Meet the smallest horses in Japan - locally bred in Ehime
Nomauma Highland is home to the local breed of Nomauma ponies, the smallest horses in Japan. The farm is also surrounded by some incredible natural beauty. Guests can get up close to the horses, measuring just 120cm, in their three well-maintained ranges. Children can enjoy horse riding in their 100m ring. The farm shop “Makiba Kan” offers original products and snacks, along with a learning space where you can discover the local culture and history through the stories of these little horses.
- Eastern Area of Ehime (Toyo)
|Business Hours||Horse riding: 1 - 3pm (Weekdays), 10am - 12pm, 1 - 3pm (Weekends and public holidays)|
|Days Closed for Business||Closed on Tuesdays (except public holidays, in which case the farm is closed the next working day) and 29 December to 3 January|
Horse riding: 200yen per lap (Children 3- 12 years) *Children must be under 35kg to ride.
|Parking||150 car parking spaces and 4 coach parking spaces available|
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