In addition to Lake Rausu, there are five marshes (Ichinonuma to Gononuma) and Megashi Observatory, where you can enjoy various beautiful scenery such as snow in spring, fresh green in summer and red leaves in autumn. Unfortunately, there is no road to Ichinonuma, so you can see Ninonuma to Gononuma along the hiking trail. Free admission.
Mount Shari is located in Kiyosato Town on the Shiretoko Peninsula, between the Akan Mountains and the Shiretoko Mountains. It is a beautiful independent mountain with a gentle tomb line with an elevation of 1547 meters. You can see the appearance of the mountain from Abashiri towards Kiyosato. It is a symbol of Kiyosato Town and one of the sightseeing spots, and it has also been selected as one of Japan's Hundred Mountains. Mountain climbing is open from the end of June to the beginning of July. In addition to the popularity of climbing, it is also recommended to see the beautiful mountain peaks called Okhotsk Fuji and Shari Fuji from a distance. Qingli Panorama Road is also a well-known scenic spot among the 500 most wanted roads in the country.
Shiretoko means "end of the earth" in the Anu language of the aboriginal people. It is located on the easternmost part of Hokkaido. It still preserves Japan's most primitive natural features, so it is called "Japan's Last Mystery". It was first designated as a Japanese National Park in 1964, and was officially selected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2003.
This winter, come to Shiretoko, northeast of Hokkaido, and immerse yourself in the world of snow.
Looking at a white snowfield, it is hard to imagine what summer is like here.
Put on snowshoes that can walk freely in the snow, and explore the whereabouts of Ezo deer in the tranquil native forest.
Although not standing here alone, there is an atmosphere of solitude, which may be an illusion brought by Xue.
The Sea of Okhotsk is rough, and the coldest time has not yet been reached, so there is no sight of drift ice. The waterfall by the cliff has frozen, and the lighthouse in the distance stands alone.
[Value for money] Not expensive, but friendly reminders, bring more cash when traveling in Japan, because there are not many places where you can swipe your card.
[Fun] There are really bears.