Bihoro Pass (美幌峠 Bihoro-tōge), (On Highway 243 between Bihoro and [[Teshikaga]].). This is Bihoro's sole claim to fame, affording views over Lake Kussharo in the nearby Akan National Park. The pass was also canonized in the eponymous enka (Japanese folk song), which now plays on repeat in the small service area near the pass.edit
Bihoro Agricultural Museum (星美幌農業館 Bihoro-nōgyōkan), . 9AM-5PM daily. With exhibits like "Modern Agricultural Machines" and "Let's Play With BIBOT", this is best reserved for those really rainy days.¥300. edit
Bihoro's speciality is kumazasa-cha (熊笹茶), a type of herbal tea made from the kumazasa (lit. "bear grass") leaf that grows abundantly in this harsh climate. Steeply priced at ¥840 per bag, but worth a try.
Gurutto Panorama Bihoro (ぐるっとパノラマ美幌峠). The fancy name of the highway service area at Bihoro Pass ... but in addition to the souvenir and fried-everything-on-a-stick vendors downstairs, there's a decent restaurant upstairs which serves kumazasa tea along with your meal.edit