Ecorin Village

Ecorin Village addresses environmental issues and food safety. It is also known for its alpaca and the world’s largest tomatoes.

Aleph Inc., which is best known for its restaurant chain “Bikkuri Donkey,” opened Ecorin Village in 2006. The approximately 40ha village includes the “Galaxy Gardens,” which includes thirty differently themed gardens, and the “Green Pasture,” where visitors can see alpaca and sheep in great proximity. The name “Ecorin” represents the company’s wish to emphasize the connection between humans and the natural environment to contribute to the realization of a sustainable society.” The village features gardens made of recycled materials, composts, earth thermal heat pumps, and anhydrous toilets, which allow visitors to play with flowers and animals as they also deepen their concern for environmental issues. 

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Ecorin Village

Address
Makiba 277-4, Eniwa
Open
Opening hours and closing days vary by facility
Fee
Admission: Adults ¥1,200, Junior High School or younger ¥600
Parking
Free
Telephone
0123-34-7800
Website
http://www.ecorinvillage.com/
Access
Free shuttle bus operated from Eniwa Station on the JR Chitose Line
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