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Home - Travel - Sightseeing Guide - Okinawa - Honto
Nago Pineapple Park
# 6   of 21 most visited sights
in Okinawa Island

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Pineapples have been cultivated on Okinawa as an agricultural product for around a century. However, due to the arrival of lower priced pineapples from overseas, the industry has suffered in recent decades. As a result, some farms are now promoting the fruit as a tourist attraction. The Nago Pineapple Park, a small, enjoyable theme park about pineapples, is a result of such promotion efforts.

The admission ticket to the park includes a ride on an automatic vehicle through pineapple fields and a tropical garden, and all-you-can-sample pineapple products in the adjacent souvenir shop. Among the various products are pineapple wines, juices, cakes, chocolates, as well as dried and fresh pineapple. During certain times of the year, it is also possible to observe how pineapples are pealed, cut and canned in a small factory on site.

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How to get there
On April 1, 2014, the consumption tax increased from 5% to 8%, causing widespread changes to transportation fares. This page has not been updated yet, and some of the fees and fares in this section may not be up-to-date.

The Nago Pineapple Park is located just outside downtown Nago City on the Motobu Peninsula in northern Okinawa Honto, about 75 km from Naha.

By bus

Take highway bus number 111 from Naha to Nago Bus Terminal (90 minutes, 2040 yen from Naha Bus Center; 105 minutes, 2130 yen from Naha Airport; 1-2 buses/hour) and transfer to infrequently departing bus number 70 to Meio Daigaku Iriguchi (名桜大学入口, 20 minutes, 380 yen, 5 buses/day).

By car

By car, take the Okinawa Expressway from Naha all the way to its northern end near Nago (1000 yen one way) and then follow regular roads to the Pineapple Park. In total, the journey takes about 90-120 minutes one way (more during rush hours).

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Hours and Fees
On April 1, 2014, the consumption tax increased from 5% to 8%, causing widespread changes to admission fees. This page has not been updated yet, and some of the fees in this section may not be up-to-date.

Hours:9:00 to 18:00
Closed:No closing days.
Admission:600 yen

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