Tateyama, blessed with both the sea and mountains, is a treasure trove of ingredients.

Situated at the southern tip of the Boso Peninsula in southern Chiba Prefecture, Tateyama enjoys the benefits of the warm Kuroshio Current. It boasts a mild climate and rich natural environment, earning it the reputation of a "treasure trove of ingredients." Daily catches include fresh seafood, while the agricultural sector is noted for its high-quality lettuce, loquats, edible rapeseed, strawberries, pears, figs, passion fruit, and a variety of other fruits. The region also produces a diverse range of livestock products, including milk and eggs.
Michinoeki (Roadside Station) Green Farm Tateyama strives to be a beloved "food and experience theme park," offering visitors a chance to immerse themselves in the culinary delights of Tateyama City, highlighted by its abundant agricultural and marine products.
Discover the new allure of the Boso area.