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Bibaushi Elementary School
This elementary school building was built in 1910, and is still in service. A triangular roof tower built when the school building was renovated in 1984 is popular among tourists. Tourists are not allowed inside the school premises as classes are still held inside the school. Make sure to be considerate when taking photos and while walking around the premises.
2-2-58 Bibaushi-Minami, Biei-cho, Kamikawa, Hokkaido
Actually, shooting the photo of the school building from a little bit of distance is more suitable as you can include flowers and plants from spring to fall, and snowy landscape in the winter season. The school is surrounded by lush greens that tend to hide school building, but it’s nice to take time to have a relaxing stroll to find your perfect photo shooting spots!
Approximately a 15-minute cab ride from the “Biei Station” on the JR Furano Line.
Approximately a 15-minute walk from the “Bibaushi Station” on the JR Furano Line.
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