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Mild Seven Hills
Its name originates from the Mild Seven promotion where it was used during the 1980s. The main attraction is the larch forest that is lined up perfectly atop the slope of the wheat field. The beauty of these hills also lie in the fact that it shows various landscape sceneries in each of the four seasons: There is fresh green in spring, while lavender and white potato flowers grow in the summer; golden wheat flourish in autumn, and a white snowy view can be seen in winter.
Mita, Biei-cho, Kamikawa, Hokkaido, 071-0222
60 minutes on foot from JR Biei Station
10 minutes by car from JR Biei Station
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