After finishing my breakfast, I checked out and waited for the bus at the bus stop, there are green mountains a little far:
I rented a bicycle near Furano station, planning three hours to see lavender, including time costing on the way and way back, 200JPY per hour. The starting time is 8:50.
I bought some lavender essential oil, lavender seed, small lavender bags at Lavender East, Farm Tomita.
I back at Furano station at 12:10. I bought a bowl of noodle, saying Japanese. It seemed no surprising. A western couple bought a bowl of noodle too. After I had finished the noodle, I said to the old woman, who runs the kiosk, in English: “Can I get some water?” She was staring at me with a surprised face.
I went to line up early so that I could get a seat which can make my night travel a little more comfortable. I got on the night train to Aomori. To here, Hokkaido trip is almost to the end. The next day is on the train to Kandatsu, where I live.