Located on the eastern Tokachi plain, Ikeda (池田) is a small farming town that became locally famous in the 1960s when the municipal government started experimenting with winemaking. It's a nice stopping point if you're making a long journey to or from the eastern edge of Hokkaidō: there's some pretty farmland to drive through, plus the chance to sample some of the local wine, dairy products and beef.
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