Located around 6 kilometres to the northeast of Furano Ski Resort, Furano village offers plenty more accommodation, largely catering to the crowds that descend on the area from spring to autumn to view its famous flower fields including its hugely popular lavender fields. You’ll find all manner of hotels and guesthouses in these two areas including mid-sized / business hotels, family-run lodges and guesthouses along with self-contained apartments.
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There are multiple farms and places around Furano to walk amongst the flowers – including the Furano Lavender Fields, Naka-Furano Flower Park, Farm Tomida, Lavender East and others – with most easily accessible from Lavender-Farm Station and Naka-Furano Station. Lavender typically begins to bloom in late-June and will be at its peak from mid-July to early-August. Other flowers including blossoms, poppies, lilies and sunflowers also bloom from June until September. Should you be headed to Furano to ski and snowboard, we recommend choosing accommodation within walking distance of the ski fields but for anyone headed there to enjoy the flowers, staying around Furano Station is your best option.