Furano: Tomita Farm

Pollen post ahoy! Sixty-nine photos ahead.

Perhaps you’d like to brew a cup of coffee of rummage through the kitchen for some snacks while this post loads. :D

View from Furano Station.

Why does Japan even have cutesy pole-holders? I am jealous. XD

If you stare hard enough at the tiles of the second house from the left, you’d realise that one of the tiles is white. That is the baseball.

We enrolled in a workshop to make glass beads at Sora:

I love that this place used to be a train carriage. <3

Mine, Senpai’s, and a sample.

Making the glass beads was pretty stressful, but we were very happy with our results. XDDD

Paper aprons to protect clothes from raging oil.

Flowers ahoy!

Senpai noticed that a lot of tourists took photos of themselves in this position, so she bade me to do the same. Lol.

Her boyfriend was torturing her by repeatedly saying「もう一度」(‘one more time’). I took pity on her, really, I did. If they still don’t have a decent picture of her jumping, let them know that I do. ^^;

Melon soft cream was yummy! Did not dare to try the Lavender soft cream (seeing as I don’t like lavender potpourri).

Back to Sumire Ryokan, where I tried to molest Kokko (to no avail):

Senpai said that Kokko may just try to swipe at my colourful toes when I tried to use them to attract Kokko’s attention from the kitchen. XDD

So stoic, what a man. XD

Senpai also laughed when she noticed how my knee bruises are symmetrical. I swear I have no idea why I keep bumping my knees into things. OTL

And then we had Omucurry (omelette Rice + curry) for dinner. I was initially pretty wary of it because I can’t tolerate spicy foods, but this was still edible with a lot of iced water:

I kept the flag. :D

Next up, more flowers, and a wedding couple from afar!


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