[Futamata Radium Onsen in Oshamanbe] Day Trip Onsen, Hot Springs Curing All Ills and Huge Calcareous Sinter Can Be Enjoyed at Futamata Radium Onsen Ryokan
Futamata Radium Onsen (二股ラヂウム温泉) is a hot spring place in Oshamanbe town. Only Futamata Radium Onsen Ryokan (二股らじうむ温泉旅館) is built at around 200 m above sea level, and is well-known as a secret onsen.Read More
[Hama-no-Ie in Oshamanbe] Good Flavor of Crab Rice Spreads out in My Mouth
Oshokuji Hama-no-Ie (お食事濱乃家) is a restaurant facing National Route 5 in Oshamanbe town, and is relatively near Oshamanbe Onsen and Oshamanbe Station, and is popular for selling fresh reasonable marine products such as hairy crab.Read More
[Oshamambe Onsen] Day Trip Onsen and Free Flowing Hot Springs Can Be Enjoyed in 10 Minutes from Oshamanbe Station on Foot
Oshamanbe Onsen (長万部温泉) is a hot spring town located in the northwestern direction of Muroran city. 7 hot spring facilities are built in the back side of Oshamanbe Station.Read More
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[Lake Utonai in Tomakomai] Paradise for Waterfowls Close to New Chitose Airport
Lake Utonai (ウトナイ湖) between National Route 36 and railway is a freshwater lake in the northeastern part of Tomakomai city. The Utonai means "A place that small streams gather" in Ainu language. The lake is called "Paradise for Wild Birds".Read More
[Kanedai Ono Shoten in Mukawa] Shishamo Smelt Sushi Can Be Eaten only from October to November
Kanedai Ono Shoten (カネダイ大野商店) is a long-established marine product processing industry company founded in 1923 in Mukawa town. The company is well-known for dealing with not capelin but shishamo smelt caught in Hokkaido.Read More
[Shakotan Onsen] Day Trip Bath and Very Good View Can Be Enjoyed at Misaki-no-Yu Shakotan
Shakotan Onsen (積丹温泉) in Shakotan town is a hot-spring place at the tip of Shakotan Peninsula, and Misaki-no-Yu Shakotan (岬の湯しゃこたん) beside Nozuka Primary School (野塚小学校) is built on a hill at 43 m above sea level.Read More