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[Annai Tenbo Park in Kamoenai] Curved Raiden National Route to Sai-no-Kawara Tunnel Goes Well with Blue Sea

April 26th, 2017

Annai Tenbo Park

Annai Tenbo Park (あんない展望公園) is a park along Raiden National Route (雷電国道 * National Route 229) in Kamoenai (神恵内) village, the west side of Shakotan Peninsula, and is relatively near Cape Kamui (積丹半島). Anai Elementary School (安内小学校) was closed in 1967, and the Annai Tenbo Park was built. I guess an large parking lot is the site of the elementary school. The parking lot and an observation deck are built on the site. Admission free. A parking lot is free of charge. Restraunts, cafes, souvenir shops and convenience stores are not built around here.

Sai-no-Kawara Tunnel and Blue Sea
Annai Tenbo Park in Kamoenai
Large Parking Lot
Annai Tenbo Park in Kamoenai

The Cape Shakotan is famous for Sea Urchin Rice Bowl (ウニ丼), and is well-known for tasty sea food, too. Misaki (みさき), Nakamuraya (中村屋), Uminoya (海のや), Iida (いい田), Shokudo Ushio (食堂うしお), Rinko (鱗晃) and Rinko-so (鱗晃荘) are popular in particular. I ate the sea urchin rice bowl at the Misaki, and it was taty.By the way, Highway Bus Shakotan-go (高速しゃこたん号) runs between Sapporo and Cape Kamui from April 21 to October 21.

Cape Kamui

Cape Kamui (神威岬) is a cape with steep cliff jutting out into the Sea of Japan from Shakotan Peninsula (積丹半島) in Niseko-Shakotan-Otaru Kaigan Quasi-national Park, and is one of 3 major tourist attractions together with Cape Ogorn (黄金岬) and Shimamui Coast (島武意海岸) in the Shakotan Peninsula. The kamui means a god in Ainu language. The distance is around 1.5 km away from a traffic gate along National Route to the end of a road, and there are a public parking lot, a public restroom and a rest house named Kamui-Banya (カムイ番屋). A restraunt and a souvenir shop are at the building, and seafood rice bowls or a soft serve ice cream can be eaten. Admission free. A parking lot is free of charge. Article is here

Cape Kamui Is Like Backbone of Dragon
Shakotan Peninsula Cape Kamui

Sea Urchin Rice Bowl

Misaki (みさき) is a restaurant in Shakotan and was founded in 1973. An owner is a fisherman and is famous for eating a seafood dish. It opens only during summer season (from late April to October). Because a fresh sea urchin can be eaten from mid June when the sea urchin fishing is released, visitors seem to increase. Because it started a bussiness at 09:00, 6 groups of visitors have already lined up when I arrived around 08:40. It is really popular. Article is here

Rice is Covered with Purple Sea Urchin
Sea Urchin Rice Bowl -Misaki in Shakotan--


There are some memorial monuments such as a white monument, Site of Anai Elementary School (安内小学校址), that is the motif of a family and the observation deck on a small hill with about 10 m in height. Madoiwa Rocks (窓岩), Sai-no-Kawara Tunnel (西の河原トンネル), Cape Jyubo (ジュウボウ岬) and blue sea can be seen on the observation deck. The curved Raiden National Route to the Sai-no-Kawara Tunnel goes well with the blue sea, and it is photogenic. A table and benches are provided on the observation deck, and visitors can take a rest. This park is bright and comfortable in the daytime, but it looks scary in the evening because of nothing.


Annai Tenbo Park
Annai Tenbo Park in Kamoenai
I Go up Small Hill
Annai Tenbo Park in Kamoenai
White Family Statue as Icon
Annai Tenbo Park in Kamoenai
Observation Deck
Annai Tenbo Park in Kamoenai
Table and Benches. Rest Is Possible
Annai Tenbo Park in Kamoenai
Madoiwa Rocks
Annai Tenbo Park in Kamoenai
Blue Sea around Shakotan Peninsula
Annai Tenbo Park in Kamoenai

Atmosphere of Annai Tenbo Park Can Be Watched on Youtube

Movie of Annai Tenbo Park

Admission fee Free of charge
Parking lot Free parking is provided (20 Cars)
Business hours Open 24 hours
Regular closing day Winret season
Telephone number +81-135-76-5011
Home page Home page is here
Mapcode 932 280 168*76


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

Refore Shakotan Youth Hostel(リフォレ積丹 ユースホステル)
Nagomi-no-Yado Iida(なごみの宿いい田)

A page of Shakotan Peninsula is here

Shakotan Peninsula



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