Famous lavender farms in Japan

Lavender or lavender is one of the most famous flowers in the world and makes the Hokkaido region attractive in Japan.


Farm Tomita

There are many varieties of lavender here, such as Noushi Hayazaki and Youtei, which bloom in early to mid-July; Okamurazaki blooms from mid to late July. Photo: Ecosia.

To get to Tomita Farm, it takes about 45 minutes by car from Asahikawa Airport, about 5 minutes from JR Furano Station and 7 minutes on foot from JR Lavender Farm Station. There is no entrance fee for visitors. Address: 15, Kisenkita, Nakafurano-cho, Hokkaido. Photo: Pinterest.

Farm Choei

This place attracts visitors by the dreamy beauty of immense lavender fields, stretching on the slopes. There are four types of lavender here, including early-bloomed Noushi Hayazaki, late-bloomed Okamurasaki, white lavender Misetosekka and large Lavandin. Photo: Zekkeijapan.

You can walk up the slopes by yourself to admire the beauty of the flower fields here. In addition, the cable car experience in this area will leave you with unforgettable memories of your trip.

Guests are free of charge. Opening hours are 9am to 6pm. The farm may be closed due to bad weather. Address: 1-41, Miyamachi, Nakafurano-cho, Sorachi-gun, Hokkaido. Photo: Jpn-trip.

Hinode field

Hinode Lavender Garden in Kamifurano town, about a 10-15 minute drive from Lavender East. This is the first land to grow lavender in Furano and there is a monument to this. The best time to see lavender is mid to late July. There is no entrance fee. Address 27, Higashi1-senkita, Kamifurano-cho Sorachi-gun, Hokkaido. Photo: Digjapan.

Garden Furuno Jam

In addition to admiring the immense lavender fields, you can watch many other flowers such as peony, spider flower … Then you can visit Aunti Jam store to enjoy 38 types of jam and other products other agricultural products. Photo: Tugo.

The main lavender species here is the late-blooming Okamurasaki, which can be seen from mid to late July. However even if you miss out on the lavender season, there are plenty of other flowers to enjoy. Like other farms, admission is free. This place is open from 9am to 5:30 pm. Address: 3, Higashirokugo, Furano-shi, Hokkaido. Photo: Furanotourism.

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