Hokkaido is an ideal tourist destination in the summer. There are many vast flower fields, illuminating an entire Hokkaido. There are many flowers blooming in the spring and summer, from sunflowers to lavender, take a look at the sea of ​​flowers in Hokkaido with KVBro!


Cherry blossoms are blooming flowers blooming in spring in Japan, starting to bloom just after cherry blossoms. Higashi Mokoto (ひ が し も こ と 芝 桜 公園) is a 10-hectare park located in the town of Oroza in Hokkaido. From the beginning of May, flowers of the genus Anh blooming create a whole field of pink. The festival is held throughout the season and you can see the flowers at night.

How to go: should go by car; but can still be reached by public transportation. Take the bus from JR Abashiri Station (50 minutes) and get off at Higashi Mokoto Station, then take a 5 minute taxi. During the flowering season, there will be shuttle bus from Higashi Motoko station.

Address: Abashiri-gun, Hokkaido, Japan 099-3232 [Map]

Tel: +81 152-66-3111

Entrance fee: 500 yen

Time: 8: 00-17: 00

Best time to see the flowers: between May and early June

Web: Hoa Chi Anh Higashi Mokoto Park

Tomita Farm (フ ァ ー ム 富田) is known as Japan’s largest lavender field, attracting millions of visitors every summer. The farm has many fields with many flowers starting to bloom from early May to mid-October. But if you want to see this famous lavender field, the best time to come here is in July.

How to go: 7 minutes walk from Lavender Field Station

Address: Kisen Kita 15-go, Nakafurano-cho, Sorachi-gun, Hokkaido 071-0704 [Map]

Admission: free

Time: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm

Best time to watch flowers: early to mid-July

Web: Tomita Farm

Tel: + 81-167-39-3939


Shikisai Hill or Shikisai no Oka (色彩 の 丘) is a famous flower field located in the town of Biei in Hokkaido. This 7-hectare hill is filled with colorful blooms that blooming throughout the summer, and visitors can enjoy the scenery around the field with unique vehicles such as bus trucks, oxcarts, baggie car … In winter, the field opens to welcome visitors like a snow park.

  • Access: 25 minutes on foot from JR Bibaushi Station
  • Address: Shinsei-daisan, Biei, Kamikawagun, Hokkaido [Map]
  • Entrance fee: 200 yen
  • Time: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm (depending on the month)
  • Best time: July
  • Web: Shikisainooka
  • Tel: 0166-95-2758


1.2 million tulips with more than 200 species covering the 70,000 m2 field at Kamiyubetsu Tulip Park (か み ゆ う べ つ チ ュ ー リ ッ プ 公園). The park is located in the town of Yubetsu in western Hokkaido, about 1.5 hours drive from Memanbetsu Airport. During the tulip season, the Dutch theme festival is held in the park and you can watch charming tulips and windmills.

  • Address: Tondenshigaichi, Monbetsu-gun, Yubetsu-cho 099-6501 [Map]
  • Tel: 01586-2-5866
  • Entrance fee: 500 yen
  • How to go: should go by car. The nearest station is Engaru Station, which is also 15 km from the park.
  • Time: 8: 00 ~ 18: 00
  • Best time: mid-May
  • Web: Kamiyubetsu Tulip Park


The field of sunflowers is a symbol of summer in Hokkaido. The sunflower field of Hokuryu Town (北 竜 町 ひ ま わ り の 里) is very famous, located about 100 km north of Sapporo City. There are more than 1.5 million sunflowers on a field of 23.1 hectares and visitors can enjoy the impressive scenery of the bright yellow fields. The festival is held annually from mid-July to mid-August.

  • Address: 〒 078 – 2511 Hokkaidō Uryū-gun Hokuryū-chō Itaya 143 [Map]
  • Admission: free
  • Time: 24 hours
  • Best time: early August
  • Web: Hokuryu Sunflower Field

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