Farm Tomita is a flower farm located in Naka-Furano, Hokkaido. Famous for its large lavender fields, it is also home to a variety of other flowers which form a sea of flowers in the summer. Various facilities have been established on the farm to produce products made from flowers, and visitors are also able purchase lavender-related goods from here. The farm has become a tourist hotspot in recent years due to its vast flower fields and bright colors. It is a must-see destination for tourists to Hokkaido.
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It was a nice tour. Tips for those taking this tour, wear shoes. Your feet will get really dirty. Bring also something to wipe your face with. During our trip, it was very windy and dusty. Our white shoes/ sandals turned brown 😅 the flowers are beautiful, but expect a lot of people.
The tour guide is good, but I found it hard to understand his English. His main language is Chinese and Japanese.
For the buffet lunch, it was just a regular lunch/menu, only buffet style. The melons are sweet, not so sure if they are really the expensive ones.
When we arrived at Furano from Otaru, all we saw were bare or green fields. Our expectations were not high so we were extremely delighted to see brightly coloured flowers at Farm Tomita. Rows and rows of neatly planted flowers in rainbow hues greeted us. It is the first time we have seen such a colourful field. The place is huge and colorful with many kinds of flowers. Better spend more time there. I believe most of the time should be crowd with tourists. Parking was adequate in the vicinity and there were cafes selling lavender ice cream and souvenir stores. It is just next to the Melon place .
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day out is Japan's first public garden with large lavender fields, located in Kami Furano. It will also be open to the public for weddings in July.
Address: No. 27, Higashi-Higashi-cho, Higashi-cho, Hokkaido-cho, Higashi-Higashi-Higashi-Higashi-Higashi-Higashi-Higashi-Higashi-Higashi-cho East straight to see
opening hours: all day (May - October)
recommended play: 1 hour
most popular Futian Farm
Hokkaido to see The place where lavender must be punched, the old lavender farm, the Futian Farm built in 1958 has now become an important element of many Hokkaido summer scenery videos. Although there are many people, there are many varieties of flowers. There are more than a dozen large and small flower fields, and there are many kinds of souvenirs. It is worth going! (This farm returns to open one)
Address: Hokkaido Nakafurano-cho North Star
1. Take the KURURU () bus to Futian Farm Station () and get off;
2. Take the JR train from Furano Station or Asahikawa and get off at Lavender Hanada Station () and walk for 7-8 minutes (usually every day from July to August, September, Saturday, Sunday and holidays). Not many, you can get the timetable at the visitor center, JR station and hotel, miss only 20 minutes to get to JR Nakafurano JR Station)
3. Get off at JR Nakafurano Station and walk for 20 minutes to the northeast.
4. Take a taxi from JR JR Furano JR Station for about 770 yen, and the Nakafurano Tourist Association offers a carpool of 200 yen/person (a car can be used for 9 people in 20 minutes, only 7.1-17.31 days. There are also driving routes for carpooling: JR Nakafurano Station - Tomita Farm - Machimachi Lavender Garden - JR Nakafurano Station,
Opening hours: 8
of Tomita Farm came here at the end of July for lavender. If it is possible to come in early August, it is very likely that lavender has been harvested. Furano's climate is similar to that of Provence in the south of France, so in 1955 it began to grow lavender to extract flavors. Later, because of the popularity of artificial spices, the farmer who cultivated lavender was drastically reduced, and only Fukuda Tadao of Fukuda Farm was left. Just as he was about to give up, a photographer took pictures of the lavender fields and attracted a large number of tourists to visit.
You can make your own lavender pillows, buy a variety of lavender products, and taste delicious lavender ice cream.
Although it can be seen from the photos that this flower field is not large, so everyone is shooting at the same angle. But really standing there still feels the beauty of dreams.