vivienvivienMichi-cho is a town in Kamikawa County, Hokkaido, located in the middle of Asahikawa City, the second city in Hokkaido, and Furano City, famous for its lavender. The michi-cho has a similar street and rural landscape in Europe. The vast hilly terrain, quiet and stable hills and the beautiful scenery of Hanada during summer, become the most famous tourist attraction in Hokkaido area, attracting about 1.5 million tourists a year.
vivienvivienThe hills of four seasons have a vast area of 15 hectares of beautiful flowers, like a seven-color rainbow-like carpet, different seasons, different patterns. Every year from late April to late October, on the rolling hills, tulips, lavender, sunflowers and more than 30 flowers open, far from the view, colorful, like the painter's palette.
夜樱1206The beautiful scenery of Hokkaido is countless. Biei is the most beautiful in Japan. Mistake. You can't see the hills and flower fields in winter. Let's take a look at the Blue Pond! The Blue Pond is really beautiful, and it’s even more beautiful after it snows. I went there in the winter of 2014. It was a bus to and from. Please remember the time!
翱翔的大鲨鱼The road from the Tree of Ken and Mary to the Tree of Seven Stars in the north of Biei, Hokkaido is called the Patchwork Road. This patchwork road runs along gentle hills and is surrounded by fields, so the line of sight is not blocked.
Not only the Ken and Mary Tree, the Seven Star Tree and the adjacent parent-child tree, but also the Seven Star Hill in the depths and the Tokachi Mountain on the back. The colorful colors seem to make people see the idyllic scenery of Europe instead of feeling it. In Japan, it is a tourist attraction that represents Biei.
odi***81Meima Niu, this small station that has always made me feel a little mysterious because of the lack of people, finally came to experience it in person. After exiting the station, turn right and cross the railway to the mountain hut rental car shop. I saw on the Internet that I borrowed bicycles for children under 140cm. The 7-year-old daughter was excited and insisted on riding by herself. When I got there, I found out that it was a two-wheeler. My daughter could only ride on four-wheelers. The boss suggested a very small car and said only one. My daughter liked it too. So we rode to Siji Caizhi. Adults in this car dealer’s cars are assisted, but children’s cars are not available. Simply the road is relatively flat, and the six-kilometer journey back and forth, my daughter is tired but satisfied. The scenery along the way is really comfortable. I also passed the Mei Ma Niu Primary School. ,quite pretty. Although Meima Niu is a very small station, the toilets outside the station are very clean. Also, on the day we went to Meima Niu station, there was a grandpa inspector.
C-xiao-tongKitanishi No Oka Observation Park is an important spot on the Patchwork Road. It is said that when you come in July, you can also photograph lavender here. But when we came in August, we could only see the green wheat waves. I don’t know whether it is wheat waves or not. I don’t know what crops it is, but it’s just a large area of green waves rippling with the wind and the scenery is very charming. You can overlook the Tokachidake Mountain Range of Daisetsuzan, which is refreshing.
Want to retrace steps to the beautiful scenes in the ads? Must-do in Biei
Biei offers the most beautiful country-side in Japan. It is the setting for many well-known Japanese TV commercials. In the summer, the Biei is usually visited together with Furano. The colorful seasons of the dazzling hills are a must-see for tourists. It is recommended to ride around on the bicycle.
Biei is a very small town located in Hokkaido, Japan. They are known because of their landscaping of fields. The country side of life in Japan what makes me interested here. the best time to visit is July and August. #wintergetaway
Biei, Hokkaido, Japan is such a wonderland! If you prefer to travel Japan, this place is located north of Sapporo wherein you will feel the countryside. It is away from hassle and hassle. I love the peacefulness of this place. #wintergetaway
Biei is a town located in Hokkaido, people usually come for the trees with special meanings and shapes in winter.
Patchwork no Michi is interesting yet I do not know how to pinpoint it. It is not just a place, it is more like an area. If you drive, start from Furano National Highway and go round Omura, Yubari, Mita, even Ishiyama area, you can drive slowly 35-40 to enjoy the view. It is like what you will see when you are standing on a higher ground and look down to rolls of hills and fields and frankly that was my feeling. You can see the brown newly plough lands, the new saplings, the first greens, some with flowers but the fields are being segmented and looked like my mum's quilt patch work - it was amazing and you just go WOW. Do spend about 2-4 hours driving round, passing the trees (Ken & Mary, Oak, Parent & Child) - unfortunately nothing impressive about them, but yet they have the added advantage of just being trees along the road over looking into the grass patches. It just complete the picturesque frame, not forgetting bales of hay. I guess this place is always good to drive around anytime of the year as it gives you a different perspective of life.
We visited Shikisai no Oka upon recommendation by the Biei Tourism Office. It was the prettiest out of the flower fields we visited including Tomita & Zerubu. We took the tram ride (¥500 per pax) and the views were magnificent. It was extremely crowded though and yes, a lot of tourists. They have a gift shop and some food stalls. Entrance is free. I don't mind paying for the rides as the workers there really worked hard to plant those beautiful flowers. Definitely recommended if you're deciding which flower farm to head to.
I wasn't expecting much before I went, as I read how weather conditions could easily ruin our chances of seeing the perfect blue. But I was totally blown away when we reached the pond, as I never expected the blue could be so beautiful.
Although this place is often swarmed with tourists, it is still a must visit if you are already making a trip down to Biei. It is a one-way path around one side of the pond, so there won't be any reverse human traffic happening. There are still plenty of spots for you to take photos without being photo-bombed. Do go all the way to the end though you get to see the blue pond ending on your right and there's lovely autumn foliage on the hill right in front of you.
Although this place is often swarmed with tourists, it is still a must visit if you are already making a trip down to Biei. Just don't get your expectations too high (most photos you see on the internet have been edited anyway), and you'll still find yourself blown away by the view.
Been here for the summer and winter View but winter can't see much except snow all over the pond.. There's a stream at the end where you can take some nice pictures.
Shikisai no Oka is probably the most famous flower field in Biei which covers seven hectares of gardens and is planted with dozens of flowers. In summer, Shikisai no Oka is the ocean of flowers. However in winter, Shikisai no Oka is the cover of snow.