Baojie2000If you are on vacation to Saroma in summer, I highly recommend going to this Nature Centre. There are only a few sand dunes (Kodoyama?) and narrow wetlands between the Sea of Okhotsk and Lake Saroma. Standing on the height of the sand dunes, you can see the Sea of Okhotsk and Lake Saroma at the same time. This Nature Centre is designed to protect the precious animals and plants in the sand dunes and wetlands and introduce the nature here to tourists. No tickets are required. There are walking trails for observing plants and wild birds in the garden, and there are several kilometers of bicycle trails along the sand dunes. It is really cool to rent a bicycle to ride in nature (rent a bicycle for 650 yen, unlimited time Before closing, it’s okay. There are also smaller bicycles for elementary school students and helmets for children.) There are wooden steps in the sand dunes for easy viewing. We went early in the morning. There was no one else. We ran into a Hokkaido red fox on the road. The little guy came out of the grass with big ears. He hesitated when he saw us. He ran out and drank in a puddle. Water, and then ran up the sand dunes along the walking trail for people.
乐吃购Lake Akan not only has the famous green algae, it is also a favorite spot for viewing autumn leaves in Japan! In addition to boat trips and walks on the lake, you can also rent bicycles to enjoy the beauty of the lake elegantly. There are also many legends of the aborigines of Hokkaido, the Ainu tribe. In addition, it is also a famous summer resort in summer!
享旅世界This Abashiri Prison Museum is located at the foot of Mount Tiandu, a suburb of Abashiri, Hokkaido, Japan. It is an open museum converted from a real prison with a history of more than 100 years. Tickets are required to enter the museum. It belongs to the Abashiri Tour Bus Line The first attraction. In the past, some labor and living facilities in Abashiri Prison were scattered all over the hillside. Most of them have been damaged over time, but what we see now is rebuilt intact. There is a modern prison history hall in the museum, which systematically introduces the history of Abashiri prison and the situation of supervision facilities. The most important cultural relic in the Abashiri Prison Museum is a well-preserved prison. Unlike other cells that are neatly arranged, this cell has a spoke-like structure.
M38***13Lake Akan Hot Spring Street is connected to Lake Akan Hot Springs. The straight street is right by the lake. The wooden houses on both sides are rich in color. The most unique feature is the characteristics of the aboriginal Ainu people. There are restaurants, souvenirs, handicraft shops and restaurants. The amount of barbecue is a lot of unrestrained, very enjoyable, the Ainu wood carvings are very exquisite, large and small, the price is very expensive, watching more will cause aesthetic fatigue, that is to say, it is too commercial.
不回首During this trip to Hokkaido, what I look forward to most is to see drift ice on an icebreaker. With seagulls and drift ice, this trip is worthwhile. The ship has three floors, and the lowest level is the closest to drift ice. It is the wind and the cold. After watching it, I hide in the cabin to keep warm, and then come out to continue to capture the beauty of ice and snow.
deanyThe cliffs protruding to the Sea of Okhotsk and the black and white lighthouses stand quietly-Notor Cape is a landmark attraction in Hokkaido and part of Abashiri quasi-national park. In addition to the familiar "If You Are the One", "Antarctic Cook" and "Sakura Sakura in the North" are also filmed here. A special sign was set up to read the location of "If You Are the One". "Cape" means cape in Japanese, which is the pointed land part that protrudes into the sea or lake. It is also chartered (the traffic in Hokkaido is a bit difficult in winter). I was fortunate enough to come here twice and see different scenery in summer and winter. Standing here has a wide view. To the west is the lake and the magnificent coastline, and to the east is the Shiretoko mountain range. Summer is paved with grassland and flowers. Against the blue sky, the sea is as clear as the bottom. In winter, it is covered with white. It feels a little barren at the end of the world. You can see the wonders of drift ice, not to be missed. Address: Misaki, Abashiri City, Hokkaido