“Hati” is an Indonesian word that means “heart.”
“Hati-Hati”, which is two hearts together, means
o take care, or to do something carefully.
Meeting many new people has opened new doors,
and their warmth and encouragement
are what supports Murata’s Farm.
Just as we pick each and every strawberry carefully with two hands,
we will put our whole heart into all of our future encounters with new people.
This is the passion that we have poured into Hati-Hati.
This is a lounge room in the fields.
We want to offer people who love our strawberries
the chance to rest and relax, even for just a short time,
in the midst of the fields of Hokota.
It has always been our dream to make delicious jam with strawberries from Murata’s Family Farm.
We reached out to Weniko of Maison Weniko, who trained at Maison Ferber in France’s Alsace region.
Containing only natural ingredients, such as cane sugar and herbs, Confiture de Murata is made with traditional French techniques.
Once the big copper pot is on the stove, it has to be watched constantly.
Everything is done completely by hand, so we can only make it in limited quantities.
Even so, this is the kind of jam we have always dreamed of making with our strawberries.
Welcome to our lounge room in the fields.
At Hati-Hati, we offer fresh drinks made with strawberries from our farm. Enjoy the straight delicious strawberry flavor of our Strawberry Smoothie, our lightly sweetened, rich and thick Strawberry Shake, or the effervescent freshness of our Strawberry Enzyme Cider.
You can enjoy these strawberry-packed drinks, in which the strawberries take center stage, all year round, no matter the season.
Also keep an eye out for our richly fragrant White Strawberry Shake,
which is available for a limited time only while our white strawberries are in season.
To perfect our delicious coffee, which we start to drip-brew only after we receive your order, we learned from the prestigious coffee purveyors, Saza Coffee.
Enjoy the ultimate bliss in a cup with us.
Lounge Room in the Fields, Hati-Hati
796-14 Konaji, Hokota, Ibaraki Prefecture, 311-1414 (inside Murata’s Farm)