Shikisai no Oka
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Mic C
Tokyo Prefecture, Japan130 contributions
Jul 2020
Absolutely stunning! This "rainbow field" is definitely our favourite one in the area. The parking fee is waived if you purchase the food at the restaurant on the second floor of the entrance building. Very fair and reasonable. The food was good too. Highly recommended and must visit!
Written July 23, 2020
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AndraYo
Tokyo, Japan1,359 contributions
Sep 2019
What a colorful experience! September, 3:30 in the afternoon we had a marvelous tour of the colorful, striped fields. We rode in the tractor-pulled wagons which had side covers as it had just rained. Not crowded at all, but the hills require lots of walking & we thought it might be muddy. A whole field of sunflowers. And with the mountains across the horizon!
Written March 23, 2020
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Anastasia C
21 contributions
We planneed for this farm out of the many as it came very highly recommended by friends, and it wad well worth it. From it names, lots of floral colors to see in all four seasons, even in Aug (well past the lavender season) there were beautiful rolling fields of red and yellow flowers - plenty of postcard shots taken! BIG PLUS: they have a huge sun flower field too!
2 points to note: icecream you'd get everywhere so dont bother, but the melon and fresh tomato and corn (ask for yellow, not the white ones) and potato cakes SHOULDNT BE MISSED! Lots of tourists groups, its a huge place so they wont step on your toes but just keep your calm.
Written August 19, 2014
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Richard Z
53 contributions
Dec 2019
We visit in the winter so there's no flower field, but they offer snow motor rides. It's a lot of fun, but the safety standard is questionable. Our tour guide touted it as "so safe that anyone who can ride a bicycle won't have problem", in fact it takes at least some strength to control the motor, somewhat like cart racing. And there's no safety belt. A lady from our group fell off and was crushed under the motorcycle. Luckily it was not serious, but the park had no solution for that and in the end our tour company offered to take her to hospital.
There's an Alpaca farm nearby where you can pay to feed and touch them, it's not very impressive.
Written December 29, 2019
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Bryan T
Genting Highlands, Malaysia136 contributions
May 2018
Visited Shikisai no Oka on the 20th of May.

It was a clear day and the mountain range was well defined with the great visibility.

Only the tulip garden was in full bloom but this alone made for great photo opportunities!

Entry into the park is 200¥. Although it isn’t compulsory, it is highly suggested that you do so as it helps the good people here with the maintenance.

Besides the flowers, you can visit the alpaca ranch within the park where it costs 500¥ per entry and 100¥ for a basket of feed which contains 8-10 lettuce leafs. This is a great experience for first time encounters with these amazing animal.

Additionally, there are buggies and carts which can be rented for a reasonable fee during this period. I however did not see anyone doing so.

You can expect to spend anywhere from 30 minutes to a couple of hours in this lovely park. Add 15-45 minutes if you were to visit the alpacas! Like most of Hokkaido, parking is plenty and free of charge.
Written May 20, 2018
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Wander & Wonder
Singapore, Singapore1,644 contributions
Dec 2018 • Family
Went to ride on snowmobile at Shikisai no Oka. This is a flower garden in summer/autumn but turns into a snowmobile centre in winter. We went on a snowmobile each and followed a tour guide along a snow circuit over hills. We stopped at the top of a hill where the snow was more than knee deep. We took many nice photos and memories. The snowmobile ride was very enjoyable. Must visit and try.
Written December 25, 2018
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S102OOdaniell
Singapore, Singapore1,332 contributions
Dec 2016 • Couples
Came here after hearing about their snow boarding experience, want to see it for myself! Amazing views, some of the sight seeing places are breath taking, a must come if you're a nature lover!

Scenery: 4.5/5
Ambience: 4/5
Cleanliness: 5/5
Physical Ease: 4/5
Fun: 5/5

Attractions
Snow Biking: 4.5/5

The Good: Snow biking in a winter region with all the chills and all the frills! For 15,000 Yen, a couple can get a snow biking trip around the area which I highly recommend!

The Bad: Weather was really really cold, bring the entire gear along, and extra protection for the camera! Otherwise we quite liked it!

Bottom Line: I would say come here for the visuals, it's marvellous! As for repeated trips, I would consider if the weather is favourable.
Written December 19, 2016
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BeyondBanality
Singapore287 contributions
Sep 2016
This is one of the tourist stops but there were hardly any as we arrived early (at 9am). Unlike other flower farms in the area, this is set on a hill, so pictures look more impressive (you can capture a large expanse of flowers from the top looking down). Multicolored rows - very impressive. Free to enter but JPY200/pax donation is encouraged.

The farm is small enough to walk around, but you can also ride the golf buggies at a ripoff price (JPY1500/2000 for 2/4pax for 15 minutes). There were ATVs there too, but the track is limited to a very small and uninteresting area of the farm (not near the flower fields) so we didn’t try. small alpaca farm (pay to enter).

Pictures and trip report on my blog (link in profile).
Written September 5, 2016
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thislittlem
United States60 contributions
Jul 2015 • Friends
hmm, unfortunately I didn't think much of this place. Firstly, wasn't off to a good start since I followed the Japanese guide books which stated that you take a cab from the Bibaushi Station and it's just about a 3~5 min drive to the farm. I would have walked the 2.8KM but with an elderly mom, I figure it would be more convenient to take a cab. Problem is, there are actually no cabs at the station and to call for one, you'd need to have a cellphone on you which I didn't. There is a bicycle rental station nearby so if you're able to cycle, then great. If you need some caffeine, there is a cafe in a cute little house right by the station.

The walk to the farm is a good 30 mins. We were fortunate that a Japanese couple stopped and gave us a ride. I visited right in the heart of peak season - mid-July and the place was swarming with tourists who arrived in bus loads. The area though is large so it wouldn't feel too crowded. The area itself is quite nice (basically rows of flowers, similar to Farm Tomita with a pretty backdrop) but it all felt a tad commercialized. Avoid the tractor/tram ride which costs 500Yen a person and basically takes you around the farm, in 10 mins. Problem is, it's so bumpy that taking a photo is almost impossible and the spot where they stop to let you take pics - that viewpoint, you can easily walk to from the entrance in 5 mins.

Purchased some fresh produce -tomato, melon- at the front which was great but still paled in comparison to some of the other produce I tried from some of the other farms in the area. To get a cab back to the station, you just have to go to the office at the front and pay 10Y to use the phone and call for me. It costs slightly under 1000Y to return to the Bibaushi Station.
Written July 23, 2015
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tRust_7
Singapore, Singapore78 contributions
Jul 2012 • Friends
It was up the mountain, view to the valleys and villages are unblocked!!
A wide open field of flowers. Less commercialized tourists so you could take your time to enjoy the bloom.
Written July 9, 2012
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