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Suikawari: Watermelon Pinata

Suika スイカ is Japanese for watermelon. Wari (割り), when combined to Suika (スイカ) means splitting. Thus, the aim of this traditional Japanese game, is in the name itself: You just need to split the watermelon.

Strawberry Picking at Chiba’s Famous Dragon Strawberry Farm

Just 50 minutes outside of Tokyo, the famous Dragon Blueberry and Strawberry Farm in Chiba Prefecture has attracted visitors from within Japan and beyond. Its greenhouse style farm allows each individual all-you-can-eat strawberries for half an hour, leaving visitors to wander their vibrant green rows and indulge in the honey-sweet taste of strawberries straight from the source!

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