National Parks (5)

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Lake Toya
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Lake Toya

Abuta, Abuta District, All Seasons, Autumn, English Post, Fall, Flowers, Hokkaido, Iburi Subprefecture, Lake, Lake Toya, Lakes, Mountain, Mountains, National Parks, Nature, Parks, Places Of Interest, Places To Go, Shikotsu-Toya National Park, Sightseeing, Spring, Summer, Winter

Access: By car

About two hours from Sapporo
About one hour and a half from New Chitose Airport
About two hours and fifteen minutes from Hakodate


Lake Tōya is a volcanic caldera lake in Shikotsu-Toya National Park, Abuta District, Hokkaidō, … Read More!



Onuma Park Hokkaido
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Onuma Park

All Seasons, Autumn, English Post, Fall, Flowers, Hokkaido, Kameda, Mountain, Mountains, National Parks, Nature, Oshima, Oshima Subprefecture, Parks, Places Of Interest, Places To Go, Pond, Sightseeing, Spring, Summer, Winter

Phone: 0138-67-2229

Address: 1023-1 Onuma-cho, Nanae, Kameda District, Hokkaido 041-1354


Onuma National Park is a 90.83 km² quasi-national park on the Oshima Peninsula in southwest Hokkaido, Japan. The park encompasses the volcanic Hokkaido Komagatake as well as the Onuma and Konuma … Read More!





Clione limacina
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SCUBA Diving in Shakotan, Hokkaido

Activities, Activity, Adventure Sports, All Seasons, Animals, April, August, December, English Post, Hokkaido, January, July, June, March, May, National Parks, November, October, SCUBA Diving, September, Shakotan, Sports

About Shakotan

Shimamui Beach in Shakotan is listed as one of “Japan’s 100 most beautiful sea shores”. Shakotan also has the only underwater national park in Hokkaido and it is a popular diving spot for local divers during the warmer months of … Read More!



Kushiro Marsh
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Kushiro Marshland

All Seasons, English Post, Environmental, Environmental Programs, Free, Hiking, Hokkaido, Kayaking, Kushiro, Kushiro Subprefecture, Marsh, Marshland, National Parks, Nature, Nature Reserve, Sightseeing, Walking

The Kushiro Marshland (釧路湿原, Kushiro Shitsugen) in Hokkaido was designated as a national park in 1987 in order to preserve the country’s largest wetland and marsh habitat which supports the only known population of endangered Japanese Cranes in Japan.

The park … Read More!



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