Field Goes Well with Japanese Larches -Mildseven Hill in Biei-
November 25th, 2016
Mildseven Hill (マイルドセブンの丘) is a hill that Japanese larches planted as a windbreak forest plant along a hill ridge. Because it was used for a television commercial of Mildseven (famous Japanese cigarette) in 1978, it was named Mildseven Hill. The linded silhouette of the Japanese larches in a field is wonderful. Here is famous as a spot that the setting sun looks beautiful. There is not facility at all.
When I read Tweets, Mildseven Hill seems to be popular.
A lot of tourists visit here in a winter, too. But a road for Mildseven Hill is not removed the snow, so a parking lot that about 5 cars can park is provided along the other road, and the tourists can walk on the beaten road. By the way, an entrance into fields is not permitted in the winter, too. In addition, I found famous trees finally. That is a little way off from Mildseven Hill. The tourists can look at that along the road.
Atmosphere of Mildseven Hill Can Be Watched on Youtube
|Admission fee||Free of charge|
|Parking lot||Parking lot is not provided * Pull over to the shoulder of a road|
|Business hours||Open 24 hours|
|Regular closing day||Open all year round|
|Home page||Home page is here|
|Mapcode||389 036 447*55|
Refer to following websites for the accommodations around Mildseven Hill.
|Potato Village Biei Poteto-no-Oka(ポテトヴィレッジ 美瑛ポテトの丘)|
|Alp Lodge BIEI(アルプロッジ 美瑛)|
|Country House KAKI(カントリーハウス KAKI)|
|Pension Ken and Mary(ペンション ケンとメリー)|
A page of Biei is here