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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...More
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...More
This area is picturesque and around mid July is beautiful. It is best accessed by car or by taking a bus tour. I imagine it's a bit like the rolling hills of Tuscany on a small scale. For the best views, a sunny and clear...More
It is worth a visit if you are in Biei. Catch the bus to Blue Pond in front of Asahikawa Bank, which is just 2 mins walking distance from Biei station. The bus will stop at the main junction to the pond. Walking to the...More
Our day trip started from Sapporo, take JR to Asahikawa Zoo, then come to Biei by JR. Due to tight schedule, we hired taxi to see around. It is so beautiful in snow winter : Ken and Mary tree, seven star tree, parents and child...More
A place for good photo spots for your trip to Hokkaido. If you are renting bicycles, best to get the Electric ones as there are a number of up slopes especially at the entrances to the road. Your legs will thank you !
This is a must see in Biei. It's a very serene space filled with photo spots. There are farms that showcase their stock of sheep and pony, but you'll have to look around. I spent about 2 hours driving around in this area. I seen...More
We rented bicycle from the first store when you come out of train station. The shopkeeper was very helpful in offering us the map and explained the direction, marked the slope up and downhill with different colour pencils. We rented the non electric assisted one,...More