Recommended

  • Rokugo ObservatoryRokugo Observatory The observatory where you can view the whole area of Rokugo which became the stage for the TV series Kita no Kuni Kara.
  • Hilltop Photo HouseHilltop Photo House Personal photo gallery of photographer, Kenji Atsumi, member of the Japan Professional Photographers Society.
  • Furano Lifelong Learning Centre & Furano museumFurano Lifelong Learning Centre & Furano museum Showing permanent exhibits of recourses related to the culture, history and nature of Furano.
  • Furano Asahigaoka ParkFurano Asahigaoka Park One of the One-Hundred Views of Japan. Place famous for cherry blossoms.
  • Furano Biei Tourism CentreFurano Biei Tourism Centre Furano, Biei district guidebook.
  • Furano JamFurano Jam Selling handmade jam made without water.
  • Kaze-no Garden,Prince GrandKaze-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.
  • Ningle TerraceNingle Terrace There are 14 small craft shops handcrafting original works.
  • Furano Music Box MuseumFurano 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.
  • Rokugo no MoriRokugo 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.