Let's explore the picturesque Furano and Biei together by taxi and enjoy local food
This is a comfortable minivan taxi tour with a pick up and a drop off service.
Furano is a city surrounded by the Yubari mountain range and the Tokachidake volcanic mountain range. Now Furano is well known throughout Japan as a tourism destination. It is famous for its lavender fields, the television drama Kita no Kuni kara and the Furano Ski Resort.
Biei is a small town surrounded by a picturesque hilly landscape. Marketing professionals in particular have been attracted by the stunning scenery in this area. Some trees such as a poplar, oaks and larches were used in commercials or for package label designs. Recently the Blue Pond has become famous because of its bright blue color. Let's explore the picturesque Biei and Furano together.
The following is a basic itinerary that can be customized based on your preferences:
9:00 meet at your hotel
The Blue Pond (Except in winter, the pond is covered with snow in winter)
The Shirahige Falls
Panoramic Flower Gardens Shikisai-no-oka ( Except in winter and early spring)
Farm Tomita( November 6- April 20: closed)
Either Cheese Factory or Furano Winery
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Hotel
Duration: 10 hours
weather, traffic and time of year
Private Minivan Taxi
- Guiding Services
Estimated Local Cash Needed
44000 JPY - This is a payment for chartering a minivan taxi (Including tolls and parking fees).The cost will vary depending on time of year. Payment must be made in cash on the spot. We cannot specify the model of a desired taxi.
In addition to this, roughly 3,000 JPY( per person) for lunch, admissions and other expenses
- Personal Expenses
- Food, Drinks, Snacks
A Recent Review of this tour
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Kuni-san is super friendly and has a broad knowledge of the history of the area. His English is great, we had no problems communicating. We saw beautiful flower fields, mountains, farm land, Blue Lake, Biei river and waterfall, and had the best ice cream I've possibly ever had at a small little dairy farm. Many of our stops were hidden gems that I feel I wouldn't have found on my own. This tour is well worth the cost and I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to enjoy Hokkaido countryside.