Hakodate ranch, a ranch located in a picture-perfect plateau.
I went to a ranch on the outskirts of Hakodate. How about this environment?
I went to a ranch in Hakodate. After all, Hakodate, or rather Hokkaido, is beef. Dairy products are delicious. Milk-based, butter, cheese, he’s raw milk, accompanying dairy products, chocolate… After all, he must have a ranch. So I went. From Hakodate, go out to the suburbs at high speed and drive slowly up the mountain. feel well. And finally, there was a ranch along the mountain.
A plateau like the foot of Aso or the foot of Mt. Fuji.
I feel great about this location… Speaking of places like this, the plateau at the foot of Mt. Aso… A plateau at the foot of Mt.Fuji, a sight that would never be seen in the Kansai region where I live now. So does it look good? In addition to the wonderful location, this ranch uses the size of this land luxuriously! In fact, there is a vast grassy plain with lots of grass, and of course, all of it becomes food for the cows, but I get all the milk from the cows that grow on it. Chocolate, ice cream, cheese, butter, anything can be a dairy product. The purpose is two, can this cow be eaten by humans? I have a bad idea, but…
It is a cowshed on the outskirts of Hakodate.
When I went downstairs, there was something that looked like a roadside station that sold dairy products, so I went there as well. Of course, there is a cow at the entrance. Of course, I also got soft serve ice cream. The soft-serve ice cream, which seems to be made with freshly harvested milk around here, is sure to be delicious. It sure was delicious with a lot of milk. There was a cowshed on the premises, so I went there. Then, of course, there was the cow. He was eating his food with his buttocks side by side as usual. I like the scenery with these butts lined up. This scene can also be seen on Ishigaki Island in Okinawa. Same with Hokkaido and Okinawa…