Ringo to Budou no Ki Cafe in Kurume

For one of the best apple pies

By Haruka Saijo    - 1 min read

While enjoying breathing in the fresh countryside air of Fukuoka, I suddenly realized the scent of baked apples. I was at one of the most popular cafes in Kurume, Ringo to Budou no Ki. It means ‘The Tree of Apples and Grapes,’ and as you can tell from the name, they are famous for their fresh apple pies and orchard full of apples, grapes and other fruits. There is a souvenir shop, a café, a restaurant, and you can also go fruit picking in the orchard. You won't want to miss out if you’re in the Kurume area.

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Haruka Saijo

Haruka Saijo @haruka.saijo

A Japanese university student that used to live in Canada, not so Japanese, loves traveling, enjoys experiencing anything new and exciting, and has passion for music.