Biei is beautiful, and Biei Station is also beautiful~ A small station with a very European style, which is very different from the traditional stations in Japan! It was built using Biei stone, a specialty of Biei. There are flowers planted in front of the station. It happens to be a beautiful little station with blue sky and white clouds that day. On the left hand side in front of the station is the Four Seasons Information Center, which is the travel information center, which provides travel-related information about Biei. At the supermarket opposite, you can store your luggage for free, and you can also rent bicycles (there is a charge for luggage at Biei Station or the Four Seasons Information Center). The small green-roofed bell tower in front of the station has clear signposts. If you want to ride the panoramic road or the patchwork road, you can start if you are optimistic about the signpost~
Stand up in Biei, and there is a bicycle rental place at ten o'clock ahead. You can store your luggage at the bicycle place for free. If you want to go to the Patchwork Road, it is on the left hand direction after exiting Biei Station, and the Panorama Road is on the right hand direction. If it is not convenient to rent a bicycle with the elderly or children, taking a bus from Biei Station to Shirogane Hot Spring is also a good choice. Depart from here at Biei Station. The exact time is shown in the picture.
Biei Station is located between Asahikawa and Biei. The station is very small, but very clean. You can borrow bicycles from the station. From here, you can visit various attractions around Biei.
It was very fast from Asahikawa to Biei Station, and arrived within half an hour. Biei Station is quite small, just one platform. After exiting the station, walk straight on your left and you will see Matsuura Store, where you can rent battery cars or bicycles. The Matsuura store is next to the Four Seasons Information Center. If you have any questions about the itinerary, you can go in for consultation and will give you a timetable map. You can also buy sightseeing bus tickets to visit several important attractions in Biei. Continue to walk for a few minutes, there is a bus stop that can take you to the blue pond, but there are very few flights, so you must see the timetable first.
Rent a bicycle at Biei Station and ride to various places. Passing by unmanned stations, vast fields, and long roads, there are really few people in the Japanese countryside. Every station has a story. The small town of Biei is famous for its ancient stations.
When I first arrived at Biei Station, I felt so small and deserted. Then I realized that Biei Station is the largest station in the neighborhood. There is an information center, restaurants, bicycle rentals, hotels nearby, and small shops. There is everything.