[Takinoue Park in Yubari] Chidorigataki Falls and Ryusenkyo Gorge Go Well with Beautiful Fall Foliage
Takinoue Park (滝の上公園) is a park in Yubari city. Speaking of the Takinoue Park, Shibazakura Takinoue Park in Takinoue town is famous for moss pink, but this park is well-known as a beauty spot to see the fall foliage.Read More
[Oguraya Panjyu Store in Yubari] Panjyu Is Noted Sweets in Yubari
Oguraya Panjyu Store (小倉屋ぱんぢゅう店) is a popular panju store in Wakana, Yuubari city. The panjyu is a muffin as if to combine Japanese muffin containing bean jam (今川焼き) with an octopus dumpling (たこ焼き).Read More
[Yoshinoya in Yubari] No Beef Rice Bowl! Curry Soba with Curry Soup Filled to Brim
Sobadokoro Yoshinoya (そば処 吉野家) is a long-established buckwheat noodle restraunt founded in 1928 in Yubari city located in the eastern direction of Sapporo city. The Yoshinoya in the Yubari is famous for Curry Soba (カレーそば).Read More
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[Ponpira Onsen in Nakagawa] Day Trip Bath Can Be Enjoyed at Ponpira Aqua Rizink
Ponpira Onsen (ぽんぴら温泉) is a hot spring place in Teshio Nakagawa town located between Nayoro city and Wakkanai city, and is close to Tesio River (天塩川). Only Ponpira Aqua Rizink (ポンピラ・アクア・リズイング) is built.Read More
Eastern Hokkaido Area (Around Abashiri and Nemuro)
Eastern Hokkaido Area is the eastern district of Hokkaido and is widely dotted with center cities such as Kushiro city, Obihiro city, kitami city, Abashiri city, Nemuro city. It is called Doto by Hokkaido people. When all is said and done, charms of Eastern Hokkaido are just nature. .Read More
[Houki Temple in Hokuto] One of Largest Weeping Cherry Tree in Hokkaido
Houki Temple (法亀寺) is a temple in the center of Hokuto city located in the northern direction of Hakodate city, but it is away from Hakodate-Shinhokuto Station (函館新北斗駅). Mr. Kinbei Nakamura (中村金兵衛) asked Mr. Nichido Kaneko (金子日能), a then chief priest of Jikko Temple (実行寺) in Hakodate, to built a temple.Read More