In the Shari River that flows into the Sea of Okhotsk in the eastern part of Hokkaido, you can watch the Sakura Trout Flying Over the Waterfall Show, and in the Sakura Falls in Kiyosato Town, you can watch fish jumping repeatedly against the rapids from a drop of nearly 4 meters. Go upstream to find the wonders of the spawning place.
On the road along the coast, there is the Oshibkoshin Waterfall, which is known as one of the Shiretoko Eight Scenic Spots. This waterfall is small in scale and is still small compared to the large waterfalls in the country. However, there is plenty of water after the typhoon, so it looks good
One of Shiretoko's eight scenic spots is a waterfall that can be relatively small. For a remote place like East Hokkaido, this waterfall is relatively quiet, but it's a bit slippery to climb up on a snowy day. Dangerously speaking, the waterfall will turn on a light at night to make the waterfall have different colors, which is also an experience.