My family's Sunday afternoons are dedicated to enjoying lunch and good times with friends. This week we chose an unusual business combination in Yomitan Village. Nakagawa Farm is a farm as well as a restaurant, a petting zoo, a meat supplier, and banquet hall.
The property features several cows, horses, deer, chickens, turkeys, ducks, rabbits, sheep, and goats as well as a monkey, peacock, llama, and turtle. The menu features horse, duck, beef, pork, and goat meat dishes. Signs on the wall advertise renting out the entire farm for a festive office or school party. For those preferring to cook horse courses at home Nakagawa sells raw meat as well.
The prices are 500 to 600 yen for most meals except horse, duck or goat soup that price out at about 800 yen.The petting zoo is free. Nakagawa Farm is located just off of Route 16 in Yomitan and is open daily from 10:00 ~ 22:00.
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