A request from Biei Town. ～Please observe the tourist rules and traffic rules～
A request to everyone visiting Biei!
The undulating hills of Biei look like a vast flower garden in the summer and a snowy field in the winter, but most of them are actually private land owned by farmers.
In order to pass on these pastoral landscapes to future generations, we must never enter the fields of farmers, always leave them from paved areas, and from areas cleared of snow during the snowy season.
Enjoy the scenery and take pictures.
(We spare no effort in growing our crops so that we can deliver safe and delicious agricultural products to everyone's table.)Also,
when stopping on a narrow road, please be careful not to block traffic.
Please do not trample on fields (private land) or obstruct traffic. It is especially dangerous to stop or sit in the middle of the road.
Please move quickly when the car arrives.
Ken and Mary Tree/Seven Star Tree Parking is limited. We ask for your understanding and cooperation. To prevent traffic accidents, do not park on the street outside the parking lot. Mild Seven Hills/Christmas Tree There is no space for large vehicles to park and no road width to allow oncoming traffic to pass. Do not park large vehicles on the street. Takushinkan (Please follow the passage of the Shirakaba Corridor.) Parking is limited. You can also use the parking lot of the building opposite the Takushinkan
(Yui no Mori *Business day), thank you for your understanding and cooperation. To prevent traffic accidents, do not park on the street outside the parking lot. It is the passage of the birch corridor that many people visit, but there is a flower bed outside
the passage with plants planted in it.
Although it is snowy now, there are also lavender and fruit trees, It is a place carefully cultivated like a farmer's own field (field). Please don't step out of the aisle and trample on the plants. Please follow the "Biei Yamanomachi Sightseeing Etiquette" and
cooperate with farming activities and the lives of ordinary residents.