The waiting room, platform, and part of the railroad tracks at Xingfu Station have been preserved, and they have now become part of the traffic park. There is a blessing book on the table in the carriage, and everyone can write their blessings and wishes on it.
Happiness Station is a Japanese national railway station in Happiness Town, Obihiro City, Hokkaido. The station was abandoned in 1987 with the suspension of the Hiroo Line. The name of the station is derived from the place name "happiness" where the station is located, and because of this happiness, the station still remains in people's hearts. Although 30 years have passed, the station has become a love memorial and prayer place for lovers.
The waiting room here is very small, with pink paper strips and cards plastered inside and out, filled with blessings. It is said that as long as you write your name on the ticket and post it on the station, you can get happiness. The stall next to the station sells tickets and other souvenirs. There is also the happiness bell, many couples will go there to ring it.
A very small station, but it looks very quiet in the snow. The small wooden house is covered with blessing notes. An ultra-old train stops on the rails. The sunset is very beautiful! On the train, you can take pictures and visits. Probably we went too late, and the staff who took the commemorative tickets all got off work. . So I regret that I didn't buy a ticket, but this is even more uncommercial~~ The only drawback is that the traffic is not very convenient. It is quite far from Obihiro City and is close to Obihiro Airport.
A small tourist attraction in Hokkaido, free travel partners can come to check in. Autumn is now a good time to check in. Autumn breeze, few people and beautiful scenery. Coupled with the maple leaves, I feel full of happiness.