Glamping at Namegata Farmers Village offers guests the chance to experience a luxurious stay in the heart of the Ibaraki countryside. Meals during stay make full use of the farm's produce for a true farm-to-table experience. There are two types of glamping to choose from; fully air-conditioned renovated shipping containers or luxury tents with night sky views. Which option you choose, glamping offers a chance to escape day to day routine and spend time with friends and loved ones in the relaxing nature of Ibaraki. For the ultimate in relaxation, head to the nearby onsen hot spring on the shores of Lake Kitaura.
The Ultimate BBQ Experience
Namegata Farmer's Village is just an hour and 20 minutes' drive from Tokyo Station. The spacious glamping area features a BBQ space. For guests staying in the campsite's renovated shipping containers, the ultimate BBQ package feauturing freshly picked vegetables is included in their stay. Guests booked with the tent package are free to bring their own ingredients and make use of the BBQ facilities.
Truly Farm to Table
Namegata Farmer's Village is home to a range of attractions and facilities including a farm shop, farm-to-table restaurant, dried sweet poptato tasting bar, lotus root farm and insect habitat woodlands. If you're after a souvenir of your visit, don't forget to pick up a bottle of sweet potato syrup, the perfect accompaniment to desserts and bread, or even in cooking to add extra flavour to Japanese dishes.
A hands-on theme park for sweet potatoes!
You can get a feel for agriculture at a facility built using the abandoned cultivated land and the former Yamato No. 3 Elementary School building. In addition to a tour of the manufacturing plant, you can learn more about Yakiimo at the Yakiimo Museum, where you can enjoy an exhibition where you can learn about Yakiimo using sweet potatoes, a specialty product of the city of Fukui. Also, in the factory zone, you can not only experience the ingenuity of how to bring out the sweetness of oysters, but also have an amazing experience of entering the freezer at -30 degrees! At the newly-created university, we are also tasting delicious oysters that are "the best in Japan." In addition, you can purchase Oimo sweets and vegetables of your whereabouts as souvenirs.