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Kaze-no Garden (Windy Garden)

In 2006, a British Garden was landscaped for 2 years in the golf course within the premises of the Shin Furano Prince Hotel. The gardens were designed by Sayuki Ueno and were launched in October 2008.
A man who is faced with death chooses Furano where beautiful gardens blossom with a wide variety of flowers as a place to spend the remainder of his life. The garden boasts over 365 varieties of flowers and is now open to the public under the name “Kaze-no Garden” which translated to “Wind Garden”.

Ninguru Terrace

The Ninguru Terrace is a beautiful collection of boutique cottages, housing specialty arts, and crafts. The creators of the pieces are in the shops while making more of their products.
Located just below the New Furano Prince Hotel, Ninguru Terrace was created using natural materials with timber buildings and a beautiful plank walkway around the waterfalls and trees.
The forest gives off a beautiful scent with pine trees and the waterfall creates a beautiful atmosphere for wandering around or stopping in the cafe.
The cafe serves a range of products including hot and cold drinks, baked milk, cakes and cheese platter, and some delicious ice cream.

Forest Clock Cafe

Located in the forest below the New Furano Prince Hotel and Ninguru Terrace, this picturesque coffee shop was once used as the setting of a famous Japanese TV Drama. The name “Mori-no-Tokei” or Forest Clock Cafe is a reference to time and how time passes slowly when sitting and looking out into the forest with a cup of coffee.
Guests are offered a chance to grind their beans which are then used for their coffee.



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