.nature-planet.com/contents/canoe/

Horseback riding

Great even for beginners! Enjoy horseback riding in a lush green space

Mibu Equestrian Club
Mibu-machi
  • Solo visitors welcome
  • Reservations required
  • English service available

This equestrian club hosts the Mibu Jumping Horse Show, which showcases techniques where horses jump over hurdles. Easy to follow lessons are available from beginner to advanced riders in dressage and hurdle jumping techniques accordingly.

Mibu Equestrian Club
Address: 
2123 Kuniya, Mibu-machi, Shimotsuga-gun, Tochigi-ken
Access: 
5 minutes by car from Kuniya Station on the Tobu Utsunomiya Line
Hours: 
9:00 - 16:00
Activity schedule/regular days off: 
Year round/Closed Monday (Closed the following day when Monday falls on a National holiday)
Required time: 
Trial horseback riding: approx. 30 minutes, hurdle jumping and horseback riding: approx. 40 minutes
Cost: 
Weekdays: ¥5,200, weekends/national holidays: ¥6,300, separate fee for horseracing
Languages: 
Japanese, simple English
How to make reservations: 
Advance reservations required (up to one day in advance). Call to make reservations. Cancellations accepted up to the day of the reservation.
Reservation contact information: 
Telephone: 0282-82-0446 (Japanese and English)
Note: This information is current as of March 2019. Fees and facilities information is subject to change. Make sure to check the official website before finalizing plans.