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Harvesting in farm and making pizza

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Experience hosted by Kota

3 hours
Includes food, drinks, equipment
Up to 8 people
Hosted in English

What you'll do

After meeting you, I`ll take you to farm and you can enjoy harvest seasonal vegetable or fruits. After harvesting, we walk through country road watching beautiful landscape including paddy field. We go to traditional farmer`s warehouse renovated with my friends and let`s make original pizza there by using fresh vegetables or fruits just harvested. Pizza baking oven is made by metal barrel and must-see as well. Our farm is close to the station where Super station master cat `Nitama`.

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What's included

  • Food
    Pizza topped fresh vegetables of fruits harvested nearby.
  • Drinks
  • Equipment
    Boots, work gloves, Scissors
From ₹3,250
/ person
No dates available

Meet your host, Kota

Host on Airbnb since 2016
  • Identity verified
I moved from Tokyo to Wakayama in 2018 to spend a life surrounded by nature. I made an organization named `Oike Farm` to reuse abandoned farm and gives varios experience related to agriculture with friends in Wakayama. When our organization officially started, a local newspaper company named `News Wakayama` interviewed to us and an article introducing our activities was all over the paper. Besides, when Edamame beans harvesting and experience of making pizza was held, Japan`s sole public broadcaster NHK also come to shooting and interview.
The`re too many tourists in big cities and difficult to have a relaxing time these days. Kinokawa city, wakayama pref is close to Kansai international airport but I believe people can enjoy bucolic landscape!
I moved from Tokyo to Wakayama in 2018 to spend a life surrounded by nature. I made an organization named `Oike Farm` to reuse abandoned farm and gives varios experience related to agriculture with friends in Wakayama. When our organization officially started, a local newspaper company named `News Wakayama` interviewed to us and an article introducing our activities was all over the paper. Besides, when Edamame beans harvesting and experience of making pizza was held, Japan`s sole public broadca…
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Where you'll be

Wakayama, especially Kinokawa city is called `Kingdom of fruits`. Aside from mandarin (Mikan), we have figs, peach, kiwi etc dpending on the season. Vegetables such as broccoli, pumpkin, eggplant etc are also fresh and tasty. From the farmer`s warehouse, you can see spacious and beatiful paddy field. It must be instagrammable!

Things to know

Cancellation policy

Any experience can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase, or at least 7 days before the experience starts.

Guest requirements

Up to 8 guests of all ages can attend.

What to bring

Towel, clothing you can get dirty