Senbonmatsu (Thousand pine trees) Farm

Address 799 Senbonmatsu, Nasushiobara
Phone 0287-36-1025
Store hours 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.(Attraction reception by 4:00 p.m.)
Open:Seven days a week

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Prince Matsukata Masayoshi who served as prime minister twice obtained this land from Nasu Development Corporation, and opened a western style farm in 1893.

This is how Senbonmatsu Farm opened.

There were wild Japanese red pine trees densely back then, the prince named them "Senbonmatsu" (thousand pine trees), and it became the name of this area. Many pine trees still grow thickly, and the area is on the list of "100 topmost sightseeing spots in Tochigi."

Special information

* Enjoying nature

  There are ranch, tourist path, cycling course, etc.

* Petting animals

  Milking trial, areas where you can contact with animals, horseback riding, dog park, etc.

* Playing

  hot-air balloon, cycling, putter golf course, etc.

* Relaxing in hot springs

  There are healing spots such as Senbonmatsu Hot Spring, footbath and reflexology.

* Eating delicious food!

  All-you-can-eat mutton barbecue, popular ice cream, etc. are recommended.

* Buying souvenirs

  Senbonmatsu Farm's proud milk, ice cream, yogurt, butter, cheese, etc.