[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
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[Nayoro] Sunflower and Glutinous Rice Can Be Enjoyed in One of Coldest Regions in Hokkaido
Nayoro (名寄) that about 30,000 people live is the 24th largest commercial city in Hokkaido, and is located between Wakkanai city and Asahikawa city, and is one of regional hub cities of the North Hokkaido area.Read More
[Otayama Shrine in Setana] Most Dangerous Shrine in Japan
Otayama Shrine (太田山神社) is one of historical shrines in Hokkaido in Taisei, Setana town located in the northwestern direction of Hakodate city, and has been established since 1440s. An enshrined deity is Sarutahiko-no-mikoto (猿田彦命). The real name is Ota Shrine (太田神社).Read More
[Cape Azechi in Hamanaka] Floating Islands with Superb View Is Famous for Kelp Fishing Boats and Hanamizuki
Cape Azechi (アゼチの岬) is a cape jutting out into the Pacific Ocean in the western edge of Kiritappu Peninsula (霧多布岬), Hamanaka town is located between Kushiro city and Nemuro city, and was named after Mr. Azechi (畦地) that used to live.Read More