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National Livestock Breeding Center Tokachi Farm (Incorporated Administrative Agency)独立行政法人家畜改良センター十勝牧場 白樺並木と展望台

Ministry/Prefectural Office

The National Livestock Breeding Center Tokachi Farm was originally established as a stud farm by the Horse Administration Bureau in 1910; after the end of the Second World War, the facility was given responsibility for improving the quality of the horses used in agriculture in Japan, and subsequently for improving sheep breeds and boosting sheep production, as well as improving beef cattle and dairy cattle breeds. The Farm’s 1.3 kilometers-long avenue lined with White Birch trees has been designated as one of Otofuke District’s “Beautiful Forests,” and has been used as a location for filming TV drama series. Please note that the Farm does not have a shop selling cheese products or other souvenir gifts. The National Livestock Breeding Center Tokachi Farm is around 30 minutes’ drive from Obihiro Station.


Hokkaido Katougunotofukechou Komabanamiki 8-1 (Obihiro / TokachiArea)

phone 0155442131

General tourist can not visit
Main road from Shirasu Nami Thursday to observation deck is released

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Reviewed:2019/10/14 壮大
Reviewed:2019/05/14 低い目線で十勝平野を堪能
Reviewed:2018/11/13 展望台?

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Hokkaido Katougunotofukechou Komabanamiki 8-1 [ map ]
Obihiro / TokachiArea
General tourist can not visit
Main road from Shirasu Nami Thursday to observation deck is released
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