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Yagishiri Island

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"This is Xanadu. This is a small island in Hokkaido, Japan. There are only a few hundred people. Maybe there are more cute lambs with black faces and black feet than people on the island. Before this island was paid a little attention, it was because there was a school on the island with only one elementary school student going to school every day. Although it is a person, the school facilities and teachers are well equipped, but the number of people is really small. The appearance that nature originally gave it. He is Yagishiri Island, 燒尻{kāo} Island, "I still find some surnames and place names in Japan amazing." Passenger ships are the main means of transportation for Shaojiri Island to communicate with the outside world. It brings a few tourists. It takes about an hour to take a boat at Haboro Port, and it will be faster on high-speed passenger ships. There are not many tourists here without in-depth development, so you can experience the simplest and authentic side of this small coastal fishing village. There is a long bicycle path on the island. You can rent bicycles or electric bicycles in the shops on the island. The terrain on the island is uneven. Electric bicycles will save a little effort, but it is also very enjoyable to ride a bicycle slowly. recommend. Although Shaojiri Island is a small island near the sea, it is really famous for its unique black-faced and black-handed cute sheep-Suffolk sheep. The coastal pastures on the island provide sufficient food for the lambs, and they are naive. , Well-loved, has also become the icon of the island. There is also a camping site on the island. You can choose where to camp. The island is undeveloped and there is no well-equipped accommodation. If you want to watch the sunrise and sunset on the island, or experience the tranquility of the island after the sunset, blow Sea breeze, considering the direction of life, camping is a good choice. This should be a Japanese paradise. Finally, I actually envy that elementary school student."