Just like the roof tiles and earthenwares crafted by our ancestors, Kawarakeya people continue to engage in creative activities that are in harmony with the nature of its particular location. It is our great pleasure to introduce these natural regional features into our strawberries.
You can purchase our fresh strawberries from December to May. During the season you can also do strawberry picking. Please make a reservation beforehand. It takes about 10 minutes by car to get here from Tsukuba railway station. We are looking forward to your visit!
You can pick and eat our fresh strawberries
in our greenhouse.
You can buy our fresh strawberries and handmade jams online. （Japanese Only）
Kawarakeya” was the name of this area until 1955. The area is alluvial plain with very fertile land. Until about 50 years ago, the people here used to make roof tiles that were very well known. These roof tiles ware called “Kawara” in Japanese. “Kawara” is the origin of this area’s name “Kawarakeya”. We think that both roof tiles and our products are blessings from nature. We work in harmony with nature in growing our berries just like our ancestors did when they were creating “Kawara” - roof tiles.
Please note that we may not be able to answer your call while we are working. We will make every effort to return your call, but if you do not receive a call back after a certain period of time, we apologize and ask you to call back again.
In this area, people used to own goats as livestock. By eating grass along the river bank, goats provided milk as a source of protein for humans, and manure for plant nutrition. Goats are our role-model as they make good use of natural blessings to create good things.
All of our staff live in this area. We are very much looking forward to your visit.