Lake Toya Visitor Center + Volcano Science Museum. I heard that the smoke, video and high-end sound system in the Science Museum recreated the scene of the volcanic eruption in 1977. Can't get in? I won't enter, because a large group of students happened to come to visit, so don't be crowded with people. We just wandered around the periphery, let's go towards the hotel.
The operation of the venue is breathtaking. The volcanic eruption adopts a vertical poster with a suitable building height, and the fishing line is hung from the roof to support the fishing boat, which corresponds to the distribution of fish in high and low water depths. The wooden classrooms leave ample space for rows of seats. Unmanned venue operation and maintenance, but there are surrounding thermal panels to protect it!
This science museum actually charges. The Usu Volcano in Lake Toya is an active volcano. We visited the Earthquake Exhibition Hall before, which was quite shocking. I did learn some geography in the volcano hall.
It is worth a visit here, many projects are experiential.
It's next to the Toyako Donan Bus Stop, on the same side, and it's just a five-minute walk from an intersection. After admiring Lake Toya and waiting for the bus to Noboribetsu, time was relatively rich, so I wandered around and saw this science museum. From a distance, it was a chic cabin hidden in the snow and woods. With the thick snow, crunching all the way past, the sentiment is enough to make the girls excited for a long time. There are some animal specimen displays, as well as introductions to Japanese volcanoes and lakes.
Preston_Dominguez: 142-5 Toyakoonsen, Toyako-cho, Abuta-gun 049-5721, Hokkaido
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Toyako Volcano Science Museum,Toyako Kisen,Shikotsu-Toya National Park,Usuzan Hunka Kinenkouen,Nishiyama Crater Promenade