The Four Seasons Information Center is also the tourist information center of Biei. It is in the building on the left hand side from Biei Station. For those who want to rent bicycles to ride Biei, it is recommended to store luggage in a bicycle shop, which is free. If there is a Four Seasons Information Center, it will be charged. If you are bringing the elderly or children to Biei and it is not convenient to ride a bicycle, you can join a local one-day tour at the Four Seasons Information Center. There are several routes to choose from. You can go to the Panorama Road, the Patchwork Road, or Go further to Shirokin Blue Pond and Farm Tomita in Furano. If you want to join the group, it is recommended to arrive early in the morning, otherwise the group will start.
In Japanese, does information mean consultation? The Four Seasons Information Center is actually the tourist center of Biei. There are some Biei tourist brochures that can be taken for free; if you want to register for a day trip in Biei, the staff here will give you suitable recommendations; if you want to take a bus Go to Qingchi, the pick-up point is across the road from the side of the Four Seasons Information Center. The timetable is in the photo. There are sofas in the information building where you can rest and wait for the bus. You can also store your luggage here, but you have to pay.
After Biei stands up, walk to the left and you will see the Four Seasons Information Center. The name is very appropriate, most of the information on Biei can be obtained here. The aunt waiter has a very good attitude and can consult various routes, and also provide maps, timetables, etc. Various small souvenirs, landscape albums and so on are also sold here. In addition, there is a toilet here, which is very important information, haha.
The Four Seasons Information Center is on the left front of Biei Station. There are staff who can speak Chinese and can store luggage for 500 yen. However, you can also store your luggage at the nearby car rental shop and supermarket, and it's free, of course, if you rent the car. The Four Seasons Information Center is the tourist service center, where you can get some information about Biei. Especially if you plan to join a one-day tour in Biei, you can learn more about it here
There is a customer service in Chinese, and there are many souvenirs for sale. Those who like to send postcards back to the country can buy postcards here, because the postcards sold at post offices in Asahikawa, Sapporo, Noboribetsu and other places are very ugly. Only postcards with the scenery of Biei are here. The nearby post office writes postcards to friends and sends them back to China. The girl likes to post stamps!