隨時出走Come to Hokkaido in winter to see snow, lakes, and clouds. Lake Mashu is a crater lake, very beautiful and very cold, especially when it is windy~
The sky is changeable, the blue sky for a while, the gray day for a while, the Mashu Lake under the blue sky is very beautiful, the wind blowing on the lake is rippling, I don't know if a monster will appear in the next second, a very mysterious lake~
翱翔的大鲨鱼Lake Rausu is a freshwater lake located at the foot of Mount Chinishibetsu on the Shiretoko Peninsula. With an altitude of 740 meters, a circumference of about 4 kilometers, and a maximum water depth of about 2 meters, it is the largest lake in Shiretoko National Park.
The area is shaded by trees and also has bear dens, so it was once called an illusory lake that cannot be approached. However, the hiking trail has now been renovated and opened from June to October, so the general public can use it.
In addition to Lake Rausu, there are five marshes (Ichinonuma-Gononuma) and Mashi observation deck. Here 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.
e07523031The price of 500 yen for two is really affordable. First fill out the form, then watch a short video, listen to the staff explain the precautions during the tour, mainly talking about how to act if you see a bear. The weather on the day I went was normal, sometimes sunny and sometimes cloudy, and the effect of the film was relatively ordinary, but it was also very beautiful~ As a World Heritage Site, it may feel that it is just a natural environment, nothing amazing. But it is the ability to keep this piece of nature intact so that people can live in harmony with animals and vegetation without over-exploiting and destroying the original ecological balance, which is truly amazing. I hope I have a chance to go next time and encounter a better weather!
暝逝Kushiro-jicho is a valley in the mountains of eastern Hokkaido. It faces the open Pacific Ocean. It is far away from the main areas of the Japanese archipelago and has a relatively sparse population. If you visit Lake Akan, you usually pass through here. The main landscape of Kushiro is the Kushiro Marsh on the north side. Because of the combined factors such as monsoon, sea breeze, and washing, the wind here is mostly foggy. When it is beautiful, it is like a fairyland.
隨時出走Kushiro Wetland Park is the largest wetland in Hokkaido. Here you can see the dying red-crowned cranes and the people who have been raised artificially. They say that they are good for protection, but is it really good to stop the nature of the animals? Or to increase the tourist visit Economical?
However, you will occasionally see free red-crowned cranes here. I wonder if it is dangling out of the cage, or it is not easy to beg for food in the wild?
M38***13In winter, there are few shops in the town, and many of them are closed. The only one that is open is the JR station...very very small station, much smaller than Kushiro's. but! There is a very delicious dessert shop here. When I was waiting for the train in JR, it was all warm. I ordered another cake, made that day, and it was delicious. The desserts of Hokkaido are truly classics that you cannot miss. Not as sweet and greasy as in the West, but a little more mellow.