Coco Farm and Winery

Founded in 1950 as a boarding school for underachieving kids, it gradually evolved into a self-supporting vineyard, produced its first wine in 1980, established ties with Sonoma vineyards, then hired a California vintner, and provided the sparkling wine for the G7 summit in Okinawa in 2000. Per-glass prices range from ¥300 to ¥1000, with a variety of hors d’oeuvres at a similar range of prices. A sample of three wines and matching hors d’oeuvres can be ordered for ¥2000. Winery tours cost ¥500 per person; five Coco Farms wines can be sampled for ¥500.

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Information

  • Direction: deep in a valley north of Ashikaga; by car take Route 293 north and follow the Coco Farm signs; by taxi from JR Ashikaga, budget ¥2000 each way
  • Open Hours: Gift shop open daily 9:30AM to 5:30PM; cafe open daily 11AM to 4PM; winery tours at 11:00, 1:00, 3:00; closed 31 December through 2 January
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Contact

  • Address: Tajima-cho 611
  • Phone Number: +81 284-42-1194
  • FAX: 0284-42-2166
  • URL: http://www.cocowine.com/english/english.html
  • Email: office-m@cocowine.com

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