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Haruno-cho, Tenryu-ku, Hamamatsu city

 This district is located at an altitude of 300 meters ~ 600 meters. There are many mountains beautiful flowing streams, and a rich natural environment. Delicious organic tea is produced in this area.


annual tour haruno

Flyer English(PDF)


【Annual Tour of Haruno Town】 will be held.

This event was finished.
Duration: July 29th to July 30th, 2017
Time: 10:00AM-4:00PM
Place: Haruno, Tenryu-ku, Hamamatsu-city, Shizuoka Prefecture.

Natives of the towns as well as transplants will entertain visitors by opening up their homes, studios and gardens.

How to apply: Please refer to the following websites.

【Hunter and Gatherer Organic life tour
―The trip to Haruno, the largest

 village producing the organic tea in Shizuoka pref., and the tasting Gibier―】will be held.

This tour was finished.
 viewing of tea field

Hunter and Gather Organic life tour
Date: May 27th, 2017
Participants: Foreigners and their Japanese friends/family
The tour: An organic tea experience: Drinking organic tea and picking tea buds, as well as a Gibier barbecue
Participation fee: 7,000 yen
Application deadline: May 19th, 2017
How to apply: Please refer to the following websites
Application form(Traditional Chinese character)
Hamamatsu and Hamanako Choitabi Guide (English)

Haruno map
   HARUNO MAP (PDF) front
   HARUNO MAP (PDF) back



【HARUNO MAP】was made!

HARUNO MAP will show you the charm of Haruno; Tea garden scenery, Festival, Souvenirs, Best-kept secret spot...
Three languages indication: English, Traditional Chinese character, Japanese

Per Oscar Brekell
Born and raised in Sweden but a Certified Nihoncha (Japanese Tea) Instructor since 2014. Previously an intern at the Tea Research Center in Shizuoka Prefecture Currently working for Japan Tea Export Council promoting Japanese tea overseas.

Giant Tengu
Giant Tengu

kurisaki en
Kurisakien tea
Mr. Kurisaki, tea producer

Shingu pond
The tea farm trip by Oscar Brekell

 Kurisakien tea farm
  There are many factors that make a visit to the Morimachi and Haruno-cho area in the Western part of Shizuoka more than worthwhile. To begin with, it possesses most of the characteristics that are typical for the Japanese countryside from the picturesque rice paddies to the beautiful tea gardens. It also has a calm over it that is hard to find in the bustling megacities or the crowded tourist magnets that would usually be the most obvious destinations in Japan. Apart from beautiful scenery you will also be able to enjoy local agricultural products, find local crafts and a lot more. Spending just one day in such an environment is both invigorating and refreshing.
→Amagata and Mikura, Morimachi

If you cannot get enough of green hills, make sure to make a stop at the small observatory deck at Seido no Oka. Apart from enjoying the view, this is also a good way to get a grip on the local geography.

  If you are bringing kids along, a stop at the Giant Tengu is also a must. And even if all your fellow travelers happen to be grown-ups, this place makes up a good picture in any case. The great Tengu’s sandals (which represents quite an impressive piece of craftsmanship) are on display in a small wooden house to the left of the face, so make sure that you do not leave straight after taking a picture of everyone in front of the head.

  While in Shizuoka, make sure to enjoy some Japanese green tea. At the Kurisaki farm a wide variety of Sencha (steamed and rolled green tea) produced from different cultivars of the tea plant are offered and the differences in taste and flavor are striking. Tea is not only a delicious and healthy beverage but the plantations also make up great scenery. So while you are at it, make sure to enjoy gazing upon the surrounding tea plantations as well.
→Amagata and Mikura, Morimachi

The trial package tour for international visitor【Meet the people of Haruno】
 weaving with threads of wild silkworms
Weaving with thread of wild silkworm
tea productor
Tea tasting with tea producer at "Yazoen"
lunch in tea field
lunch box
Haruno homemade bento
(Lunch box)
signboard of haruno
Signboard of Haruno-cho
 The trial package tour for international visitor was held on December 11th, 2016. The 9 tour members had experiences: weaving with threads of wild silkworms, Japanese papermaking, Soba-making, tea confectionery, footbath and tea plantation tour, and so on.

【Comments of tour members】
"Very fun and very kind people!"
<Exhibition prize-winning tea tasting>
"I really enjoyed, it was an interesting, completely new experience."
<Tea and confectionery>
"The tea and sweets were delicious and it was nice speaking with the owners and other guests of the house."
<Tea plantation tour>
"The view of the tea plantation was beautiful and weather was perfect. I would have liked to learn more about the tea harvesting process."
"It was beautiful!"

viewing of tea field

Shizuoka Prefectural Government Regional Agriculture Division Economy and Industry Department
〒422-8061 静岡市葵区追手町9-6 TEL:054-221-2689 FAX:054-273-1123