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Shimizuyama, Furano 076-0048, Hokkaido
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Reviewed August 11, 2017 via mobile

It's a place that sells Rokkatei confectionery stuffs with a wine yard view. Besides selling the usual Rokkatei stuffs which can be bought from the airport, they also sell ready to eat slices of cakes, puffs, mochi, rice balls etc....basically light meals and desserts. Coffee...More

1  Thank JaimeT22
Reviewed July 11, 2017 via mobile

Came here expecting a visit similar to the Ishaya Chocolate factory in Sapporo. However, turns out it is just a big Cafe and confectionary store, although there is a nice view of their winery gardens. In addition, there is a great affordable Genghis Khan place...More

1  Thank Addict4travel
Reviewed May 25, 2017

I visited this outlet after going to the one in Hakodate. I had more desserts, bought more treats, and even tried the grape ice-cream. Worth the visit if you're a sweet-tooth.

1  Thank Jeynalsc
Reviewed August 11, 2016

On a hill in Furano, about 10 min drive from city centre. Offers a good range of Rokkatei desserts and cakes etc. Free coffee. Very nice decorations. Can also buy their products. It's also close (same road) to some Furano wine factory so go and...More

2  Thank NLK_HK
Reviewed July 16, 2016 via mobile

Tasty cakes in the middle of a hill but hard to arrive at. Car is necessary. It's a good rest stop if you walked from the Furano Winery and you are on the way to the Furano Grape Juice Factory.

3  Thank ALYC86
Reviewed November 11, 2015

We can enjoy various of cakes & buy some Furano special souvenir here. By showing Kururu pass, we got free original mini grape soft serve icecream. We can enjoy rows of grapes around this place

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Reviewed October 15, 2015 via mobile

This whole area has a magnificent view! From wine factory to Rokkatei - the scenery will make you want to stay longer... In Rokkatei staff is friendly and the spacious area display their product make it an good experience . At the other corner it's...More

1  Thank saltlc
Reviewed August 15, 2015

nice view with downhill location. Can walk to or from furano winery. Easy to access with 2 day Kururu Go bus ticket. free coffee, reasonable price for shops and desserts. very cool and peacefully indoor seat. Outdoor terrace is very lovely for relaxing and enjoy...More

2  Thank Pa S
Reviewed July 22, 2015

We were there at lunch time and it was jam packed. We can't find a table or any empty chair on the terrace. The cakes are nice and there's even free flow of ice water and coffee. It's a nice place, but please avoid the...More

1  Thank jaylowe
Reviewed June 25, 2015

If you really want a real taste of Rokkatei, and I mean a feast for the eyes as well, this is the place to go. Here, you can sample their cheesecakes, sweets etc. and also buy their products MINUS the hoards of tourists you see...More

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February 21, 2015|
Response from Snowy35330 |
We visited Gla Gla Daisuke Takatomi in Furano. They have a shop selling glasswares. They also have a workshop next bldg for creating your own glassware at a fee. Prior reservation need to be made. The master is patient... More