Nago Pineapple Park E-Tickets

Overview

Visit Okinawa's quirky Nago Pineapple Park, a pineapple-filled theme park! Ride the pineapple train that runs through the park and enjoy pineapple-based sweets and drinks at the restaurant. And don't forget to pick up some pineapple-themed souvenirs!

Highlights

  • Visit Nago Pineapple Park, one of Nago City's most popular tourist attractions
  • Shop for unique pineapple-themed sweets, wine, and even cosmetics
  • Learn about the history of pineapple, the origin of its name, and how to enjoy its delicious taste
  • Perfect for pineapple lovers — enjoy pineapple-based sweets and beverages to your heart's content!
  • Ride in an self-driving cart and move around the park with ease

Key Information

Important Information

• The facility may close, but will generally remain open in inclement weather. Attractions, touring routes, or events may be slightly modified to provide the safest and most comfortable experience for guests, depending on the day's actual conditions • Admission is free for children aged 3 or younger • Please present your e-voucher on your smartphone for entry on the day of your visit. Note that presenting your e-voucher on a device other than a smartphone, such as a tablet, may not be accepted for entry *Please confirm in advance that your smartphone can connect to the Internet before entering the park

Description

Nago Pineapple Park in Nago City, Okinawa Prefecture, is a popular tourist spot where you can eat, enjoy, learn, and buy all things pineapple! Known as a pineapple paradise, Nago Pineapple Park introduces its visitors to as many as 200 varieties of sweet and juicy pineapples as well as other tropical fruits. Feel free to tour Nago Pineapple Park in any way you like. Some visitors choose to explore the entire park on foot, while others take a slow, easy 10-minute cart tour in a self-driving cart. Those who prefer to enjoy each area at their own pace are encouraged to see it on foot. There are various photo spots throughout the park, including in the Botanical Gardens. For families with small children, a ride on the Mega Animal Garden x PineappleSL pineapple train is recommended. This is a fun spot for both young and old. And definitely don't forget to try the actual pineapple fruit! Be sure to check out the lineup of sweets and drinks including fresh pineapple juice, pineapple wine, pineapple tarts and parfaits, and other pineapple sweets. The facility's restaurant, Palm Tree, also offers classic Okinawan dishes such as Okinawan soba noodles and taco rice. Before leaving Nago Pineapple Park, don't forget to check out the souvenir shop! Unique sweets such as sponge cakes filled with pineapple pulp and 'chinsuko' (Okinawan shortbread cookies), as well as cosmetics like pineapple soap and facial wash made with pineapple charcoal are available for purchase. For visitors to Okinawa, Nago Pineapple Park is not to be missed!

How it works

1. After your booking is confirmed, your e-voucher will be sent to you in an email 2. You will need to exchange your e-voucher for an admission ticket on the day of your visit. At the facility, present your e-voucher on your smartphone at the ticket counter to exchange for your ticket 3. Enter Nago Pineapple Park with your admission ticket! Note: • Your ticket is a flexible ticket available for use anytime within 6 months from the date of booking • You can visit anytime within the validity period after your reservation, so you cannot specify the date and time of admission while booking • Tickets are non-refundable

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