[Ruins of Tate Castle in Assabu] Last Japanese Style Castle in Japan
Tate Castle (舘城) is castle ruins in Assabu town. The castle is the last castle of Matsumae clan (松前氏), a daimyo of Matsumae Domain (松前藩), in the Edo period, and it is said that the castle is the last Japanese style castle in Japan.Read More
[Uzura Onsen in Assabu] Day Trip Onsen and Cantonese Cuisine Can Be Enjoyed at Assabu Agriculture Activation Center Accommodation Facilities Uzura Onsen
Uzura Onsen (鶉温泉) is a hot spring place in Assabu town. Only Assabu Agriculture Activation Center Accommodation Facilities Uzura Onsen (厚沢部町農業活性化センター宿泊研修施設 うずら温泉) surrounded by fields is built.Read More
[Gamushi Onsen in Assabu] Day Trip Bath Can Be Enjoyed at Gamushi Onsen Ryokan
Gamushi Onsen (俄虫温泉) is a hot spring place in Assabu town located in the northwestern direction of Hakodate city. Gamushi Onsen Ryokan (俄虫温泉旅館) is surrounded by fields. It takes about 10 minutes from the center of the Assabu by car.Read More
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[Niseko Hirafu Onsen in Kutchan] Day Trip Bath Can Be Enjoyed in Ski Resort, too
Niseko Hirafu Onsen (ニセコ比羅夫温泉) is a hot spring resort in Kutchan town located in the southwestern direction of Sapporo city, and is the largest resort in Niseko with various resorts. There is Niseko Grand Hirafu Ski Resort (ニセコ グラン・ヒラフ) that is one of Niseko United.Read More
[Tamura in Bihoro] Suitable Combination of Tasty Sauce and Fresh Beef
Niku Kappou Tamura (肉割烹の田村) is a popular barbecue restaurant based in Bihoro town located in the east side of Kitami city. Tamura Seinikuten corp. (株式会社 田村精肉店) runs it. They have started a business as a butcher since 1927, and also have opened a barbecue restaurant since 1977.Read More
[Lake Taisetsu in Daisetsuzan Mountain Range] Fishing and Good Views Can Be Enjoyed in Man-made Lake
Lake Taisetsu (大雪湖) is a man-made lake in Kamikawa town located in the southeastern direction of Asahikawa city. Taisetsu Dam (大雪ダム) was built near a junction of Daisetsu National Route and Kamikawa National Route (National Route 273) in 1975, so the Lake Taisetsu was borned.Read More