‚`jZerubu Hill (Biei)
On Route 237 from Asahikawa toward Biei, Zerubu Hill is situated on the top of the Biei slope. An ideal rest spot, this lookout point with restaurant boasts blossoming flowers throughout the year along with a magnificent view of the surrounding landscape. The splendid landscape of the hill reveals itself right before your eyes.
‚ajNorthwest Hill Observatory Park (Biei)
This is a highlight of the Patchwork Road. From the pyramid-shaped observatory you can view the entire regionfs hilly terrain and the Daisetsuzan mountains, while lavender, poppies, cosmos, sunflowers and other beauties welcome your visit.
‚bjKanno Farm (Kami-Furano)
At this site right on Route 237, lavender, poppies, sage and many other flowers blossom from mid-June to mid-October. Also popular here are the mini steam locomotive and various local products. Note that walking in the flower fields is not permitted.
‚cjFour Seasons Hill (Biei)
An attraction quickly gaining notoriety in this rising star location is gFlower Field Lookout.h Multiple flower varieties can be seen across this approximately 7 hectare hill from spring through autumn. The gblue angelsh (flax flowers) and expansive view of the Daisetsuzan mountains should not be missed.
‚djTakushinkan (Biei)
This is the photo gallery of the late Shinzo Maeda, an esteemed landscape photographer. Located on the site of an old school house, the gallery is opened to the public. Encompassing an area of approximately 26,000 square meters, this attraction also offers a place to view lavender and other flowers throughout the year.
‚ejShinzan Pass Lavender Farm (Biei)
This lavender farm along Route 237 is a cooperative enterprise and the participantsf names are noted along the rows of flowers. The farm offers an expansive view of Mount Tokachi, with particularly stunning views in July.
‚fjFlower Land Kami-Furano (Kami-Furano)
Encompassing an area of 15 hectares, this attraction boasts lavender, German irises and many other colorful flowers, all highlighted against the backdrop of Mount Tokachi. Riding the tractor trolley around the park is another popular feature here.
‚gjHinode Park (Kami-Furano)
This park is known as the place where lavender was first grown in Hokkaido. A monument commemorates the site. The view the hill top covered in lavender is a 360 degree panorama. The flowers here are at their peak color from mid- to late July.
‚hjGoto Sumio Art Museum (Kami-Furano)
One of the countyfs prominent painters and a former professor at Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, Sumie Goto established a studio in Kami-Furano at the foot of Mount Tokachi in 1987, after being attracted to the nature of Hokkaido. It is a rare Japanese-style art gallery for Hokkaido.
‚ijTomita Farm (Naka-Furano)
The Tomita family is a local pioneer in cultivating lavender for use in incense, perfumes and other such products. The farm has continued even when at one time all others in the area left the business. It is now a well-known destination for lavender viewing.
KjSasaki Farmfs Saika Garden (Naka-Furano)
Gaze up at this 6 hectare hillside and see a full slope covered with purple-blue lavender. Depending on the season, this attraction also pleases visitors with the colorful blossoms of lupines, sage, marigolds and more.
‚kjMount Hokusei Lavender Park (Naka-Furano)
The field of lavender on the hillside of Mount Hokusei is a town landmark. During the blossom season, the entire hill becomes saturated in purple. From the top, the view of the magnificent Tokachi mountains along with the vibrant and colorful surrounding countryside make a fine sight.
‚ljHitsuji Hill Lavender Park (Naka-Furano)
The park is located on Beberui Hill beside Rokugo-no-Mori and is a little known healing spot. Walk in the lavender field while animals run free and sense the idyllic nature of the location. The Mongolian-style grill here is a popular option for dining.
‚mjFurano Highlands (Furano)
Here a glavender foresth lies surrounded by a white birch forest, where you can stroll with the fragrance of lavender in the air. At the same time, enjoy the spa facilities, accommodation and restaurant available in this natural setting.
‚njWine House (Furano)
This restaurant offers a panoramic view of the Tokachi mountains. The buildingfs red brick exterior combined with the surrounding purple lavender make it an appealing sight even from a distance. It is a great place to enjoy drinks while taking in the night view. Splendid barbeque dinners are also available.
‚ojFurano Winery (Furano)
Local specialty Furano wine is made here, and tours and wine tasting are available. Surrounding the winery are approximately 3,000 square meters of lavender fields. Enjoy the lavender view together with a glass of fine wine.
‚pjRokugo-no-Mori (Furano)
This site was a featured location in the TV drama gKita no Kuni karah (From the North Country). The story of the protagonist Goro Kuroita and his family gained fond attention from throughout Japan. The homes built by Goro in the drama remain nearby as attraction.


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