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Nago pineapple park sightseeing

Nago Pineapple Park is a theme park that focuses on the techniques of pineapple cultivation. It also offers an opportunity for a free tram ride through the park. The park is home to several animations in the indoor area. One of the main attractions is the Seashell Museum on the park’s grounds.

The park also houses a gift shop, in which you can purchase an item that is about the park. The park also has a garden that features an old Japanese fighter plane dating from World War II. Nago Pineapple Park is filled with beautiful features, including an aquarium and a small fountain that houses various species of fish.

0.66 percent of the people who visit Okinawa include “Nago pineapple park sightseeing spot” (also known as “名護パイナップルパーク観光スポット” in the Japanese Language) in their plans.

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Nago Pineapple Park is a miniature theme park that is dedicated to the Okinawa pineapple industry which was established in 1935. The park is known for being the “theme park that is full of Southern flowers and fruits,” you can encounter both in your visit to this fascinating attraction in Nago City.

The farm’s pineapples boast more than a hundred varieties of pineapple, and 1,000 species of tropical plant and fruit-bearing trees, such as papaya and mango.

Self-driven golf cars (decked with pineapple as well, of course) that travel around the park’s gardens, are in continuous operation, and the automatic guides are available with guides in Japanese, English, Korean and Chinese. 


When you’re done touring take a trip inside to visit the exhibit on pineapples, which includes information about this delicious fruit. The pineapple factory that is located next to it offers an uncommon opportunity to witness the cutting of pineapples in the process. It is only visible every two or three days per week.

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