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Need a good pair of walking shoes though to walk up the slope. Place is smaller than farm tomita and less crowded but you can take nice picture here with lavender.
Ice cream is average. There are 2-3 cafes and with small outdoor play for...More
The farm is located on the hill and has gorgeous view of furano. There are smaller crowd compare to Tomita hence more peaceful experience. The flowers are beautiful and quite expansive and there are beautiful bunch of sunflowers perfect for photos. The shop and toilet...More
Thanks to another Tripadvisor reviewer, I was made aware of this lavender park and I can confirm that while the park is not humongous, it is big enough and yet not crowded like some of the bigger places eg. Shikisai no Oka or Tomita Farm....More
We went to both Farm Tomita and Saika no Sato on the same day. We were traveling by public transport. We got off at Naka- Furano Station and walked for about 30 minutes before reaching Farm Tomita (easy level walk, but no shade, no signs...More
Like other reviewer have mentioned, this farm is not as centrally located as Choei or Tomita Farms. It's located on a sloping hill and is not as crowded as Tomita. There is a small store selling ice cream and snacks in the parking lot.
This is the other alternative to Farm Tomita where it has nice hills with lots of flowers for wonderful photo opportunities. There is a restroom and small stall selling ice cream. Good place to come for photos and avoiding the big crowds in other fields.
If there was only one flower farm to go (out of the 5 we went), this would be the one. Tomita farm was wayyyyyy too crowded! This flower farm was just nice, had about 10 cars there when we arrived in the afternoon, plenty of...More
It was quite a drive from the other flower fields and it was actually part of the forest park, the lavender fields were not as crowded as Tomita and I had a great time just to walk around and enjoyed the tranquility of the place...More
As I visited this place in October, only a small portion of the area was covered with flowers. However, we were glad we could see sunflowers here, which were not available in Tomita Farm and Choei Lavender Farm then. Spent some time taking photos of...More