Sannai Jomon Berry Land is located across a river near the famous Sannai Maruyama Historical Site, the largest discovered Jomon site in Japan and first inhabited 4,500-5,000 years ago.
In this fertile and nature-rich environment that the Jomon people chose to settle in, we have raised our black berries without use of any fertilizers since our inception in 2014.
What’s more, given that there is barely any specialized farm machinery available for black berries, we nurture our products with farmer’s hands and eyes.
Our core mission is to preserve natural farming methods, and the variety of bugs and birds that freely and happily visit our farm prove that we are doing it right.
Combined with the cool climate of Aomori, we are proud to say that this is a perfect place to raise top-quality soft, juicy and glossy black berries.
The Blackberry is a delicious and versatile fruit, belonging to the Rubus genus in the Rosaceae family which also includes the raspberry and dewberry.
They are a good source of fiber, essential vitamins and minerals and have a number of potential health benefits.
The antioxidant content of black berries is higher than other high-antioxidant berries, such as blueberries.
Use frozen black berries to decorate ice-cream or cake.
Or, add them to yogurt.
Easy-to-use frozen crushed black berries are also perfect to make jam, puree or jelly.
With your creative cooking mind, enjoy their unique and refreshing flavor!
|Period||July 25th to September 10th|
|Time||9:00 am to 6:00 pm (last entry by 4:30 pm)|
|What we offer||All you can eat for 90 mins
（Black berries、boysenberries and/or raspberries）
|Admission fee||Adults（Over 13 years old）¥1,200（tax included）
Children（3 to 12 years old）¥700（tax included）
|Raspberries||July 10th to October 20th|
|Boysenberries||July 10th to August 10th|
|Sweet blackberries||July 25th to September 10th|
|Sour blackberries||July 25th to September 10th|
（edible ground cherries）
|From late August|
Car: since it’s farm land, there is no exact address for our farm.
If coming by a car using GPS, please use the address above and look for the wooden sign in the picture below.
Or, if you cannot find the address in your GPS, we recommend that you use the QR code below to find directions from Shin Aomori station to the farm.
Taxi: From Aomori station, it’s about a 15 minute ride.
From Shin-Aomori station, it’s about a 5 minute ride. Please show your driver the following address.
If you need a taxi to get to your next destination, please ask the staff at the reception.
三内縄文ベリーランド 〒038-0031 青森市三内字沢部315-13 向かい