This forest is full of flowers and plants that particularly bloom in a northern area, and reminds us of what ancient forests must have been like. One can feel the vitality of the trees and flowers.
Tashiro-no-mori, which is in the southern part of the Tokachi area, was created by the owner. By cutting the Kuma bamboo grass (Kumazasa), flowers and plants that had been hidden under the grass for any years were able to grow out, and they can bloom now. In spring, many flowers including Dogtooth violet, Trillium kamtschaticum and Glaucidium palmatum, as well as Skunk Cabbage and Caltha fistulosa Schipcz. flowers in the softly colored forest. There are also old high-floored style buildings and stone kilns. The garden warmly welcomes visitors with its many flowers and plants.*Please contact to the owner before visiting.