Hokkaido Konbukan provides information about Konbu (kelps or seaweeds). There are varieties of konbu products such as candies and tea and visitors can try most of them. This place was rather boring for me.
They have a theater which features the konbu (kelp) making process.
The structure of the dome shape theater. Nice or not?
I felt like watching a 2D movie. But the sad thing was the objects in the video kept whirling and made me dizzy. Almost all of us closed our eyes during the 15 minutes video presentation. T__T
Photo source http://www.vjy2010.jp
After the short video clip, we proceeded to the konbu shop.
Konbu tea for testing
Huge bow.... My hubby said I looked like Minnie Mouse. LOL
Fruit picking time!!!
This was the farm that we visited
It was cherry season! Too bad ichigo season was just over T__T
We passed by grape farm too
Can you see the reddish cherries? OMG!
I'm a cherry girl ^^
We could pick and eat as much as we like. But for take-away, 500 yen will be charged for a small packet.
Though the cherries were not sweet as what I expected, but it gave me a sweet experience in Hokkaido ♥♥
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