C-xiao-tongThere are far fewer tourists going to Oyunuma than Jigokudani, so it is much quieter. I haven't seen the lake from afar, and I can feel its heat. The mist rises high and the area is huge. However, Oyunuma is an intermittent hot spring, and it does not always get hot, so we just saw the time when it sprayed hot water. There were a lot of signs on the shore. It was very hot. Don't get close. Anyone who is a little rational will not stretch out his hand when he sees such hot water. It is really hot, no joke.
fly_me_to_the_moonThere are not many scenic spots in Noboribetsu. In fact, you come to Noboribetsu more to enjoy hot spring hotels. Since you are here, you still have to come to see Jigokudani and Bear Ranch. After returning from Jigokudani to the hotel, I booked a shuttle bus to the Bear Ranch. In fact, the distance is very close, and the hot spring street is here. It was good to walk all the way back from the hot spring street when I was in the process. When you arrive at the bear farm, buy a ticket first and support WeChat payment. Remember that you can use red envelopes, so it is the most cost-effective to buy one by one person. Then take the cable car to see the raging! I actually saw a special hanging fish on the cable car. It is estimated that it was sent to the bears to eat~ The bear farm is actually not very playable. The only fun is to feed the bears to eat bear biscuits. The bears will fight for food, but also for tourists to feed themselves, some beckon and some are cute. One of their favorite bears will grab their feet and shake them like a tumbler. I don’t know where I learned the posture. Really It's so cute! After watching the bear, I continued to walk forward. I felt like I was in a small village. The small houses are so cute. I guess I can sell small commodities when it gets hotter. Go to the Bear Restaurant for lunch, the taste is not bad, then go to the Bear Museum to visit, continue outdoor activities, watching the sea in the snow scene is really beautiful! There is actually an observatory. We coined a coin and looked into the distance with binoculars, and actually saw the cruise ship on the opposite side. There is also a photo spot here, where you can take pictures of the lake behind. The two Chinese couples have been here for a long time and we can only take a long view...All in all, it’s worth the price. It’s very original in winter. Naturally!
周游列国The Shiratori Bridge is the longest cable-stayed bridge in northern Japan, with a total length of 1,380 meters. The bridge is white across the sea, like a swan spreading its wings (Shiratori means swan in Japanese). On both sides of the Shiratori Bridge are the harbor and Muroran's large iron smelting plant. The shooting in the distance is very impressive. Near the Shiratori Bridge, especially the Muroran Aquarium, there are many viewing platforms and relatively good shooting locations. How to reach: Get out of Cape Earth, return to the bus station of Cape Earth, and take the bus to the aquarium (note that the bus stop sign and the car body indicate "Aquarium Economics" or "Zengshitong Economics"), to the front of the Aquarium You can overlook the Shiratori Bridge. If you are short on time or worry about getting lost, you can take a taxi to these two places. About 3,000 yen. Opening hours: Return to Mother Love Station on the same road all day, take the 13:22 train to Higashi Muroran Station, then transfer to the special-grade Beidou No. 10 to Hakodate (open at 13:37). There is not much time to transfer here, so you have to wait at the door in advance, pay attention to the platform of Beidou 10, and then drive!