The end of the sky, the corner of the sea-Cape Shiretoko This summer, my wife and I came to Japan's Shari-cho to play. We enjoyed cruising around the cape by boat. Although I waited for thirty minutes in the mist, we still wanted to see Cape Shiretoko. The cliff seems to be two hundred meters high, and its huge scale is shocking. Finally the clouds dissipated, and there was a small hill made of rock at Cape Shiretoko, but there was a staircase. After climbing up from this staircase, you can see the sea from the cliff. And when I looked at the sea and the sea, I was surprised to find that many nests of seabirds were built on the cliffs. The big birds go out to fish and feed them to the baby birds. The look of waiting to be fed is very cute. On the way, you can also see a place where brown bears inhabit. This is one of the best carnivores on land, large in size and docile. Looking across the sea, a female bear with a few staggering cubs, her buttocks twisted and twisted, is also extremely cute. If you want to see more clearly, it is recommended to bring a pair of binoculars. On the return journey, a group of dolphins chased our boat to accompany us. The streamlined body shape allows it to chop the waves in the ocean without the slightest pressure. Thinking that such elves are mammals just like us, I can’t help but marvel at the good fortune of nature! Shiretoko Cape can only be visited by boat, but their longest route costs almost 8,000 yen. Some travel companies have coupons online, but they need to make reservations in advance. If you want to be more cost-effective, you can learn about them. Tips: 1. The price of the boat here is 8,000 yen, which is expensive. 2. The buffet on the boat is pretty good, with good sashimi.