Furano Prince Hotel
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... language and culture were suppressed and the people suffered from discrimination. The Ainu weren't recognised by the Japanese government until 1991and not as an indigenous people until 2008. However, they are reviving their culture and as part of this attempt to highlight their plight, history and culture, they have built a "replica village" which we visited the night we arrived on Hokkaido and enjoyed a short cultural show with traditional songs and dance. The ...
... and in afternoon I took the scenic route 38 over the very green hills back to Obhirio It was very slow going most drivers here cruising at 30 miles per hour even on wide open roads going true unpopulated areas. I saw one black/white car hiding in the bushes but I guess my speed was within tolerance when I passed their speed trap since they did not showed up in the rear ...
... took a late tour oh oops. The people surrounding start talking about this couple Marie respectful of time eventually that they showed up about 10-15 minutes late and a lot of people on the bus decided they going to keep a eye on the family to make sure they're not late for the other destination that we heading to. Next is our main highlight of the day, the Furano, Farm Tomita tour. On arrival we can see the beautiful lavender field waving ...
... Unluckily for the others in the carriage, the gyoza smelled quite strongly of garlic, despite the fact that it was wrapped in 4 layers of plastic. Luckily, more than one window was now open due to the heat, I hope, and not the smell.
Owen and Takako had chartered a bus to take us around Biei. We went to a cheese factory but they also produced ice cream and pizza. Most of us had a try of the cheese ice cream and some had pumpkin ice cream.
... Pond is not precisely clear so we stopped at the visitors centre to have a look at the map. Besides looking at a map we did something very Japanese. Or I think it is very Japanese. Japanese people like a sausage on a stick. So the three of us sat outside the visitors centre and ate a sausage with fabric cheese in it and with different sauces. It wasn't as bad as I thought and the guys really liked it.