The artistic makeup of the northern land
touches the inner most soul.
- Cape Kamui
One of the aesthetic landscapes of Hokkaido that stretches out into the ocean is
located at the tip of the Shakotan Peninsula. You can view 300 degrees of the
horizon from the tip of the cape.
- Nikka Whisky Yoichi Distillery
Within the premises where a rich nature and a castle-like building are in harmony,
you can see such things as the history and manufacturing process of whiskey, or the
residence of the founder Masataka Taketuru. There is also a tasting corner and an
outlet. Listed as Hokkaido Heritage site in 2004.
- Otaru Canal
Overall length: 0.7miles A symbolic place of Otaru where there's a row of old
warehouses from the Taisho Era. At dusk, gas lamps are lighted, and you can enjoy
the nostalgic atmosphere. Otaru has historic buildings scattered all over the town,
and is perfect for a stroll.
- Niseko Panorama Line
One of the famous winding roads in Hokkaido that threads through the peaks of
Niseko. A popular spot to enjoy the seasonal mountain nature while driving a car or
riding a motorcycle.
- Shinsen Marsh
Swamp named "Where God and Mountain Hermits Live" located at 2,546ft above sea
level. Many wild plants grow in the area, the unique blue water surface reflects the
old growth forest, and it is said to be the most beautiful of the many swamps in
- Fukidashi Park
A park where a spring with a continuous water flow originating from Mt. Yotei has
been selected as one of the top 100 springs in Japan. Local people as well as
tourists love the park, and particularly the spring-fed pond which is more revered
now than when it was first developed.
- Oyu Bog
Seeing the yellow spherical sulfur balls floating in the water and how the boiling
water bubbles out from the bottom of this hot spring at the Niseko Yumoto Spa is
- Niseko An'nupuri
A symbolic mountain of Niseko. Its meaning is "mountain on a steep cliff" and is
famous for having a world famous ski park. You can enjoy various activities in the
summer as well as in the winter.
- Mt. Yotei
One of the top 100 mountains of Japan. It is also called the Ezo Fuji because of its
beauty, and is the tallest mountain in southwest Hokkaido. Beyond the 6th stage at
6,227ft above sea level there is a variety of over 260 mountain plants growing
naturally, and a popular hiking course.
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