A park facing the Sea of Japan on the West Hokkaido side.
This museum was built for inheriting Ainu culture when the Nibutani dam was constructed.
Japan’s biggest quasi-national park which is said to be the backbone of Hokkaido centered around the Hidaka Mountain Range.
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.
Offering day spa service and accommodation. There’s a great view of the sun setting into the Pacific Ocean from the outdoor bath.
Approximately 980,000 Phonograph record are donated to Record Museum in Nīkappu-chō Town.