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We drove by this Parent Child Tree by accident while trying to locate the trees. Somehow the road leading to them was blocked with notice put up “No Entry...”. We were considering to ignored the sign as it didn’t look official with it hand-written wording....More
There is not so much said about these trees history but just because these 3 trees, with one significantly smaller than the other 2, are standing in the middle of am otherwise empty meadow. Well, breaking the meadow landscape certainly make it like a picture...More
i decided to quit tree hunting after this pair - after having seen almost all the trees, i still don't understand what's so special about them. maybe it's just me but the time would have been better spent seeing something else....?
As someone else mentioned, the Child tree has grown taller. We stopped by bc we were driving around Biei anyway. Pretty quick stop and a bit too boring to be an attraction in itself. The sign explaining Parent Child Tree is multilingual and has English.
The symbol at Biei is here - where you can see the trees standing on the green. Very beautiful. It worths to go if you are heading to Biei and Furano....where you can see the trees here and the flowers in Furano.
Of all the trees that are in the area, maybe this pair is the nicest one. But in general all the area is really nice. The places are well signed, so you can make a nice tour through Biei area. Of course a car is...More