[Hinode-misaki Observation Deck La Luna in Oumu] Cool Obervation Deck Fitted with Glass Protects against Cold
Cape Hinode (日の出岬) is a cape in Oumu town located in the northeastern direction of Asahikawa city. As its name suggests, the cape is well-known as a good place to see the beautiful morning sun, and the beautiful sunset also has a good reputation. In a winter, drift ice flows around the cape, and here is one of good places to enjoy seeing the drift ice, too.Read More
[Okhotsk Omui Onsen in Omu] Day Trip Bath and Nice View Can Be at Hotel Hinodemisaki
Okhotsk Omui Onsen (オホーツクオムイ温泉) is a hot spring place in Oumu town located in the northeastern direction of Asahikawa city. Only Hotel Hinodemisaki (ホテル日の出岬) has opened a business on a small hill at 23 m above sea level in Hinode Peninsula (日の出岬).Read More
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[Shukutsu Panorama Viewpoint in Otaru] Good Place to See Beautiful Morning Sun and Sunset
Shukutsu Panorama Viewpoint (祝津パノラマ展望台) is a lookout on a hill of about 70 m altitude in the northeastern part of Otaru city, and literally was named after 360-degree view, and is famous for seeing the beautiful morning sun and the beautiful sunset.Read More
[Okushiri Island] Blue Sea, Strangely Shaped Rocks, Seafood and Onsen Can Be Enjoyed Island About in Westernmost Part of Hokkaido
Okushiri Island (奥尻島) that about 2,800 people live is a remote island with about 18 km in circumference in the southern part of Hokkaido. It is locatd about at the westernmost part of the Hokkaido, and the island from north to south has a similar shape to Rebun Island (礼文島).Read More
[Mochigome-no-Sato Nayoro in Furen] Sweet and Chewy Soft Daifuku
Roadside Station "Mochigome-no-sato Nayoro (もち米の里☆なよろ)" is a roadside station in Fuuren, Nayoro city located in the northern direction of Asahikawa city, and is famous for selling Soft Daifuku (ソフト大福), a rice cake stuffed with sweetened bean jam.Read More