Poplar avenue is where frost is on the trees and shiny snow crystals flutter.
In winter Farm Tomita, which welcomes hanabito (flower lovers) with colorful flowers in the green season, is covered with snow as far as the eye can see.
Visit the Farm Tomita Garden in winter that is totally different from summer.
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This photo gallery with a name "fleur" meaning "flower" in French showcases the four seasons at Farm Tomita in a double-height stone building.
In the Greenhouse, you can enjoy the beauty of lavender even if it is not summer. You can also enjoy various other colorful flowers and foliage plants here.
This is Farm Tomita's welcome house, and is filled with soft light that filters through the stained-glass windows. The first floor has a gift shop selling original goods and a café. On the second floor is the Tadao Tomita Museum.
Café René offers soft-serve lavender ice cream, croquettes, hot drinks and other items.
The house features Japan's largest exhibition room of dried flowers. The interior arrangement under the theme of "Spring and Hanami (cherry blossom viewing)" is the brainchild of Mr. Len Alkemade, a floral designer from Holland.