Biei is a town within the Kamikawa County of Kaido. It is located between Asahikawa City, the second largest city in Hokkaido, and Furano City, which is famous for its lavender. The expanse of the plain, the snow under the sun reflects the crystal clear luster, and the pure whiteness of Biei is unobstructed under the sun, as if all the colors have been quietly carried away by winter.
Compared to Furano, I like Biei more. Renting a bicycle, riding the super wide-angle road and patchwork road in one day is no problem. Of course, you have to rent an electric bicycle, which can save a lot of effort, but it still hurts to ride. The four seasons color hills on the ultra-wide-angle road can be said to be the most beautiful flower fields in Hokkaido in summer; the undulating farmlands on the patchwork road show the peacefulness and prosperity of the years here. However, remember that these farmlands are privately owned. Don't step on them. The seeds accidentally brought by the soles of your shoes from elsewhere are likely to bring danger to the ecology here.
Biei Town is located in the central part of Hokkaido and is accessible on the JR Furano Line. It is within walking distance and bicycles are available for rent. Here is the hilly landforms and the beautiful flower fields. If you can compare it to China's rapeseed flowers and lavender gardens. Biei Katsu has unique climate and landform characteristics in Hokkaido. The ground landscape and the sky are perfectly set off. Even if it is not in Biei's most beautiful summer, there are some trees and hills standing in the snow in Biei in winter, which are equally charming.
In the summer of Hokkaido, Biei is like a fairy tale world. Everything is so beautiful, making people feel perfect and unreal. Only when you have been here can you truly feel the scenes of movies and TV, refreshing your heart. Biei is a small town. JR station is the busiest street in the town. There are several car rental shops. It is recommended to arrive as early as possible and book a bicycle with assistance. Because Biei is a hilly area, there are many uphills and downs, so you can save a lot of effort. Have fun. The owner of the store I went to was an old grandfather. Everyone responded to the consultation very seriously and drew a detailed route. English is only good enough for basic communication, not too smooth, but combined with the massive strategy on the Internet, he can basically understand what he means.