m35***24Originally it was just a stop in the itinerary for dinner. I accidentally saw a beautiful Japanese painting. Unfortunately, I can’t take pictures. If you are interested, you can search the Internet to see Goto Juno, who is said to be an honorary professor of a university in China.
乔乔风Its characteristic is thin flesh fine, the fragrance is rich. The medium-ripe variety mainly has the red heart crisp and juicy, the meat is thick and delicate, the fragrance is refreshing and enjoys people. Late mature varieties mainly have black eyebrows densely dry, black flax skin densely dry, Fort Red, green red meat, green melon, yellow skin white meat delicious and other. "Black eyebrow", "green-skin" is characterized by melon meat is pale blue, after storage, meat quality from crisp hard, gradually become soft and juicy, sweet and mellow.
suifeng2019Hinode Park is a hilly area. From the top of the hill, you can see the urban buildings of Furano. Behind the hills is a campsite where many Japanese people spend the night in tents. I feel that the visibility of the entire park is not high.
Sorachi District Driving: Suitable, Running: Suitable, Cycling: Suitable
natural spa in high hills very relaxing
The biggest annual event in Hokkaido, "Beihai Navel Festival"!
Furano Beihai Navel Festival is the most characteristic festival in the Furano area. Because Furano is located in the middle of Hokkaido, it is also called the navel of Hokkaido. In order to pray for health and peace, Furano will be in July every year. The North Sea Navel Festival is held on the last weekend!
The two-day navel festival has only performed from 11 people at the beginning. Up to now, there are as many as 5,000 performers and nearly 10,000 visitors!
Each square matrix is basically a local civil society, such as business and industry, fire brigade, middle school and so on!
While being infected by the cheerful holiday atmosphere, I also feel that there are many opportunities in our life to participate in the festivals that truly belong to the people themselves. Enjoy the moment!