Fodor's Expert Review Daio Wasabi Nojo

Matsumoto Farm/Ranch
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At the country's largest wasabi farm, the green horseradish roots are cultivated in flat gravel beds irrigated by melted snow from the Alps. The chilly mineral water is ideal for the durable wasabi. Tthe farm's products, which range from wasabi cheese to wasabi chocolate and wasabi ice cream (sounds bad, tastes pretty good). You can pickle your own horseradish in one of the 20-minute workshops (¥1,080). The closest train station is Hotaka, 27 minutes (¥320) north along the JR Oito Line from Matsumoto Station. To reach the farm from Hotaka Station, take a 40-minute walk along a path (the station attendant will direct you), rent a bike, or hop in a taxi for about ¥1,300.

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3640 Hotaka
Nagano-ken  399-8303, Japan

0263-82–8112

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