[Daisetsuzan National Park] Tourist Attractions, Fall Foliage, Hiking, Onsen Can Be Enjoyed in Japan's Largest National Park
Daisetsuzan National Park (大雪山国立公園) in the center of Hokkaido is the largest national park in Japan, the size of 226,764 ha, and has been designed as the national park since 1934, and is the oldest national park in the Hokkaido along with Akan Mashu National Park (阿寒摩周国立公園).Read More
[Lake Kanayama in Minamifurano] Man-made Lake Has Rich Nature and Facilities
Lake Kanayama (かなやま湖) is a man-made lake in Minamifurano town located in the southern direction of Furano city. Kanayama Dam was built in 1967, and the lake was born. It stretches east-west along Hokkaido Road 465, and the lake is the Japan's 8th largest dam lake.Read More
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[Mt. Tarumae in Tomakomai] Lave Dome Tour That Hikers Can Enjoy Superb Views
Mt. Tarumae (樽前山) is an active volcano at an altitude of 1,041 m in the northwestern part of Tomakomai city, and is well-known as a symbol of the Tomakomai. In Shikotsu-Toya National Park, the mountain adjoins Mt. Fushidake in the southwestern part of Lake Shikotsu.Read More
[Senbodai Lookout in Rumoi] Whole Rumoi Can Be Viewed at Famous Place to See Setting Sun
Senbodai Lookout (千望台) is on a hill at about 180 m above sea level in the southern part of Rumoi city, and visitors can view whole city of the Rumoi. Here is a good place to see the setting sun, and was chosen as "100 Best Setting Sun in Japan (日本の夕陽百選)" once. It is also famous as a night view tourist attractions.Read More