Nordic Walking in Tanna Basin

Sightseeing information about Nordic Walking in Tanna Basin in Japan.

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Nordic Walking is enhanced version of walking with Nordic poles, it's a great physical activity and aerobic exercise by using whole body. Regardless of age, sex, or physical constitution, any people can have fun with Nordic Walking. Not only to exercise, you also enjoy the view of beautiful Tannna-Basin.

Fee: 500 yen (250 yen for rental poles)
Period: throughout the year
Duration: 90 min~
Venue: Dairy Farming Kingdom Oratche
Address: 349, Tanna, Kannami-cho, Tagata-gun, Shizuoka Prefecture
Tel: 055-974-4192

*Schedule may subject to change due to weather condition.
*This activity is available for only a group of 20 - 120 people. Booking in advance is required.

Airport/Sta.Kannami station (about 4km) Google Transit


4.05 months ago

It’s a good place to stop by if you have kids when you are traveling from east to west izu or vice versa. Free admission and free parking. You can buy food for animals for 100 yen. To milk the cow is 300 yen but you can only do 5 squeezes which I thought was a bit rip off. We spend 1000 yen to have kids ice cream. One ice cream making experience would have been enough doe 6 of us. They sell local food on weekend and I enjoy buying their local food.

Overall kids had great time.

4.03 months ago

Although a little expensive, they have free car parking and a few things for the kids to do. By the way, they have the single best soft-serve ice creams in the world.

4.05 months ago

go on a weekday. the place will be very quiet

4.09 months ago

you can receive warmly cows and sheep other many kind of animals
tested fresh milk butter and yogurt

4.03 years ago

Love it here. The animals are well looked after. Made ice cream with the kids - great fun. Went on to do the stamp rally in the Corn Maze - a hot hot feat in the middle of Summer... Be warned 😅💦also the restaurant offers Meat on the menu - although it is hard to eat the goat on the menu, after just feeding his friends in the farmyard.