Furano Jam

Selling handmade jam made without water.

Hilltop Photo House

Personal photo gallery of photographer, Kenji Atsumi, member of the Japan Professional Photographers Society.

Rokugo Observatory

The observatory where you can view the whole area of Rokugo which became the stage for the TV series Kita no Kuni Kara.

Furano Anpanman Shop

The only branch store under direct management of author, Takashi Yanase in the whole country.
The shop is packed with Anpanman goods!

Furano Music Box Museum

There are 8,500 items including music boxes of various sizes from Furano music box store limited music boxes to music boxes made from glass and ceramic.

Furano Ropeway

You can survey the expansive panorama of the neighboring Mount Tokachi in Daisetsuzan mountain range.

Highland Furano

It’s lodging and hot spring facilities with a lavender field in a very large forest.

Glass Forest in FURANO

This is the glass studio making Shibare-glass that is made to look like diamond dust.

Furano Cheese Kobo

You can observe the production room and the aging storage through a window.
Experience available!

Rokugo no Mori

A forest full of nature dotted with facilities such as the log cabin that became a setting in the popular TV drama, Kita no kuni kara that began in 1981.

Furano Marche

Furano Marche became completely famous.
It is a compound commercial facility.

Ningle Terrace

There are 14 small craft shops handcrafting original works.

Kaze-no Garden,Prince Grand

This location became the setting of a TV drama called Kaze no Garden. It is a British garden of approximately 2000㎡ spread over the site of the New Furano Prince Hotel.

Furano Ski Resort

Furano Ski Resort, also known as Furano Ski Area, is a resort in Furano, Hokkaido, Japan, owned and operated by Prince Hotels.

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