Visit Daio Wasabi Farm - the land like a fairyland in Japan

Fresh green trees, romantic streams and simple leaf houses ... create beautiful, poetic natural scenery like stepping out from ancient film footage for the village of wasabi.

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 Daio Wasabi Farm
If you want to taste pure wasabi, you can look to famous Japanese restaurants. However, if you learn about this famous spice, you must personally visit Daio Wasabi, the famous wasabi farm of Japan. Photo: Flickr.
 Daio Wasabi Farm
A 3-hour drive from Tokyo or 2 and a half hours by train from Nagoya, you will arrive at this enchanting land. Daio Farm is located in Nagano Prefecture, one of the best conditional places in the world to grow wasabi. It spreads over an area of about 155,000 m2, covered by green fields and lush forest. Photo: Karunpon.
 Daio Wasabi Farm
Wasabi is a plant growing in special conditions. They need large amounts of clean water and constant temperature. Therefore, the land possesses many large fields which are meticulously designed with small river and stream system to maintain and provide continuous water. Photo: Hossy8864.
 Daio Wasabi Farm
The largest wasabi farm in Japan produces 130 tons / year, equal to one tenth of the country's total output. The water source of the rivers from the snow melts in the northern Alps. Therefore, the water temperature stays at 13 degrees Celsius all year round. In such pristine conditions, wasabi just can grow best. Photo: Mokokomo.
 Daio Wasabi Farm
Coming to Daio Farm, visitors will be attracted by the beautiful natural scenery, cool and green space of trees. Growing wasabi is a hard work and a feat. From May to October, the temperature rises, the fields are protected from the sun by black grilles. They need constant and meticulous care for 12-18 months, sometimes 2 years in a separate environment to harvest. Photo: PhotoNN.
Daio Wasabi Farm
Old-style wooden wheels, located along the river, are the highlight of the village's natural picture. This is a "neglected" film crew materials, making the scene more romantic and poetic. Photo: Manuel Ascanio.
Daio Wasabi Farm
Here, visitors get free entrance tickets. You can sit by boat, down the river to visit the village with simple, small houses on both sides. Walking along the river is also a valuable experience to feel the whole beauty of this place. Photo: PixHound.
Daio Wasabi Farm
Besides, Daio Wasabi Farm has a cooking class. You can experience cooking dishes using wasabi ingredients for about $ 9.5. In addition, products made from pure wasabi are also attractive suggestions for buying as gifts at a preferential price. Photo: PhotoNN.

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