List of articles of New Chitose Airport Area
Tomakomai Garo Gorge
It is a sightseeing spot in Hokkaido which can be said to be a perfect hole.
Tomakomai – Lake Shikotsu cycling road
Cycling road to Lake Shikotsu with a total length of 17km
Ikoro no Mori
Based on diverse plants nurturing the rich nature of Hokkaido, eleven kinds of different such as Rose Garden, White Garden and Border Garden.
Nishiki Onuma park
A comprehensive park with Nishiki-Onuma and Nishiki-Konuma.
Umi No Eki Puratto Port Market
Tomakomai is the catch shellfish production area of Japan No.1, and fresh fish shellfish, vegetables and fruits are also available on Minato Market.
Repeated several eruptions during a long history It is an active volcano that is said to have made lake Shikotsu and Toyako.
It is famous worldwide as a collective flight area of Anser albifrons and swan.
Daimaru Fujii CENTRAL
The largest in Hokkaido, only here in Japan. It is a stationery specialty store established in its hometown.
New Chitose Airport Domestic Bus Terminal
We introduce Hokkaido sightseeing information, public transportation guidance and more, on the ground floor and second floor of the domestic airline terminal building.
New Chitose Airport International Bus Terminal
At the foreign tourist information center on the second floor, we offer travel information in English, Chinese, and Korean, introduce duty-free shops, offer pamphlets, and more.
Tomakomai Station Bus Stop
1 minute walk from Tomakomai station
Yoichi Station Crossroads Bus Stop
Express Otaru Sapporo、Niseko direction、Shakotan direction
Tomakomai East Port Shubun Ferry Terminal
The route from here is two routes between Tsuruga Port of Shin Nihonkai Ferry and Tsuruga Port via Akita Port , Niigata Port of Shin Nihonkai Ferry.
Mt. Tarumae Shrine
There are "shellfish fortune" sacred lots in the design of surf clam placed about from the local sacred lot series. Look for them!
Features of the All You Can Ride Bus Pass
List of All You Can Ride Bus Passes in Hokkaido.
JR Yoichi Station
The root of Shakotan Peninsula. A fishing village that prospered in herring fishing.
A prominent shipping port of Hokkaido.
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