• Nago Pineapple Park Tickets
  • Nago Pineapple Park Tickets
  • Nago Pineapple Park Tickets
  • Nago Pineapple Park Tickets
  • Nago Pineapple Park Tickets

Nago Pineapple Park Tickets

Situated amidst picturesque landscapes of Okinawa, Japan, the Nago Pineapple Park celebrates the significance of pineapples in Okinawan culture. It allows visitors to explore lush pineapple gardens and indulge in pineapple-related activities. With opportunities to pick your pineapples, get lost in a giant pineapple-shaped maze, and savor delicious pineapple treats, Nago Pineapple Park promises a fun-filled and educational adventure for the whole family. So, get ready to bask in the sweet aroma of pineapples and immerse yourself in the world of this beloved tropical fruit. Discover and book your dream experiences easily at TicketsToDo - your one-stop platform for hassle-free ticket bookings! Children aged 0-3 can enter free.

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Last Updated: 24th Apr 2024
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Opening Hours:

Monday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Tuesday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Wednesday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Thursday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Friday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Saturday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Sunday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
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  • Pineapple tour bus: Take a pineapple-shaped tour bus through the park's fields and tropical gardens. You'll learn about the history of pineapple cultivation in Okinawa and see different varieties of pineapples.
  • Pineapple-go: Drive around the park in a self-driving pineapple-shaped cart. This is a fun way to explore the park at your own pace and take in the sights and smells of the tropical plants.
  • Pineapple winery: Visit the park's pineapple winery and learn about the process of making pineapple wine. You can also sample different types of pineapple wine and other pineapple-based products like juice, jam, and candy.
  • Pineapple-themed photo spots: There are many photogenic spots throughout the park, including a giant pineapple statue, a pineapple archway, and a pineapple maze. You can also get your picture taken with the park's mascot, Papimaru-kun.
  • Pineapple products: The park has a large gift shop where you can buy all sorts of pineapple-themed souvenirs, including fresh pineapple, pineapple juice, pineapple candy, pineapple wine, and even pineapple-flavored ice cream.
  • Pineapple Maze: An exciting surprise for visitors is the Pineapple Maze, a life-sized labyrinth shaped like a giant pineapple! This fun and challenging maze takes guests on a thrilling journey through twists and turns while sharing interesting pineapple facts and riddles.

What To Expect

Stepping into Nago Pineapple Park is like entering a vibrant tropical wonderland. As you wander through the Pineapple Garden, you're surrounded by rows of lush green pineapple plants, their sweet aroma filling the air. The sight of pineapples at various stages of growth, from tiny buds to fully ripe fruits, is a fascinating glimpse into the life cycle of this iconic fruit.

The Pineapple Picking activity is a hands-on delight that brings out the child in everyone. Armed with shears, you venture into the fields to select your perfect pineapple. The joy of carefully selecting the ripest, juiciest fruit and plucking it directly from the plant is an experience that stays with you long after you leave the park.

Navigating the Pineapple Maze is a thrilling adventure with surprises at every turn. As you go through the maze's winding paths, you encounter fun pineapple facts and puzzles, adding an educational twist to the excitement. Finally, reaching the center and being rewarded with a panoramic view of the entire park is a moment of triumph and awe.

After all the exploration, the Pineapple Gift Shop beckons with its charming array of pineapple-themed souvenirs and delectable treats. From cute pineapple keychains to mouthwatering pineapple-flavored snacks, it's hard to resist taking a piece of this tropical paradise home with you.

You indulge in a culinary journey of pineapple-infused dishes at the park's restaurant. Each bite is a delightful fusion of flavors, from savory pineapple salads to sweet pineapple desserts. The unique and delicious offerings are a testament to the versatility of this beloved fruit.

As the day draws closer, you reflect on the rich history and cultural significance of pineapples in Okinawa. The interactive exhibitions have deepened your appreciation for this humble fruit and the dedication of the local farmers who carefully nurture it.

From the beauty of the gardens and the thrill of pineapple picking to the intriguing maze and mouth watering treats, the park offers a unique journey that will leave you with cherished memories and a newfound love for this tropical treasure.

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Know Before You Go

Operating hours:

  • Monday to Sunday : 10:00 AM- 6:00 PM (last entry 5:30 PM).
  • A valid form of identification is required during the booking process and upon arrival.
  • Admission is free for children under four years old.


1195 Biimata, Nago, Okinawa 905-0005, Japan
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  • Is there an entrance fee to enter the park?

    There is usually an entrance fee to access Nago Pineapple Park. The ticket prices may vary depending on the visitor's age and the type of activities included in the ticket.

  • Can I pick my pineapples during my visit?

    Absolutely! Nago Pineapple Park offers a delightful Pineapple Picking experience where visitors can pluck their ripe pineapples directly from the fields.

  • Are there any special activities or events at the park?

    Yes, Nago Pineapple Park often hosts special events, shows, and cultural demonstrations related to pineapples and Okinawan traditions. Check the showtimes and events scheduled upon arrival to catch these entertaining performances.

  • How do I get to Nago Pineapple Park using public transportation?

    If you prefer public transportation, you can take a bus to Nago City Bus Terminal and then use local buses or taxis to reach Nago Pineapple Park. Local buses usually run in alignment with the park's hours of operation.

  • Can I buy pineapple-themed souvenirs at the park?

    Absolutely! Nago Pineapple Park has a gift shop that offers various pineapple-themed souvenirs, crafts, and locally made products. It's the perfect place to find unique souvenirs for your visit.

  • Is the park suitable for children and families?

    Yes, Nago Pineapple Park is family-friendly, and children will especially enjoy activities like Pineapple Picking and exploring the Pineapple Playground, equipped with swings and slides.

  • Are there dining options available within the park?

    The park's restaurant offers a range of pineapple-infused dishes and delightful treats. It's a great opportunity to indulge in the flavors of Okinawan cuisine with a pineapple twist.

  • Can I bring outside food and drinks to the park?

    Some parks may have outside food and beverages policies, so checking with Nago Pineapple Park's guidelines beforehand is best.

  • Is photography allowed within the park?

    Yes, photography is generally allowed within the park. Feel free to capture the beautiful scenery and memorable experiences during your visit.