Added by on 2016-08-01

Nagano Daio Wasabi Farm – 大王わさび農場 – 4K Ultra HD : Located in Nagano and close to Matsumoto and it’s gorgeous castle, the Daio Wasabi Farm is one of Japan’s largest wasabi farms. It is a very popular tourist destination for both wasabi lovers and fans of the 1989 movie “Dreams”, directed by the late great Akira Kurosawa, that used the location’s unique scenery as the backdrop to the movie. There you will be able to experience the distinctive wasabi flavor in different forms like ice cream, croquette, burgers and even beer. You will also have the chance to roam freely around different wasabi fields and see how people are cultivating it! Also, and unlike many other plants, wasabi is extremely sensitive and difficult to cultivate on a large scale. Only a few places in Japan, including Nagano prefecture, Iwate prefecture and the Izu peninsula in Shizuoka prefecture are ideally suited for the large scale growing of wasabi. Finally it is also worth noting that wasabi’s growth is highly dependent on its water source and the cleaner the water is, the better the cultivation of the wasabi will be. To Subscribe to this Channel, click here!! : For any questions, Inquiries or if you are looking to acquire some of our rush, please contact us here: Love this video? Feel free to share it among your friends or even better embed it on your website! Twitter : @TokyoStreetView Facebook : Pinterest : Blog : Instagram : Vine : Related PostsMiracleGro AeroGarden Ultra Indoor Garden with Gourmet Herb Seed KitAeroGarden Ultra LED Indoor Hydroponic System Unboxing, Setup and Breakage (My Fault)Miracle Gro AeroGarden ULTRA Indoor Garden with Gourmet Herb Seed Pod KitMiracleGro AeroGarden Ultra LED Indoor Garden with Gourmet Herb Seed KitReview: Miracle-Gro AeroGarden […]

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  • Yakuza Boy 1 year ago


  • SithSereyPheap1 1 year ago

    Absolutely breathtaking scenery.The Japanese people have great respect for nature….

  • Alejandro Aranda 1 year ago

    Good lord… Japan you are too damn beautiful