Lavender East

One of the largest lavender fields in Japan is in the Higashinaka District of Kamifurano Town. It's 4 km east of Farm Tomita, in the direction of the Tokachi Mountains.
Rice paddies have been converted into the lavender field, to produce perfume ingredients.
Located in the heart of the rural Furano valley, Lavender East commands views of the Tokachi Mountains to the east and the diverse Mt. Furanonishi, Mt. Ashibetsu and other moutains in the Yubari range to the South. This is where lavender cultivation started in Furano.

Blooming season
early – mid-July
Best viewing season
mid-July

Hours

July: 9:00 – 16:30

Aug. – June: Closed

*Operating schedules and hours are subject to change depending on weather conditions and other circumstances. Please contact us for more information.

Facility information

Lavender Bus

Lavender Bus

Lavender Bus operates at Lavender East. The carriage is drawn by a lavender-colored tractor. It takes 15 to 20 minutes to tour the lavender field.
During the tour, voice guidance is given in four languages: Japanese, English, Chinese and Korean. See the splendid views of the lavender field, the Tokachi Mountains and the Yubari Mountains.
The carriage has two rows of seats. The front row offers seven individual seats, while the rear row offers a bench seat for 10 people. The rear row has a higher vantage piont. The carriage has an open structure, with no windows or posts.
Relax and enjoy the panoramic view that stretches in front of you, while feeling pleasant breezes.

Fares (incl. tax)

Adults (13 years old or older): 200 yen
Children (4 – 12 years old): 100 yen
Infants (3 years old or younger): free

Notes: Operation may be suspended due to inclement weather.
Please inquire about the operation conditions.

Phone: 0167-39-3939 (Farm Tomita)
(Available: 9:00~16:30)

Observation deck

Observation deck

Just inside the entrance, a staircase on your left brings you to an observation deck. It commands splendid views of 90 thousand lavender bushes and Fragrant Breeze Hill. Don't miss the refreshing lavender-scented breezes and the vast expanse of the field.

Fragrant Breeze Hill

Fragrant Breeze Hill

This hill is in the heart of the lavender field. The hilltop commands views of a purple carpet stretching over a vast area and of magnificent mountains. A stream flows from the hilltop to the pond. The source is a natural spring. The sound of flowing water cools and refreshes you in the hot summer.

Lavare House

Lavare House

This house welcomes guests to Lavender East. Lavare comes from the Latin word "lavare," meaning "to wash." The word "lavender" derives from it. This shop offers Farm Tomita gifts, soft-serve ice cream and drinks, Take the time to enjoy shopping in sunlight that gently filters through the skylights. Outside the house, there's a terrace with an awning.

Lavender white chocolate soft-serve ice cream

Cone: 320 yen

Cup: 270 yen
(incl. 8% consumption tax)

Available only at Lavender East

Lavender white chocolate soft-serve ice cream

Vanilla soft-serve ice cream made from Hokkaido cream is added, with white chocolate, to the lavender soft-serve ice cream, the most popular original item at Farm Tomita. The vanilla goes perfectly with the flavors of lavender and chocolate. This ice cream is available only at Lavender East.

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