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Furano Flower Fields 富良野の花畑

Furano Flower Fields Furano Flower Fields
Furano Flower Fields Furano Flower Fields

See the stunning flower fields of Furano and catch a local festival

Furano's flower fields, bursting in vivid color, are the cherry on top of Hokkaido's spectacular natural offerings. Lavender, German irises, pansies and columbine simultaneously bloom every year.

Beyond flowers, the Furano area also offers offbeat festivals, live music and more.

Don't Miss

  • Watching the exciting Ikada-Kudari Festival, featuring homemade rafts
  • Laughing at the uproarious Furano Bellybutton Festival
  • Listening to the Yufure Music Festival

Quick Facts

Mid-June to early August is the best time for flower viewing

Blooms are at their peak in July

How to Get There

You can reach the flower fields by train and then bus.

A rental car is recommended if you want to visit every flower field, but public buses are available to many of the main areas.

From Sapporo Station, catch the Lilac Limited Express Train or Kamui Limited Express Train going to Takikawa (about 50 minutes), then a local train on the Nemuro Main Line to Furano Station (about 70 minutes). From there, take the Furano Lavender Bus to flower fields in Nakafurano.

A little extra color

The area's wetlands and highlands also feature rare flowers that can't be found elsewhere. Trekking and hiking are recommended for true nature enthusiasts.

* The information on this page may be subject to change due to COVID-19.

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