1956

Furano Wine House

This restaurant is located on the hill where you can see Furano city.
It is a restaurant where you can enjoy lunch and dinner while enjoying lavender fields and vast rural landscapes, panoramic view of the Tokachi mountain range while enjoying local produce.

 

 



Address Shimizuyama, Furano-shi, Hokkaidō
Tel 0167-23-4155
Business hours 11 am ~ 9 pm
Other information

Access

It is approximately 5minutes by car from Furano Station, approximately 7minutes by car from Kitanomine.
If it is a taxi it is 1 ~ 2 meters. Taxi is convenient for tourists.

MAPCODE 349 060 700
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* Business days and hours are subject to change due to the influence of Novel Cornavirus (COVID-19).

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