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Kofu’s best food and drink experiences
Enjoy savouring local specialties including the famous Hoto Noodles and a selection of excellent local wine! Farms where you can pick your own strawberries are also open to the public in winter and spring.
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Kofu Station
↓Approx. 20 min by car
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Strawberry Farms in Omagari-cho

Enjoy picking your own strawberries!
  • Strawberry Farms in Omagari-cho
  • Strawberry Farms in Omagari-cho
  • Strawberry Farms in Omagari-cho
  • Strawberry Farms in Omagari-cho
  • Strawberry Farms in Omagari-cho
  • Strawberry Farms in Omagari-cho
  • Strawberry Farms in Omagari-cho
Omagari-cho in Kofu city is home to many strawberry farms. Sweet and tasty strawberries are available at these farms during winter and spring.
Approx. 10 min by car
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Fudoki no Oka Farmers’ Market

Sample fresh, locally produced vegetables!
  • Fudoki no Oka Farmers’ Market
  • Fudoki no Oka Farmers’ Market
  • Fudoki no Oka Farmers’ Market
  • Fudoki no Oka Farmers’ Market
  • Fudoki no Oka Farmers’ Market
  • Fudoki no Oka Farmers’ Market
  • Fudoki no Oka Farmers’ Market
  • Fudoki no Oka Farmers’ Market
  • Fudoki no Oka Farmers’ Market
  • Fudoki no Oka Farmers’ Market
Fudoki no Oka Farmers’ Market offers locally grown fruit and vegetables. Popular produce includes fresh sweet corn, peaches and grapes.
Approx. 30 min by car
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Sadoya Winery

The most historic winery in Kofu city
  • Sadoya Winery
  • Sadoya Winery
  • Sadoya Winery
  • Sadoya Winery
  • Sadoya Winery
  • Sadoya Winery
  • Sadoya Winery
  • Sadoya Winery
  • Sadoya Winery
With a history stretching back one hundred years, Sadoya Winery offers tours and tasting experiences along with French cuisine at the on-site restaurant.
Approx. 2 min by car
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Koshu Yumekoji

A shopping complex in the heart of a traditional Japanese castle town
  • Koshu Yumekoji
  • Koshu Yumekoji
  • Koshu Yumekoji
  • Koshu Yumekoji
  • Koshu Yumekoji
  • Koshu Yumekoji
  • Koshu Yumekoji
  • Koshu Yumekoji
  • Koshu Yumekoji
  • Koshu Yumekoji
Koshu Yumekoji is home to a wide range of shops offering local produce including a variety of local wines and traditional crafts. The complex also has a number of restaurants and cafes where visitors can enjoy regional cuisine and sweets.
Approx. 10 min on foot
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Hoto Noodles

Traditional dish of Kofu
  • Hoto Noodles
  • Hoto Noodles
Hoto Noodles are a traditional dish of Kofu consisting of simmering thick, flat noodles cooked together with in-season vegetables in miso soup. Hoto Noodles with fluffy and sweet Kabocha squash are a favourite local staple! Legend has it that the famous warrior Shingen Takeda who ruled over Kofu enjoyed Hoto Noodles as a meal between battles.
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Chicken Motsuni

Popular gourmet
  • Chicken Motsuni
  • Chicken Motsuni
  • Chicken Motsuni
  • Chicken Motsuni
Chicken Motsuni is a dish of braised chicken offal with soy sauce and sugar. Local Izakayas and Soba noodle restaurants often offer this dish as a starter. The rich and flavoursome taste is a perfect pairing for sake or red wine!
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Yamanashi Wine

Kofu is the birthplace of wine making in Japan
  • Yamanashi Wine
  • Yamanashi Wine
  • Yamanashi Wine
  • Yamanashi Wine
  • Yamanashi Wine
  • Yamanashi Wine
Kofu is the birthplace of wine making in Japan. Started with techniques learned in France 140 years ago, today there are 80 wineries in Yamanashi. Koshu wine made from locally produced Koshu grapes creates a perfect pairing with Japanese cuisine. Visitors can join tours and enjoy tasting regional wine at four wineries in Kofu. A variety of local wine can be enjoyed at cafes and restaurants in the city.
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