Village "Ohito Zuisenkyo" of health and healing

Experience-based program full of variations
In "village, Ohito Zuisenkyo of health and healing in valley of center (Izunokuni-shi) of Izu Peninsula," it begins from plum, cherry tree of the New Year and provides various experience-based programs that can participate from nature game, making soba experience, infant including nature walk to old people commencing with visit of nature agricultural methods (Ohito farm) and milking experience at Ohito ranch, animal contact experience casually while various flowers are in full glory through one year and give people visiting space of healing.
Access parking

・Person who comes by car
 From Tomei Expressway Numazu IC, Shintoumei Nagaizumi Numazu IC 50 minutes (use of Izu traversing way)
 Or from Atami via Tomei Expressway Atsugi interchange Odawara approximately 25 minutes
・Person who comes by train
 From Izuhakone Railway Takyo Station taxi 20 minutes
 From JR Ito Line Izu-Taga Station taxi 20 minutes

 Available (possible 200 parking)


■Making soba experience (the beginner's class) course
2,000 yen (adult) 1,000 yen (child) (and tax-included authorization charges)

■Experience made with butter
1,500 yen (tax-included)

Business hours

From 9:00 to 16:00

Regular holiday

・Every Thursday (but, in May, without holiday in April) ※I would like prior confirmation.

Information & photo

We can try with "making soba experience" using reliable safe raw materials of natural agricultural methods product. We present "making soba certificate" (the beginner's class) to person of experience-based course end.
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Making soba experience (the beginner's class) course

We observe process of milk production at dairy farming education farm authorization ranch (Ohito ranch) and are course experiencing the making of butter. In late years it is used as on-site training of kindergarten, elementary school.
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Milk production visit and experience made with butter

We see and play

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