1955

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.

 

 



Address〒076-0162 Hokkaidō, Furano-shi, Higashirokugō, 1-1
Business hoursApril 15 - September 30 AM 9: 30 - PM 17: 30 (last entry PM 17: 00)
October 1 - November 25 AM 9: 30 - PM 16: 00 (last entry PM 15: 30)
Regular closed dayWinter period closure
Correspondence languageJapanese 
Other information

Admission:
500 yen (elementary school student free)

Access:
Approximately 18 km from JR Furano Station, 30 minutes on foot from Bus “Ro ku gou” line end point

Map of surrounding areas




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