1968

Furano Lifelong Learning Centre & Furano museum

Showing permanent exhibits of recourses related to the culture, history and nature of Furano, as well as holding special exhibits and lectures.

The collection and investigation of recourses also takes place here.

 

 


Address12 Yamabe Higashi 21 Sen, Furano-shi, Hokkaido
Tel0167-42-2407
Business hours09:00~17:00
Regular closed dayMonday · New Year's Holiday
Other information

Fee free

Access
About 20 minutes by car from JR Furano Station·
About 15 minutes on foot from JR Yamabe Station
Furano bus “Nishitappu Line” get off at line 22.

Map of surrounding areas




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  • Furano JamFurano Jam Selling handmade jam made without water.