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Otaru Canal

Otaru Canal

4.4/51,024 Reviews
River
Open all day (Local time)
Otaru Canal was built in the Meiji and Taisho periods, and although only half has been preserved, it is still full of charm. The Victorian-style kerosene lamps and the red brick exterior walls of the riverbank warehouses add an exotic feel to the place. Restaurants, grocery stores, and other shops are converted from warehouses and are popular choices at which tourists can buy souvenirs or eat local delicacies.
Mt. Moiwa

Mt. Moiwa

4.5/5158 Reviews
Mountain
10:30-22:00 (summer), 11:00-22:00(winter) (Local time)
Mt. Moiwa is located near downtown Sapporo and surrounded by an old-growth forest. The maple trees' foliage changes color as the seasons change from spring to autumn, and in the winter a white blanket of snow is draped over the mountain. It is a scene of unique beauty that attracts people all year round. Visitors can access the peak of Mt. Moiwa by riding the ropeway and can then take in the full view of Sapporo City from the observatory. The night view is absolutely breathtaking. Besides riding the cable car, visitors can also conquer Mt. Moiwa on foot. Walking is a great way to enjoy the mountain loved by Sapporo locals.
Hell Valley

Hell Valley

4.5/5616 Reviews
Volcano
Hot Spring
Open all day (Local time)
Hell Valley is the main source of Noboribetsu's hot spring waters and also an iconic hot spring in Hokkaido. The so-called "Hell Valley" is, in fact, a remnant of a crater, pervaded all year long by volcanic gas spewing from the surface of the gray and yellow rocks. The surrounding air is filled with a strong smell of sulfur, and the place is thought to resemble a scene of hell. The main attraction is the eerie volcanic valley, the center of which can be accessed by a walkway specially built for tourists.
Lake Shikotsu

Lake Shikotsu

4.6/5121 Reviews
Lake
Open all day (Local time)
Lake Shikotsu is located Shikotsu-Toyako National Park. Formed by volcanic eruption, Lake Shikotsu is a non-freezing lake in the north of Japan. In summer, it is a habitat for migratory birds, attracting many birdwatchers, and the October Red Leaf Festival is also very popular. The sunset at Lake Shikotsu is very beautiful. Close to the east bank of the Chitose River exit, there is a hotel and a cruise ship pier, which is the center of sightseeing.
Tenguyama

Tenguyama

4.6/5210 Reviews
Mountain
Sun - Sat 9:30 AM - 9:00 PM (Local time)
The Tengu, who is squinting and has a long nose, is a Japanese monster. The Tengu Mountain behind Otaru City Street has the name of Tengu Mountain because it looks like a Tengu. Tiangu Mountain is about 532.5 meters high and is the commanding height of Xiaoyan. On the top of the mountain, you can overlook the panoramic view of Otaru City. Especially when the night is over, the small dragonfly that stretches along the coastline is inlaid with jewels. The Hakodate night view of Hakodate Hill and the Sapporo night view of the Momoyama Mountain are called the three major Hokkaido. night view.
Nopporo Forest Park

Nopporo Forest Park

4.5/535 Reviews
Forest
Lake Toya

Lake Toya

4.6/5489 Reviews
Lake
Lake Toya is open all day; the opening hours of the Toya Lake tourist ship: late April-October 8:00-16:30 (every 30 minutes); November -April 9:00-16: 00 (every 60 minutes) (Local time)
Lake Toya, which is situated in the southwestern part of Hokkaido, belongs to Shikotsu-Toya National Park. Formed after frequent volcanic eruptions in the area, the wide lake appears especially vast in contrast with the relatively low-lying outer rim of the mountains. The neighboring Mount Showa-Shinzan is still active to this day and can still be seen spewing white smoke from its surface. Along the shore is the famous Lake Toya Hot Spring, one of the few hot springs resorts in Hokkaido.
Heiwa Falls

Heiwa Falls

5/53 Reviews
Waterfall
Jozankei Dam

Jozankei Dam

4.5/512 Reviews
Lake
Oyunuma Pond

Oyunuma Pond

4.6/5133 Reviews
Hot Spring
Open all day (Local time)
The big soup marsh is the crater of the bursting crater formed by the fire in the Japanese and the mountain. The sulphur spring of about 130 degrees is sprayed at the bottom of the pond. It is the source of hot spring water for the local hot spring hotels. A circle around the lake, in addition to smelling the sulphur smell, you can also see the source of hot spring foaming at any time, especially the floating yellow spheroidal sulfur on the lake is particularly conspicuous. There is also a natural foot bath next to the big soup.
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