We visited in September and were prepared that we might not see much flowers in full bloom. We had driven around Biei and the Furano area and to be honest September is not the best time to visit as it was turning autumn.
Surprisingly, Farm Tomita was still filled with vibrant varieties of blooming flowers, even lavenders. Every picture we took was like a water colour palette painting. It also helped that it was not the peak season so photo-taking was a breeze.
We ate our lunch there and the cafe on the second floor offered a beautiful view of the farm. The curry rice is fragrant and mouth watering, with a breath-taking view in the mix. Another must-try is the lavender ice-cream. The farm also sells a Hokkaido brand milk, and it tastes brilliant with our lunch.
This admission is free and open to the public. Parking is free as well if you self-drive. September is also the non-peak season, hotels and even car rental is much cheaper than July and August during this month.
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