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  • September 1st, 2014
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[Akan Mashu National Park] Original Hokkaido Landscape Can Be Enjoyed

I introduce about the Akanko Area and the Onneto Area on the first page, and introduce about the Mashuko Area and the Kussharoko Area on the second page.

Mashuko Area

Lake Mashu is a caldera lake in Teshikaga town located in the northeastern part of Lake Akan (阿寒湖), and means "A mountain god's lake" in Ainu language. In Akan Mashu National Park, the perimeter of the lake is about 19.8 km. The maximum water depth is 211 m. The lake is well-known as the 2nd clearest lake after Lake Baikal in the world, and does not has a river, But it is a mysterious lake that lake water level has barely changed if it rains. The Lake Mashu has much fog and a few sunny intervals, and it is called "Foggy Lake Mashu (霧の摩周湖)", too. 3 viewing points, the Mashu 1st Observation Deck, Mashu 3rd Observation Deck (摩周第三展望台), Uramashu Observation Deck (裏摩周展望台) are built on the cliff with 300 - 400 m in height from the surface of the lake around the Lake Mashu. By the way, Mashu 2nd Observation Deck (摩周第二展望台) used to be in old days, too, but it was not used, so it has disappeared. Article is here

Lake Mashu
Lake Mashu in Teshikaga

Mashu 1st Observation Deck

Mashu 1st Observation Deck (摩周第一展望台) is a viewing point along Hokkaido Road 52 in southwestern part of Lake Mashu. In Akan Mashu National Park, it built on a somma of the Lake Mashu at about 520 m above sea level. Kamuisshu Island (カムイシュ島) can be seen on the left side, and Mt. Mashudake (摩周岳) can be seen on the right side, and a trailhead to the Mt. Mashudake is provided, too. A concrete building and a parking lot are built on the site, and the building has Mashuko Resthouse (摩周湖レストハウス) and a restroom on the 1st floor, and a rooftop is an observation deck. The Mashuko Resthouse has a restraunt and a souvenir shop, too. Because here is the most famous place in the tourist attractions of the Lake Mashu, a lot of visitors come. Chipmunk is made take to feeding, too. Admission free. A parking lot is charged for JPY 500 in a summer, but it is free of charge in a winter, and the Mashu Resthouse is closed, too. Article is here

Winter Lake Mashu
Lake Mashu in Teshikaga

Mashu 3rd Observation Deck

Mashu 3rd Observation Deck (摩周第三展望台) is a viewing spot along Hokkaido Road 52 in western part of Lake Mashu. In Akan Mashu National Park, it built on a somma of the Lake Mashu at about 670 m above sea level. Overlapped Mt. Mashudake (摩周岳) and Kamuisshu Island (カムイシュ島) can be seen only on this observation deck. There are the observation deck and a parking lot on the site. A superb view of Mt. Iouzan (硫黄山) and Lake Kussharo (屈斜路湖) can be seen from the neighborhood of parking lot, too. Admission free. A parking lot is free of charge. The Hokkaido Road 52 is closed from early November to late April. Unfortunately, a souvenir shop and a restroom are not built. Article is here

Mt. Mashudake and Kamuisshu Island
Lake Mashu in Teshikaga

Uramashu Observation Deck

Uramashu Observation Deck (裏摩周展望台) is a viewing point at the end of Hokkaido Road 150 in northeastern part of Lake Mashu. In Akan Mashu National Park, it built on a somma of the Lake Mashu at about 580 m above sea level, and is in the other side of Mashu 1st Observation Deck (摩周第一展望台) and Mashu 3rd Observation Deck (摩周第三展望台) across the lake, too, and only Uramashu Observation Deck is in Kiyosato town. Uramashu 2nd Observation Deck used to be near here, too. Mt. Mashudake (摩周岳) can be seen on the left side and, Kamuisshu Island (カムイシュ島) can be seen on the right side. An observation deck, a souvenir shop, a rest place, a public restroom and a parking lot are built on the site. Admission free. A parking lot is free of charge. An entrance gate of the Uramashu Observation Deck is closed from November to late April. * Uramashu means "The back side of the Lake Mashu" in Japanese, and the Mashu 1st Observation Deck and the Mashu 3rd Observation Deck are called "The front side of the lake" because those are famous. Article is here

View from Uramashu Observation Deck
Lake Mashu in Teshikaga

Kaminoko Pond

Kaminoko Pond (神の子池) is a pond in Kiyosato town located in the northern direction of Lake Mashu (摩周湖). In Akan Mashu National Park, the pond is in a primeval forest at about 280 m above sea level. After turning Hokkaido Road 1115 to a forestry road, visitors head the road for about 2 km, and reach to a parking lot. The perimeter of the pond is about 220 m. The maximum water depth is 5 m. The pond is very small. It is said that the Kaminoko Pond is connected to Lake Mashu under the ground, and water of 12,000 t a day spring out from the bottom of the pond. * There is another opinion that the Kaminoko Pond is not connected to the Lake Mashu, too. People in the old days thought of the pond as the son of the Lake Mashu meaned "A mountain god's lake" in Ainu language, and the pond was named "Kaminoko Pond (A son of the god in Japanese language)". * There are various opinions. Trees that sank into the pond have never rotted have a good reputation, and it becomes a popular tourist attraction as a spiritual place because of the mystery. There are the Kaminoko Pond, walks, a restroom and the parking lot on the site. Admission free. The parking lot is free of charge. Bears live around here, so you had better do not visite here in the early morning or the evening. By the way, snow is not removed on the forestry road, and the road might be closed almost from mid November to late April. Article is here

Most Abyss Part Is Blue
Kaminoko Pond in Kiyosato

Mashu Onsen

Mashu Onsen (摩周温泉) is a hot spring resort in Teshikaga town located in the northern direction of Kushiro city. The hot spring resort is divided into 2 hot spring places, Teshikaga Onsen (弟子屈温泉) along Kushiro River and Tobetsu Onsen (鐺別温泉) along Tobetsu River, and some hot spring facilities and accommodations are built there. Those hot spring places that were named after world famous Lake Mashu have been collectively called the Mashu Onsen since 1981. Road Station "Mashu Onsen" (道の駅「摩周温泉」) is built, and a footbath is on the site, too. Teshikaga Station was renamed Mashu Staion in 1990. Souvenir shops, restaurants, cafes, convenience stores, Izakaya and bars with a surcharge are built in the center of the Teshikaga, too. As for tourist attractions around here, the Lake Mashu and Lake Kussharo (屈斜路湖) are famous in particular. 900 Sogen Grassland (900草原), Mt. Iou (硫黄山), and Kimto Marsh (キンムトー) are relatively near here. Article is here

Kame-no-Yu
Mashu Onsen

Orchardgrass

Orchardgrass (オーチャードグラス) is a restaurant at Kawayu-Onsen Station building in Teshikaga town located in the northern direction of Kushiro city. The orchardgrass is a kind of a grass. After Kawayu-Onsen Station became an unmanned station, the Orchardgrass started a business in 1987. The station building is a wooden building built in 1930, and it has an atmosphere such as the Showa period. There is a footbath on the station building, too. Article is here

Soft-Boiled Egg on Hamburger Steak
Hamburg Steak -Orchardgrass in Teshikaga-

Kussharoko Area

The Lake Kussharo is the largest caldera lake in Japan in Teshikaga town located in the northeastern part of Lake Akan (阿寒湖), and its shape tuend into the current shape by large-scale eruptions 40,000 years ago. Before then, the lake was larger round lake than the current lake. It is the 2nd largest caldera lake in the world after Lake Toba in Indonesia, too. In Akan Mashu National Park, The perimeter of the lake is about 57 km, and the maximum depth is 117 m, and Nakashima (中島), the largest island on the fresh water lake in the Japan, flotas on the surface of the lake, but landing is prohibited. There are Mt. Mokoto (藻琴山), the Wakoto Peninsula, Bihoro Pass Lookout (美幌峠展望台), Tubetsu Pass Observation Deck (津別峠展望台), Mokotoyama Lookout Parking Park (藻琴山展望駐車公園), Highland Koshimizu 725 (ハイランド小清水725), Wakoto Onsen (和琴温泉), Sanko Onsen (三香温泉), Kotan Onsen (コタン温泉), Ike-no-Yu Onsen (池ノ湯温泉), Suna-Yu (砂湯), Nibushi Onsen (仁伏温泉), Wakoto-kohan Campsite (和琴湖畔キャンプ場), Wakoto Campsite (和琴キャンプ場), Suna-Yu Campsite (砂湯キャンプ場) and Highland Koshimizu Campsite (ハイランド小清水キャンプ場) around the Lake Kussharo. Article is here

Wakoto Peninsula
Lake Kussharo

Wakoto Peninsula

Wakoto Peninsula (和琴半島) is the only peninsula extending out Lake Kussharo (屈斜路湖) in the sout side of the Lake Kussharo. In Akan Mashu National Park, Wakoto Field House (和琴フィールドハウス), Wakoto-Kohan Campsite (和琴半島湖畔キャンプ場), Wakoto Campsite (和琴キャンプ場), a nature trail (自然探勝路), Wakoto Onsen (和琴温泉), a souvenir shop, a restraunt, a boat for hire, Koshin-so (湖心荘), a public restroom and a parking lot are built on the site. Fresh green, a canoe and fishing can be enjoyed in a summer, Fall foliage can be enjoyed in an autumn and a snow scenery can be enjoyed in a winter, and it is said to be a sightseeing base of the Lake Kussharo. By the way, Min-min-zemi cicada (ミンミンゼミ) inhabits here, and they do not inhabit further north than the Lake Kussharo, so they have been designated as a special natural treasure since 1951. Admission free. A parking lot is free of charge. Article is here

Wakoto Peninsula
Lake Kussharo

Bihoro Pass Lookout

Bihoro Pass (美幌峠) is a pass at about 493 m in height in the northwest side of the Lake Kussharo, and is a popular viewing point with a view of the Lake Kussharo on the hilltop of Bihoro National Route (National Route 243) connecting Bihoro town and Teshikaga town, and is a shooting place for Japanese movie "What is your name? (君の名は)", too. In Akan Mashu National Park, Bihoro Pass Lookout (美幌峠展望台), Roadside Station "Gurutto-Panorama Bihoro-Toge (ぐるっとパノラマ美幌峠)", a monument inscribed with a song "Bihoro-Toge (美幌峠)" sang by Ms. Hibari Misora, a public restroom and a parking lot are built on the site. A restaurant, a souvenir shop and a restroom are provided at the roadside station, and visitors can take a rest, too. A soft serve ice cream with striped bamboo flavor is popular in particular. Admission free. The parking lot is free of charge. Article is here

Wakoto Peninsula Comes into Sight
Bihoro Pass Lookout around Lake Kussharo

Tsubetsu Pass Observation Deck

Tsubetsu Pass (津別峠) is a pass at 745 m in height in the west side of Lake Kussharo. Tsubetsu Pass Observation Tower (津別峠展望台) near the mountaintop of Hokkaido Road 588 connecting Tubetsu town and Teshikaga town is a popular viewing point with a view of the Lake Kussharo, and is the highest viewing point at 951 m above sea level in some viewing points around the lake. In Akan Mashu National Park, the Tsubetsu Pass Observation Tower and a parking lot are built on the site. A food truck "Yamasuke (山輔)" sometimes opens on the parking. The Tsubetsu Pass Observation Tower is well-known for seeing a sea of clouds, and the sea of the clouds tour is held with the growing popularity of it recently. Admission free. The parking lot is free of charge. By the way, Drive safety because the Hokkaido Road 588 is narrow, and has a lot of sharp curves, too. Article is here

Tsubetsu Pass
Tsubetsu Pass Observation Deck around Lake Kussharo

Highland Koshimizu 725

Mokoto Pass (藻琴峠) is a pass at 648 m above sea level in the northern side of the Lake Kussharo, and Highland Koshimizu 725 (ハイランド小清水725) is built at 725 m above sea level on the hillside of Mt. Mokoto (藻琴山) near the hilltop of Hokkaido Road 102 connecting Koshimizu town and Teshikaga town, and is a popular viewing point with a view of the Lake Kussharo or Mt. Sharidake (斜里岳). Visitors can sometimes see a sea of clouds covered with the lake. In Akan Mashu National Park, there are the Highland Koshimizu 725, a lookout, a trailhead to the Mt. Mokoto (Koshimizu Course), a public restroom and a parking lot on the site. Spring water of the Mt. Mokoto named "Chomeisui (長命水)" is gushed beside the parking lot. It is well-known as drinkable famous mineral water, and a lot of the visitors come to draw water. By the way, the Highland Koshimizu 725 has a restaurant and a souvenir shop, and the visitors can take a rest ,too. Admission free. The parking lot is free of charge. Article is here

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View from Lookout
Highland Koshimizu 725 around Lake Kussharo

Mokotoyama Lookout Parking Park

Mokotoyama Lookout Parking Park (藻琴山展望駐車公園) is a viewing point at 430 m above sea level in the northeast side of the Lake Kussharo (屈斜路湖), and is built to see the lake along Hokkaido Road 102. You might see a sea of clouds in the early morning if you are lucky. In addition, starry sky is beautiful in the evening, too. In Akan Mashu National Park, there are a gazebo and a parking lot on the site. Admission free. The parking lot is free of charge. Article is here

View from Mokotoyama Lookout Parking Park
Mokotoyama Parking Observation Park around Lake Kussharo

Sunayu

Sunayu (砂湯) is a touring attraction along Hokkaido Road 52 in the east side of Lake Kussharo (屈斜路湖), and is named because hot springs ooze out from sandy beach on the lakeside. It means "A place that sand gushes out" in Ainu language, too, so the hot springs have oozed out since a very long time ago. In Akan Mashu National Park, Sunayu Campsite (砂湯キャンプ場), Sunayu Resthouse Letarachip (砂湯レストハウス レタラチップ), Koike Shoten souvenir shop (小池商店), a public restroom and a parking lot on the site. The Sunayu Resthouse Letarachip has a restraunt and souvenir shop, and a swan boat can be rented, too. In addition, they accept a motorboat tour. Fresh green, camping, playing in water, fishing and canoeing can be enjoyed in a summer, fall foliage can be enjoyed in an autumn, and a winter scenery and Whooper swans can be enjoyed in a winter. Admission free. A parking lot is free of charge. Article is here

Sunayu
Sunayu Onsen around Lake Kussharo

Mt. Iou

Mt. Iou (硫黄山) is an active volcano with 512 m in height in Teshikaga town between Lake Mashu (摩周湖) and Lake Kussharo (屈斜路湖). In Akan Mashu National Park, here used to be a sulfur mine, so it has been called Mt. Iou. * The sulfur means "Iou" in Japanese language. But its true name is Mt. Atosanupuri (アトサヌプリ) that means "A naked mountain" in Ainu language. A lave dome was born from 1,000 to 1,500 years ago. There are more than 1,500 large and small fumaroles, and those still have been vomiting forth steam. A mysterious view with greenish brown and yellow ground changed colors by sulfur and native light brown ground can be seen, and it smells the sulfur like bad eggs in the air. Admission free. A parking lot is charged for JPY 500 in a summer. But the parking lot is free of charge in a winter. Article is here

Mt. Iou
Mt. Iou in Teshikaga

Fall Foliage around Lake Kussharo

The Lake Kussharo is famous for fall foliage, too. The fall foliage in Wakoto Peninsula is beautiful, and the fall foliage along Hokkaido Route 52 is beautiful, too. But I have never seen it, so I want to visit to see it next time. The best time to see is from early October to mid October.

Fall Foliage in Wakoto Peninsula
Fall Foliage around Lake Kussharo
Fall Foliage in Wakoto Peninsula
Fall Foliage around Lake Kussharo
Fall Foliage in Wakoto Peninsula
Fall Foliage around Lake Kussharo
Fall Foliage in Wakoto Peninsula
Fall Foliage around Lake Kussharo
Fall Foliage from Tsubetsu Pass Observatory
Fall Foliage around Lake Kussharo
Fall Foliage from Tsubetsu Pass Observatory
Fall Foliage around Lake Kussharo
Fall Foliage from Tsubetsu Pass Observatory
Fall Foliage around Lake Kussharo

Kawayu Onsen

Kawayu Onsen (川湯温泉) is a famous hot-spring place in Teshikaga town located in the northern direction of Kushiro city. There are Mt. Iou (硫黄山), Lake Kussharo (屈斜路湖) and Lake Mashu (摩周湖) around the Kawayu Onsen, and it is a base for sightseeing, and about 0.7 million tourists come every year. Ph of the hot springs is about 1.8, and the Kawayu Onsen is popular for great strong acidic hot springs in Japan together with Tamagawa Onsen in Akita prefecture, Kusatsu Onsen in Gunma prefecture, Zao Onsen in Yamagata prefecture and Sukayu Onsen in Aomori prefecture. They are proud of high quality hot springs, and chant "100% narutal free flowing hot springs" as a whole, and all the hot spring facilities use the 100% narutal free flowing hot springs. Article is here

Ikedaya
Kawayu Onsen in Teshikaga -Ikedaya-

Wakoto Onsen

Wakoto Onsen (和琴温泉) is hot spring place in Teshikaga town located in the northern direction of Kushiro city. The hot spring gushes out at the lakeshore in the southern part of Lake Kussharo (屈斜路湖) in Akan Mashu National Park. The Wakoto Onsen is the generic name of some onsen. 2 campsites, Wakoto Hanto Kohan Campsite (和琴半島湖畔キャンプ場) and Wakoto Campsite (和琴野営場), are at Wakoto Peninsula. There are a shop, a public restroom and Onsen Ryokan Koshin-so (湖心荘) around a public parking lot. Unfortunately, a convenience store is not built around here. Article is here

Good Sence of Openness
Wakoto Onsen Open-air Bath in Teshikaga

Sanko Onsen

Sanko Onsen (三香温泉) is a hot spring place in Teshikaga town located in the northern direction of Kushiro city. Only Inn "Sanko Onsen" is built on the shore of Lake Kussharo (屈斜路湖) in Akan Mashu National Park, and the distance from the center of the Teshikaga is around 20 km. Unfortunately, a convenience store is not built around here. There are Wakoto Peninsula (和琴半島), Wakoto Onsen (和琴温泉), Kotan Onsen (コタン温泉) and Ike-no-Yu Onsen (池の湯) around the Sanko Onsen, and various natural open-air baths can be enjoyed throughout the year. Cherry blossoms can be enjoyed in a spring, Fresh green and the canoe can be enjoyed in a summer, fall foliage can be enjoyed in an autumn, and whooper swans can be watched in a winter. Article is here

Inn "Sanko Onsen"
Sanko Onsen on Shore of Lake Kussharo in Teshikaga

Kotan Onsen

Kotan Onsen (コタン温泉) is a small hot spring resort in Teshikaga town located in the northern direction of Kushiro city. Kotan means a village in Ainu language. Around here has been the village for Ainu people since a very long time ago, and it becomes the small hot spring resort at present, and there are some accommodations, Kotan Ainu Museum of History and Folklore (コタンアイヌ民俗資料館), Ainu Traditional Crafts Shop named "Kotan-no-Ie (コタンの店)", Restraunt Marukibune (レストラン 丸木舟) with serving Ainu meals and a cafe named "Jiji cafe Canoe (ぢぢ 喫茶 カヌー)". In addition, a canoe can be enjoyed by River and Field (リバーアンドフィールド). Unfortunately, convenience stores are not built. There are Wakoto Peninsula (和琴半島), Wakoto Onsen (和琴温泉), Sanko Onsen (三香温泉) and Ike-no-Yu Onsen (池の湯) around the Kotan Onsen, and various natural open-air baths can be enjoyed throughout the year. Cherry blossoms can be enjoyed in a spring, Fresh green and the canoe can be enjoyed in a summer, fall foliage can be enjoyed in an autumn, and whooper swans can be watched in a winter. Article is here

Good View
Kotan Onsen in Teshikaga Lake Kusharo

Ike-no-Yu Onsen

Ike-no-Yu Onsen (池の湯温泉) is a hot spring place in Teshikaga town located in the northern direction of Kushiro city. The hot spring gushes out at the lakeshore in the southwestern part of Lake Kussharo (屈斜路湖) in Akan Mashu National Park, and it is one of hot spring places around the Lake Kussharo. It is hard to find the Ike-no-Yu Onsen, and there are a parking lot and the open-air bath next to Matsuya Ryokan (松屋旅館 * Shut Down) after visitors turn at a sign board of the Matsuya Ryokan, and go straight. The distance is about 10 km away from Kawayu Onsen (川湯温泉), and restraunts, cafes, souvenir shops and convenience stores are not built. Article is here

Ike-no-Yu Onsen
Ike-no-Yu Onsen

Nibushi Onsen

Nibushi Onsen (仁伏温泉) is a hot spring place in Teshikaga town located in the northern direction of Kushiro city. The hot spring gushes out at the lakeshore in the eastern part of Lake Kussharo (屈斜路湖) in Akan Mashu National Park, and it is one of hot spring places around the Lake Kussharo. Nibushihoyojo (仁伏保養所) and Kussharoko Hotel (屈斜路湖ホテル) are built on the shore of the Lake Kussharo, and Kussharoko-so (屈斜路湖荘) is built along Hokkaido Road 52. The distance is about 4 km away from Kawayu Onsen (川湯温泉), and restraunts, cafes, souvenir shops and convenience stores are not built. Article is here

Nibushihoyojo
Nibushi Onsen

List of Accommodations

Refer to following websites for the accommodations around the Lake Kussharo and the Lake Kussharo. You can get information regarding online reviews and photos.

Teshikaga

      Hotel Mashu(ホテル摩周)
      Guest House Mako(温泉民宿 摩湖)
      Booking
      Onsen Minshuku Kita-no-Daichi(温泉民宿 北の大地)
      Rakuten
      Pension Birao(ペンション Birao)
      Minshuku New Hatoya(民宿 ニューはとや)
      Booking
      Jalan
      Japanese Style Onsen Business Hotel Izumi-so(和風温泉ビジネスホテル 泉荘)
      Booking
      Jalan
      Rakuten
      Kanno Ryokan(菅野旅館)
      Booking
      Jalan
      Rakuten
      Pension New Marimo(ペンション ニューマリモ)
      Booking
      Jalan
      Rakuten
      Alice Garden(アリスガーデン)
      Booking
      Jalan
      Rakuten
      Guest House Uan(ゲストハウス ゆうあん)
      Booking
      Jalan
      Rakuten
      Sakuragaoka Forest Park Automobile Campsite(桜ヶ丘森林公園オートキャンプ場)
      Booking
      Jalan
      Rakuten
      Polaris(ぽらりす)
      Mashuko Youth Hostel(摩周湖 ユ-スホステル)
      Jalan
      Kira-no-Yado Subaru(きらの宿 すばる)
      Minshuku Mashumaro(民宿 ましゅまろ)
      Mashuen(摩周苑)
      Booking
      Jalan
      Rakuten
      Pure Field Kazeyobi(ピュアフィールド 風曜日)
      Oyado Kageyama(お宿かげやま)
      Booking
      Jalan
      Rakuten
      Pension Kumaushi(ペンション 熊牛)
      Booking
      Jalan
      Rakuten
      Trout Inn(鱒や)
      Booking
      Jalan
      Rakuten
      Pension Radish-inn(ペンション ラディッシュ)
      Booking
      Jalan
      Rakuten
      Shoei Backpackes Hostel(旅人宿 昭栄)
      Jalan
      Fresh Air Inn(ペンション フレッシュエアーイン)
      Jalan
      Rakuten
      B&B Hayashi(B&B Hayashi)
      Booking
      Jalan

      Kawayu Onsen

        Yunokaku Ikedaya(湯の閣 池田屋)
        Kinkiyu Hotel(お宿 欣喜湯)
        Hotel Parkway(ホテルパークウェイ)
        Kawayu Kanko Hotel(川湯観光ホテル)
        KKR Kawayu(KKR川湯)
        Booking
        Rakuten
        Asanebo(旅人宿 あさ寝坊)
        Jalan
        Rakuten
        Cottage Loghouse Kawayu(コテージログハウス川湯)
        Booking
        Jalan
        Hotel Kaiko(ホテル 開紘)
        Booking
        Jalan
        Rakuten
        Ezo Rider House(Ezo ライダーハウス)
        Booking
        Jalan
        Rakuten
        ARtINn Extra Cold Art Infectious Device(ARtINn 極寒藝術伝染装置)
        Jalan
        Rakuten

        Lake Kussharo

                  Kussharoko-so(屈斜路湖荘)
                  Kussharoko Hotel(屈斜路湖ホテル)
                  Wakkanupuri(ワッカヌプリ)
                  Rakuten
                  Wakka BBB(ワッカBBB)
                  Rakuten
                  Owl Villa(ふくろう山荘)
                  Booking
                  Jalan
                  Rakuten
                  Sanko Onsen(三香温泉)
                  Booking
                  Marukibune(丸木舟)
                  Booking
                  Jalan
                  Rakuten
                  Tabibitoyado Nonkisha(旅人宿のんき舎)
                  Booking
                  Jalan
                  Rakuten
                  Lakeside Resort Kussharera(レイクサイドリゾート クッシャレラ)
                  Booking
                  Jalan
                  Rakuten
                  Kussharo-Genya Youth Guesthouse(屈斜路原野ユースゲストハウス)
                  Atreyu(アトレーユ)
                  Yado Hanafurari(宿・花ふらり)
                  Jalan
                  Rakuten
                  Guest House Twinkle(オーベルジュ てぃんくる)
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                  Gasthof Papilio(ガストホフ ぱぴりお)
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                  Sunayu Campsite(砂湯キャンプ場)
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                  Rakuten
                  Onsen Ryokan Koshin-so(温泉旅館 湖心荘)
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                  Jalan
                  Rakuten
                  Kussharo Prince Hotel(屈斜路プリンスホテル)
                  Lakeside Resort Pension CHATRAN(レイクサイドリゾートペンションチャトラン)
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                  Lake Kussharo Tsuruga Auberge SoRa(屈斜路湖鶴雅オーベルジュ SoRa)
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                  Wakoto Campsite(和琴野営場)
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                  I introduce about the Akanko Area and the Onneto Area on the first page, and introduce about the Mashuko Area and the Kussharoko Area on the second page.

                  By the way, Club Tourism (クラブツーリズム), a Japanese tour travel agency, provides various types of tours such as day trip tours or ordinary tours. In the case of bus tours, tourists do not drive their cars themselves, so they can savor alcohol. Choosen tourist attractions are national parks such as Rishiri and Rebun, Shiretoko, and popular tourist places such as Furano and Biei, and some activities such as hiking and fruit picking are also enjoyed depending on seasons. If you are interested in tour trips, you should visit the club tourism's website for details.

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