[Tohoku Touring] [Fukushima Prefecture] Motorcycle trip to Iwase Farm! A solo trip where you can be refreshed by animals and magnificent nature

Hello, I’m _hiroyuki.ta, a moto blogger.

This time, I took my beloved Harley Sports Glide (FLSB) on a tour to Iwase Farm in Kagamiishi-cho, Iwase-gun, Fukushima Prefecture.


What is Iwase Farm?


Iwase Farm is a farm located in Kagamiishi Town, Iwase District, Fukushima Prefecture. It was cultivated in the Meiji era as Japan’s first Western-style ranch, and is still used to raise livestock such as cows, horses, and sheep.

Route to Iwase Farm

It takes about 2 hours to reach Iwase Farm from central Tokyo via the Tohoku Expressway and National Route 4.

The specific route is as follows.

  • From central Tokyo take the Tohoku Expressway towards Koriyama
  • Get off at Koriyama Junction on the Tohoku Expressway
  • Take National Route 4 towards Iwase
  • To Iwase Farm

Highlights of Iwase Farm


The highlights of Iwase Farm can be broadly divided into the following three areas.

Vast Meadow

Iwase Farm has a vast pastureland of approximately 1,000 hectares. Livestock such as cows, horses, and sheep graze freely on the meadows, allowing you to enjoy the idyllic scenery.

Environment rich in nature

Iwase Farm is located on the banks of the Abukuma River and is surrounded by a rich natural environment. Wild birds such as ducks and dragonflies fly around the meadow, and seasonal flowers bloom in full bloom.


At Iwase Farm, you can enjoy activities such as horseback riding, buggy riding, and pony riding. There is also a restaurant and cafe on the farm, where you can enjoy gourmet food unique to the farm.

Iwase Farm motorcycle parking lot

There is one motorcycle parking lot at Se Ranch.

  • Iwase Farm Parking Lot

This is a parking lot right next to Iwase Farm. It has a capacity of approximately 200 vehicles and is free of charge.



Iwase Farm is a popular tourist spot where you can enjoy a variety of activities amid vast pastures and a rich natural environment. How about enjoying the vast meadows and the bounty of nature while touring by bike?