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One taste of our original sweets and you will be hooked!Enjoy a magnificent view of Mt Tokachi while feasting upon Furano's finest melons. A sofa on the wooden deck is the perfect place for a little break from your travels.We wish you a wonderful...more
This is the place to go to for all things melon-related. There are really juicy and sweet melons (both orange and green flesh), ice-cream and other sweet treats, and pastries like cake and biscuits that you can buy home. The melons are easily the best...More
Look out for coupons that can take off 100¥ from a slice of 300¥ melon. Extra juicy and delicious!
Also visit the pastry shop above and try their delicious melon bun. Delicious bread with lots of melon cream within! Yummy
Tables at the ice cream and melon cafetaria were not cleaned because it runs on the Japanese system that you clean your own tray, clear your own rubbish. Many chinese tourists are still unaware of this. So the eating tables will remain dirty for other...More
It’s more a good stop than an attraction? You don’t get to learn a bit more about how they make their melons so sweet and juicy, and you don’t get to see the farm. But you get to enjoy a variety of rather pricey-ish melon...More
What wonderful melons! Juicy but naturally sweet. Price changes though. When we first arrived half a melon was 800yen. By the time we decided to buy it, it went up to 1000yen.
Still all worthwhile. A melon was selling for 3000yen at the airport.
The place is near to Farm Tomita, and nothing much to see except to buy melon, but the taste of the melon is superb sweet and refreshing if it is being chilled. Of course apart from the melon fruit, you can have ice cream as...More
If you are in Hokkaido, this is a place to chill, enjoy the scenic view while savouring the famous produce of the land the Hokkaido (Yubari?) melons. This is usually the place to stop after visiting Farm Tomita. There doesn't seem to be much to...More
You can have a slice of the famous Japanese melon here and/or bring home a range of melon products. The melons are nicely packed in a box. You can sit and have a rest, a slice of melon or a drink after walking around Farm...More
This place is located next to Farm Tomita. We dropped by the place for a short honey melon experience. The house sells expensive melons (in whole or slices) and they are really delicious and sweet. They also sell honey melon flavored ice cream. There is...More