Have you ever tried overwintered potatoes? On this farm tour in Furano, you will learn all there is to know about the practice of overwintering, including how it works for different products and how Hokkaido farmers cultivate crops in freezing temperatures. In cold regions, crops are kept under snow or in ice houses during winter. In the case of potatoes and most other vegetables, this process increases the amount of natural sugars and makes the texture fluffy and soft when cooked. The results speak for themselves: vegetables that are extra sweet and delicious.