Hirosaki Apple Park

A family-friendly park where you can experience apple picking

Hirosaki Apple Park covers an area of approximately 9.7 hectares, with 2,300 apple trees and around 80 varieties. This is a spot where visitors can try apple harvesting and also the opportunity to try these delicious varieties from this famous apple region in a variety of forms.

Visitors can pick apples in the park from early August to mid-November. The taste of freshly-picked apples is exceptional! The time of the year when you can experience it varies depending on the growing conditions, so please check in advance. Visitors can freely stroll along the garden paths and enjoy the beautiful view of Mt. Iwaki beyond the apple orchard.

Ringo no Ie (Apple House) sells about 1,200 apple-related products, including original local handicrafts made with apple motifs and apple sweets. At the snack corner, enjoy apple curry, apple sundaes, cider, and other apple delicacies. At the Hirosaki Cider Kobo Kimori, visitors can learn about cider brewing.

There is also a playground and a picnic area, which is popular with families.

There is also the Former Osanai Family Residence in the park, a reconstructed farmhouse where old farm equipment is on display, and the Tsugaru Folktales, where folktales are told in the Tsugaru dialect on weekends and holidays from April to November.

General Information

Free (There is a fee for experiences)
Opening Times
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (*It is also possible to walk in the park outside of hours)

Apple Picking Experience
Early August to mid-November (330 yen per 1 kg)
●20 minutes by car from Owani Hirosaki IC on the Tohoku Expressway
●20 minutes by bus from JR Hirosaki Station
Car Park
460 spaces (free)
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