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Shikisai no Oka 四季彩の丘

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Shikisai-no-oka Shikisai-no-oka

Fields of color on the rolling hills of Biei

Shikisai no Oka (Four Seasons Hill) is a flower garden on a hill carpeted with flowers from April to October. This feast for the eye features tulips, lupine, lavender, salvia, sunflowers, dahlia and Japanese anemone.

Don't Miss

  • Views of the hill from a hot-air balloon
  • Cruising around the garden on the Shikisai Norokko tractor bus
  • Riding snowmobiles through the fields in winter

How to Get There

Shikisai no Oka is accessible by train and then on foot or by taxi.

Catch the JR Furano Line to Bibaushi Station. It is a 25-minute walk there. You can also take the JR Furano Line to Biei Station and catch a 12-minute taxi ride from there.

Quick Facts

The entrance fee is ¥500 for visitors over 15 and ¥300 for those under 15

Shikisai no Oka is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. from June to September

Activities in the garden

You can ride around the garden on a tractor bus called Shikisai Norokko and visit an alpaca ranch. During the snow season (December to early April), renting a snowmobile is also popular. Try the snow raft (an inflatable raft for four people) course around the hill as well.

Enjoy Hokkaido's local fare

You can find shops, a restaurant, and produce stands selling local Hokkaido food as well as products from Shikisai no Oka's farm.

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

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