Come to Eniwa to see what's all the excitement about!!
This is a unique harvest experience where you can enjoy the fresh vegetables in a variety of cooking styles. At Yoshida Farm, visitors can harvest and eat the vegetables there. You will be able to experience the true difference of freshness.
Visitors can experience and learn horse riding supported by instructors. The retired race horses are all good-tempered and obedient. Your instructor will show you how to put on a helmet and riding boots, mount a horse, and make it walk. A nice cup of coffee awaits you after the riding lesson.
Organic vegetables are grown on the first floor of this restaurant. The vegetables are fresh throughout and do not even need to be washed. Re:Leaf is committed to using Hokkaido ingredients in all our dishes, including fresh salads, pastas, rice omelettes, and meat cuisines.
'The regularly held "Nidori no Makiba Show" and "sheep racing" event, herded by shepherds and their dogs, bring a unique farm spectacle in front of the audience. Visitors can also enjoy watching alpacas, llamas, and miniature horses grazing in the pastures, or take a ride on a tractor-pulled car on the popular "Farm Tour".
Using buckwheat flour made in Yogo Nouen, participants can feel like a soba noodle chef, first kneading the buckwheat flour, rolling the dough, and finally cutting the noodles. Enjoy your very own hand-made soba noodles afterwards!
This log cabin café is owned by interior coordinator, MayMe. They serve over 15 kinds of tea, such as Janat tea, decaffeinated tea, fruit tea and so on. They are all selected by the owner herself. They also sell tea leaves and some household goods. You can bring your own bottle and get it filled to go (Tea-to-go spot).