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it's foc with jr pass but make sure you reserved it. reserved car a bit more open air than unreserved plus not crowded. unfortunately the guide is in japanese...cant complain much
if u stop at Biei to go to Farm Tomita, make sure to remember...More
I specially catch up this train at asahikawa to furano., ,first train and got place near window. Really very worth because a long the journey, my eyes saw very fantastic view. My best recording is my eyes. No air con in this train, and if...More
Took this train on the way back to Asahikawa, this open air train is pretty slow and jam packed all the way. It was super hot on the day we visited Furano hence the train ride was not at all relaxing, it was stuffy with...More
English is not my native language, so it is not easy to express my love to Biei, such a pure, peaceful, beautiful snow world. actually, I am from north of China, it always snows in winter. however, it develops too fast, high buildings and people...More
Shikisai Hill, 四季彩の丘., a spacious flower park with various flower fields, which can be viewed by walking along the trails, by renting golf or buggy carts or by taking a paid 15 minute ride on tractor pulled wagons.
There is a shop, cafe and observation...More
Visiting Furano and Biei has been high on my bucket list for about 15 years and finally this summer I got to go and see these fields of rainbow striped flowers in their full glory!
My trip to Hokkaido was somewhat of a whistle-stop and...More
Nice place, we are taking train and one day tour to Furano, renting a bicycle and cycling around the city area, very nice experience, nice weather nice scenery nice people, love it...
i drop my phone at the onion farm and i only realize after...More
A wonderful place to view the lavender and other flowers blooming. You see rows and rows of them just like what you see when you google around. During my 22 July 14 visit, it was summer and the flowers were in full bloom. On site,...More
I was tipped off by good friends of mine to visit Furano, Hokkaido in the months of June or July, to catch sight of Japanese Lavender fields. I did, and it was a breathtaking view. It was nothing short but spectacular, fabulosity and charm all...More
We took the limited JR Lavender express train to Furano on 17 June. The traveling took about 2 hours form Sapporo station and the train left at 9.06 am sharp. At Furano, we took the Furano Biei Norokko train to Lavender Field station which is...More