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Omura, Biei-cho, Kamikawa-gun 071-0200 Hokkaido
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Hokkaido Highlights of Flower Blossom, Asahiyama Zoo& Ninguru Terrace
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Hokkaido Highlights of Flower Blossom, Asahiyama Zoo& Ninguru Terrace

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・2.5 hours' direct and hassle-free transportation to Asahiyama Zoo, Biei and Furano area en route back to Sapporo.<br><br>・Sufficient time to visit one of Japan's most popular zoo, and encounter with the lovely animal buddies!<br><br>・Grasp Hokkaido's seasonal beauty on the undulating flowery slope and feel jovial breathing the fresh air on this vast land. <br><br>・View the signature trees “Ken&amp;Mary”, "Seven Star" that used to be filmed in TV commercial hits! <br><br>・A closer look at the sublime Blue Pond (Aoi-Ike) which shows an appearance different from cold times. <br><br>・Also drop by the fairy tale like cottages in tranquil forests and have an opportunity to see craft-man work or buy your souvenirs.
$57.94 per adult
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Matan Katz wrote a review Jan 2020
Jerusalem, Israel196 contributions52 helpful votes
Biei is best known for its Toscana-ish vibe and views. This area offers great ambiance and views, and is PERFECT for a picnic. In summer local farmers might set up fruit stalls that sell fresh fruit for reasonable prices.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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TataNapat wrote a review Aug 2019
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the view was so breathtaking with hill and mountains in the background. It was a very enjoyable drive.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Toh_CH wrote a review Jul 2019
Singapore, Singapore135 contributions30 helpful votes
Driving past the area to find other attractions as well in first week of June. Just like an earlier post, there wasn't much contrast except for green open space.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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ongwl82016 wrote a review Jul 2018
Singapore, Singapore792 contributions50 helpful votes
We spent a while just to locate it as we were looking at a wrong spot on Google map. We parked the car by the carpark beside the road, and took a short to where tourists were gathering and taking photo shot of the tall tree ahead of them. Although Patchwork no Michi was just a tree standing there in a vast area of greenery, it was very picturesque. It is one of the spots in Biei that you should drive to, take a few tenths of minutes to see and appreciate.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Rebecca G wrote a review Jul 2018
Singapore, Singapore218 contributions84 helpful votes
Patchwork no Michi is interesting yet I do not know how to pinpoint it. It is not just a place, it is more like an area. If you drive, start from Furano National Highway and go round Omura, Yubari, Mita, even Ishiyama area, you can drive slowly 35-40 to enjoy the view and you will know why i used the title of my review as THE SOUND OF MUSIC, It is like what you will see when you are standing on a higher ground and look down to rolls of hills and fields and frankly that was my feeling - and of course automatically the lyrics of this sound came to me. As we are there in mid June so it is early Summer, you can see the brown newly plough lands, the new saplings, the first greens, some with flowers but the fields are being segmented and looked like my mum's quilt patch work - it was amazing and you just go WOW. Do spend about 2-4 hours driving round, passing the trees (Ken & Mary, Oak, Parent & Child) - unfortunately nothing impressive about them, but yet they have the added advantage of just being trees along the road over looking into the grass patches. It just complete the picturesque frame, not forgetting bales of hay. I guess this place is always good to drive around anytime of the year as it gives you a different perspective of life.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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