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A small cheese factory which has its production line on showcase on Level 1 and a retail shop above where there's free tasting of cheese.
You can also sign up to learn how to make your own cheese. Not accessible by public transport so you...More
Furano cheese factory offers the first hand experience of how local cheese is made Hokkaido style. A workshop is offered to visitors at an affordable price. Nice shop offers a variety of cheese and a mini museum is compact and informational. Don't forget to stop...More
This is a place good for bringing kids. It takes up about 1-2 hours.
There are different classes for the kids to take. Be it learning how to make your own cheese, ice cream, etc.... Each classes cost about ¥880/- per pax and lasts for...More
Not a must visit place in my view as they only show a small sections of the cheese making process.
You have the chance to sample 2-3 types of cheese which are good but as they need to be refrigerated, you cannot get to bring...More
Nice place to visit. They have glass panels along the factory to view the different processes in cheese production. Had a taste of 3 different produce and they were very tasty. You can also attend cheese making or ice cream making class. Instructions are given...More
It's your classic "factory" or "museum" which is really just a place for bus tours to buy stuff. You can see the factory through windows, but that's it really.
It's charming, but it's not really an attraction. It's a picturesque walk from Furano through farm...More
For a foreigner it might be a bit difficult as there is no handy information to explain the cheese-making process in English, so on the self-guided tour there is nothing much you can get out from. However, there is a class which we didn't sign...More
I expected more special, seeing as we have had nothing but 'wow' food in Japan. We would very happily have these ice creams, cheese and yoghurts at our supermarket and we would have bought them all the time, but we weren't super amazed. Maybe it...More
The cheese factory section offers an area for cheese making classes (appears to be in Japanese) and sells an assortment of cheeses and wine. The factory area also provides a place to experience milking a cow and showing the history of cheeses around the world....More