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Iizuna Town Recruitment of Iizuna Town apple farmer tour participants

Iizuna Town
Recruitment of Iizuna-cho apple farmer tour participants
~ This is your chance to talk directly with the apple growers in Iizuna Town ~
Iizuna Town, Nagano Prefecture will hold an “Iizuna Town Apple Farmer Tour” for those who have entered the “Iizuna Apple Sweets Contest” to be held in October this year. While visiting the apple farm, you can talk directly with the producers about various varieties and cultivation methods.
[Image 1:×2016.jpg] [URL] Implementation date September 12, 2023 (Tuesday) Participant capacity 20 first arrival (minimum number of participants 5) Tour itinerary (schedule)
10:30 Gather at Nagano Station
After that, you will be transferred by microbus.
11:15-12:00 Visit the Iizuna Apple Museum
Village supporters will guide you through the varieties of apples harvested in Iizuna Town and their characteristics. 12:30-13:30 Lunch (Sobadokoro Yokotei)
13:45-14:30 Apple farm visit (1)
14:45-15:30 Apple farm visit (2)
In addition to farm field tours, producers will introduce the varieties they are cultivating and their cultivation methods. 15:45-16:15 Farmer’s Market (Iizuna Marche Mu-chan)
Free time to buy apples, etc.
17:30 Arrive at Nagano Station Dismiss
Participation application ・Please apply from the application form below. [Application form] ・Application deadline [Monday, August 28, 17:00] Participation conditions 5th Iizuna Apple Sweets Contest Limited to those who have completed the entry to (Entries for the competition will be accepted until 17:00 on Monday, September 11th.) [Iizuna Apple Sweets Contest]
Participation fee, etc. ・Free (Please pay for local souvenirs yourself.) ・The following amount will be uniformly paid as a round-trip transportation fee to Nagano Station. Outside the prefecture (place of residence): 10,000 yen Within the prefecture (place of residence): 3,000 yen
[Image 2:×347.png] Frédéric Madeleine, a judge of other competitions, will also participate! Mr. Frédéric Madeleine Owner and Chef of “Patisserie Le Pommier” Originally from Normandy, France. In 1997, he worked as a chef pastry chef at “Dalloyau France” after working at many famous restaurants such as patisserie and three-star restaurants in France. In 1999, he was selected as the chef patissier of “Dalloyau Japon” and went to Japan. In October 2005, he opened “Le Pommier” in Setagaya, Tokyo. In 2009, he was awarded the Chevalier Medal for Merit in Agriculture by the French government.
[Customer inquiries] Secretariat of the 5th Iizuna Apple Sweets Contest (Nagano Economic Research Institute Research Department Public Solution Group) Ishida, Yoshida, Kuraishi, Hirano TEL:
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