Located in Sunagawa, Hokkaido, Iwase Farm is famous for their homemade ice cream made from their pride milk with genuine raw milk avor. A 90-minute train ride away from Furano where the TV program “Kitano Kunikara” was lmed, the farm has approximately 200 cows grazing on their 40-hectare ranch deep in the mountains of Kamoi. As wild birds sing and Hokkaido deer and squirrels run about the mountains, the untouched nature possesses a feeling of magnanimity. Surrounded by the boundless sky and luscious green, and blessed with nature’s bounty and energy from the earth, this is where Iwase Farm’s fresh milk is produced. Based on their policy of providing the “genuine taste” to as many people as possible, Iwase Farm delivers fresh products to customers all over the country. In order to deliver the “genuine taste” to more customers, Iwase Farm hopes to improve their brand and product visibility by selling their products at commercial facilities such as shopping malls.
Iwase Farm’s “Strawberry Mille-Feuille” and “Cheese Chip” won the gold medal at the 2012 FOODEX Gotochi Ice Cream Grand Prix. Moreover, Iwase Farm’s so cream was chosen second place among so creams sold at expressway parking areas. e secret to their success is the thick milk avor that leaves no aertaste.
Headquarters: 237 Ichinosawa Sunagawa, Hokkaido 073-0107
TEL: 0125-53-5071 FAX: 0125-53-2322
Capital: 5,000,000 yen
President and CEO: Kazuhiko Morikawa
Senior Managing Director: Yasuko Iwase