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Kamikawa-gun, Biei-cho, Hokkaido
+81 166-92-4378
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meh........another tree

totally dont get why the trees in this area are so popular that they have so many people hankering... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
silverspire
,
Singapore, Singapore
Can skip

Do not need to purposely go there because of a tree. Biei itself has a lot of attractions you can... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Jia S
,
Penang
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  • Average46%
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3 weeks ago
“meh........another tree”
3 weeks ago
“Can skip”
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Kamikawa-gun, Biei-cho, Hokkaido
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+81 166-92-4378

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

totally dont get why the trees in this area are so popular that they have so many people hankering to see them...no issues skipping this in totality imo.

Thank silverspire
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Do not need to purposely go there because of a tree. Biei itself has a lot of attractions you can go.

Thank Jia S
Reviewed July 9, 2017 via mobile

Our mum must be thinking we were crazy to drive all the way to take picture if a tree, and no more. But there are many tour buses and cars of tourists. There is nothing unique about the tree but there is something quite nice...More

Thank Claudia K
Reviewed October 6, 2016

As others have mentioned, this sight was pretty boring. Biei is beautiful enough, I wouldn't go out of the way just to see these trees. Lots of cars and bikes stopping off to take photos here. I think the trees are famous for being the...More

1  Thank Zutaloo
Reviewed June 16, 2016

A photo of the tree was on a Tobacco brand which is all that makes it famous. For me it was a nice shaped tree on a rise but that's it. Pretty well unexciting.

2  Thank Canberra_Traveller
Reviewed January 7, 2016

The place is filled with warning signs telling visitors to keep out of private land. I don't see anything fascinating to see here.

1  Thank EnjoysTravelling_007
Reviewed November 25, 2015

This was another tree our tour guide pointed out on passing. It is another ordinary tree made famous by TV commercial. Really need to see the commercial to understand why so many visitors made their pilgrimage here.

1  Thank Dreamtogothere
Reviewed October 21, 2015

Nothing spectacular as it is just a lonely tree. However, the drive around the area offers a great view of the surrounding landscape and scenery. Place is also peaceful and quiet too. Recommended to drive/cycle around this area.

2  Thank LG_Kay
Reviewed July 22, 2015

I think it looks better without leaves. Also, there are many many people who choose to have their picture taken under the tree (i.e. the subject becomes the tree with the person appearing like a spot underneath it), so that it's impossible to get a...More

Thank jaylowe
Reviewed July 29, 2013

The area is really scenic and if you like photography is a must. Don't forget also Ken and Mary Tree, Parent and Child Trees. A car is a must here and the places are well indicated. Don't forget also the Furano area with its lavander...More

3  Thank tizibcn
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