New Ice cream shop and gelato shop at Enomoto Farm Ageo

New Gelato shop at Enomoto Farm on popular cycle course.

Enomoto Farm

Enomoto Farm in Ageo is frequently mentioned in guide books to Saitama with small children, due to the selection of bikes and push along toys kids can play with for free.  In more recent years, it also features in cycling magazines as a suitable place to rest and refresh on the Arakawa cycle course route.  Its most famous acclaim is its delicious ice-cream, or as they call it ‘gelato’, which has been featured on TV. Some say its the best south of Hokkaido!

Gelato Shop at Enomoto Farm

New Ice cream shop and gelato shop at Enomoto Farm Ageo
New Ice-cream Shop at Enomoto Farm

Last March the Enomoto’s built a new ice-cream shop on their premises. They tore down the old shop and replaced it, so the shop does not take away space from the play and rest area. The new shop has more seating than the previous shop.  At a guess it sits about 20 people. The picnic tables and toilets remain the same, as does the play area out by the BBQ pits. 

cycle route map
Cycle route map

Cycle course

They have added a cycle course map and information spot in the rest area. I don’t know which came first, the information or the cyclists, but nowadays there are more cyclists than kids!

Information for cyclists Enomoto Farm
Information for cyclists provided in the rest area of Enomoto Farm

More articles about this farm;

Enomoto Dairy Farm Saitama

Cherry blossoms at Enomoto Farm
Bikes, Trikes, Scooters, Push along rides – all free to use
Enomoto farm bbq area
BBQ Area with old tractor, swing tyres and flying fox to play on

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  1. ah yes, on the arakawa cycle course

    1. I must add that information to the post. Thank you for sharing.

    1. haha! The kids wanted it that day even though it was only 5 degrees. Of course, the 2 year old couldn’t finish hers so I just HAD to eat it. 😉

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