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Farm Tomita Lavender East, Kamifurano-cho

(4.3/5 based on 85 reviews on the web)
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  • The farm was again quite dead as it was not lavender season. The car park was literally empty. However, there were activities as in the cafes were open and the shops. Wow, the dried flowers shop was s...  more »
  • Bright blue seen in the photo might be good into mid-July, but the world is in fact great difference photos please see go there! I'm impressed!
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  • You need to plan your trip during the Summer time as there are train services stopping over at this wonderful spot. Plan your journey during the July till end August. You just have to walk 7 mins to t...  more »
  • We were here today 6th.oct, and now is not lavender season so they replaced the farm with other multi color flowers. Love it. Entrance is free. About 15mins walking distance from naka-furano JR station.
  • This place was great and I would have given it 5 stars if we hadn't also gone to Nakafurano. Tomita was really great with tons of shops and things, but also incredibly crowded. I had a more relaxing experience at the other fields we visited, but that's really the only downside of Tomita. Recommend.
  • Amazing lavander field and lots of other flowers. Must try lavander ice cream, so unique and delicious.
  • Even though you don't enjoy the crowd, you would regret if you miss this one. A historical farm, amazing scale with seasonal flowers which are annually rearranged. Recommend you spend a whole day, enjoying various gardens and snacks. Good lineup of souvenirs.
  • came here around end May so there isnt a lot of flowers. I love the lavender + honeydew ice cream here, definitely the best soft serve ice cream i have in Japan.