Nago Pineapple Park

Sightseeing information about Nago Pineapple Park in Japan.

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Let's jump on a cute vehicle with pineapple-shaped rooftop and explore the pineapple field! This automated vehicle will show you through a theme park filled with tropical plants and fruits. This is a great place to breath refreshing air and sample everything about pineapples - wines, juice, cakes made with pineapples, plus fruits fresh from the trees. Family tourists will find this place very enjoyable.

The Palm Tree restaurant in the park, offers Okinawa's specialities including the famous tako-rice (taco-flavored beef and rice) and goya champuru (bitter melon stir-fry). The most amazing is the 37cm-tall pineapple parfait, which you might want to share with friends and families. Pineapple-related products abound in the souvenir shops.

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Airport/Sta.Naha Airport (about 55.6km) Google Transit


4.05 months ago

This little park is definitely something I would recommend for children. There is a go cart that self drives throughout the park will taking pictures of you for purchase and telling you all about how the pineapples grow. Very educational! If you wear something that has pineapples on it, you'll get free pineapple sorbet! If you're an adult, I definitely recommend trying the pineapple wine. It's free, just make sure you have a designated driver in your group.

4.04 months ago

There's not a ton to do for the price. However, it was cool to ride the pineapple train from the parking lot. They also have a little pineapple car that takes you through the park, which is super cute! After that you walk around this small garden and get to sample wines. It's mostly indoors and/ or shaded. It's a nice place to visit once or twice. The soft serve is delicious!

4.03 months ago

I learned a lot about pineapples, which was neat. We only went here because I absolutely love pineapple, so we had a pretty good time. It wasn’t busy when we went, so that was a plus but the latter half of the “park” was just a series of shops.

Our daughter did thoroughly enjoy the dinosaur part of the park, though. There’s not much of a reason to return for, other than the shops, but the thought of paying just to enter a shop kind of rubs me the wrong way. If you can enter the shop without paying, then I would return for some tasty pineapple snacks.

Overall a nice place to visit with kids or for people who love pineapple.

5.05 months ago

Pineapple Park is more for kids but it doesn't mean adults can't have fun. People just take pictures here when walking around, but the main attraction is all the pineapple products for sale at the marketplace. There's a bunch of tasty pineapple treats and drinks to sample. I enjoyed tasting the different wines and my favorite was the white one (I forgot the name but it wasn't too strong and tasted like juice). Wish I had more time to shop, but if I did I might have bought everything.

2.03 months ago

This place is a total scam racket set up to fleece you of all your money. It starts off fun as you drive around the pineapple farm in the Pineapple express train truck looking at all the cute little pineapples. When you finally arrive at the station, you are transferred to a self driving golf cart that drives you around the exotic garden inside. You're not allowed to take photos as you go and are stopped at key locations where photos are taken off you and later sold to you for 3000 yen. Then you get to walk around the catwalks above where the golf carts take you, looking at the same plants and flowers you just looked at. The pathway leads you to a snack bar where you can buy pineapple ice cream, pineapple juice, pineapple fruit, and other stuff. Once you leave there it's more walking out to the pineapple fields where you can take a picture with a giant pineapple. All along the walkways they have these little furry pineapple dolls set up that will record and repeat what you say to them. Once you walk through the same areas you just drove through you arrive at the dinosaur section. Why dinosaurs? They are all animatronic and look somewhat real except for the giant caster wheels that are used to move them around. Once you finally get clear of that you arrive at the gift shop. This is a gift shop like no other. It is huge. Bigger than the park. It is in sections so you don't notice how big it is until you escape. They start by serving you wine so as to slow you down. Next comes cake and sweets all pineapple flavored. Then real pineapples and other fruits. Then noodles went on and on and I had to escape. I finally found the exit and sat outside waiting for my family to find me.

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