A park facing the Sea of Japan on the West Hokkaido side.
At the end of the Bakumatsu, Akita clan reproduced the facility which became the base of northern guard.
Sake brewery at the northernmost tip of Japan.
The most prosperous commercial estate including the success of shipping industry.
There is an observation hut on the Teuri Island to observe the natural behavior of seabirds.
1 of 100 sunsets in Japan.
This museum was built for inheriting Ainu culture when the Nibutani dam was constructed.
Over than 1000 items including Ainu folk goods
Please drop in before entering the mountain pass.
At the Hidaka Mountain Range Museum, There are exhibitions such as rock and fossil displays that keep the magnificence of nature alive.
Japan’s biggest quasi-national park which is said to be the backbone of Hokkaido centered around the Hidaka Mountain Range.
Hokkaido racecourse. It is a course of 1600 m in 1 turn around clockwise.
The world’s largest oil painting paintings by painter Gérard Di-Maccio are exhibited.
Horse trekking can be enjoyed in full swing even if you have never taken a horse
About an 8 km series of ranches along National Route 235 is an area known as the hometown of racehorses where their lineage rests calmly and continues.
Approximately 980,000 Phonograph record are donated to Record Museum in Nīkappu-chō Town.
A valuable place where you can enjoy the precious little marine leisure Hidaka has to offer.
「This soft dark brown water is known as hot water for beautiful skin
Approximately 3,000 cherry blossoms are blooming over 7 kilometers straight on the twenty-way road.
Hidaka is a region with many Ainu.
You can sense the valleys and alpine plants of the land in this park centered around Mount Apoi, Samani Seaside, and Hidaka Yabakei Gorge.
The skirts of Mt. Apoi dip into the Pacific Ocean along the coast as a sea cliff for approximately 6 km.
It also provides real-time information on alpine plants, brown bears and other things to make climbing Mt. Apoi a safe and pleasant experience.
Chief Tiantai Buddhist temple, Tojuin temple is one of the Ezosankanji (three Ezo temples) which Edo Shogunate erected as court-built temples.
The facility that introduce kombu harvesting which is the main industry of Erimo, as well information about the characteristics of kombu, nature in the town, the history, culture, the marine products industry and more.