[Bihoro Pass Lookout around Lake Kussharo] One of Lake Kussharo Best Views
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.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
[Akan Mashu National Park] Original Hokkaido Landscape Can Be Enjoyed
Akan Mashu National Park (阿寒摩周国立公園) has Lake Kussharo (屈斜路湖), the largest caldera lake in Japan, Lake Mashu (摩周湖), the 6th largest caldera lake in the Japan, and Lake Akan (阿寒湖), the 7th largest caldera lake in the Japan, in the eastern part of Hokkaido, and the oldest national park in Hokkaido along with Daisestuzan National Park (大雪山国立公園) in the northern direction of Kushiro-Sitsugen National Park (釧路湿原国立公園), too.Read More
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[Hiraoka Park in Sapporo] Ume Grove Has About 1,200 Red Ume Trees and White Ume Trees
Hiraoka Park (平岡公園) is a comprehensive park of 664,000 m2 in Kiyota ward, Sapporo city, and has opened since 1991. Ume Groove is the most famous things in the Hiraoka Park, and is also well-known as a good place to see the Ume blossoms.Read More
[Ramen Noodle Soup of Hokkaido] Many Tasty Ramen Can Be Savored in Various Places of Hokkaido
Ramen is a noodle soup dish topped with ingredients. It is said that Chinese noodles is the root of the ramen, and there are various theories, for example, Mr. Mistukuni Tokugawa (徳川光圀 * Mitokomon (水戸黄門)) ate the ramen in 1697 for the first time in Japan or the first ramen was that Keitaimen noodles (経帯麺) served in 1488 was written in Biryueken Diary (蔭涼軒日録).Read More