Youzhu Mountain Spitfire Memorial Park and Youzhu Volcano are not in the same place. The Spitfire Memorial Park is actually on the bank of Dongying Lake, very close to the hot spring street. From the hot spring street, walk along the lakeside promenade park. This part of the sculpture park has a large lawn. If you don’t pay special attention, you will hardly find a memorial park about the eruption of the Youzhu Volcano, because the eyeballs have already been attracted by the green lawn.
The Mount Usu Fire Memorial Park is here at Lake Toya. You can take a cable car to the top of the mountain to enjoy the scenery of Toya-dong. The view of Lake Toya from the top down is very good, and the entire park is also beautiful.
The hotel is right next to Lake Toya. Therefore, there is a lot of time to walk around the lake. You can walk along the special promenade along the lake to the Usu Mountain Spitfire Memorial Park. The park is very suitable for tourists to stroll in, and there are some artworks. , Scattered among them, you can enjoy various works of art while watching the lake view
You can either go for cable car sightseeing or trekking. Not far from Lake Toya, the best season is summer and autumn to see flowers and maple leaves. In the evening, there is a fireworks display on Lake Toya. Next time I have the opportunity to stay for 2 days for leisure and leisure.
This is actually connected to the Lakeside Sculpture Park. As a volcano that has erupted four times in the past century, you can overlook the crater through the form of a cable car. There are artificial landscapes such as lawns, sculptured landscapes, and public toilets for leisurely strolls. Good place good place
It is strange that the Usu Mountain Spitfire Memorial Park is not under Usu Mountain, but on the west side of the Toyako Hot Spring Town, just by the Toya Lake. This is a completely artificial park, with lawns, sculptured landscapes, and a small fountain. Generally speaking, it is a good place for walking and relaxing. Lake Toya in August, the lawn is already covered with fallen leaves, and autumn in Hokkaido is indeed very early.