Recommended

  • Hidaka-Sanmyaku-Erimo Quasi-National ParkHidaka-Sanmyaku-Erimo Quasi-National Park Japan's biggest quasi-national park which is said to be the backbone of Hokkaido centered around the Hidaka Mountain Range.
  • Urakawa Horse MuseumUrakawa Horse Museum The facility where you can learn about the history of horses and their connection with people in the stored collection of items related to horse production centers.
  • Urakawa AeruUrakawa Aeru Horse-riding facility integrated with hotel that overlooks Hidaka mountains
  • Urakawa Folk MuseumUrakawa Folk Museum The facility where you can learn about the local history and nature of Urakawa.
  • Urakawa Thoroughbred RoadUrakawa Thoroughbred Road All you can see of the horse ranch zone of the Nishihorobetsu district of the Hidakahorobetsu River basin area.
  • Nibutani AINU Culture MuseumNibutani AINU Culture Museum This museum was built for inheriting Ainu culture when the Nibutani dam was constructed.
  • Mt. Apoi Geopark Visitor CenterMt. Apoi Geopark Visitor Center It also provides real-time information on alpine plants, brown bears and other things to make climbing Mt. Apoi a safe and pleasant experience.
  • Shokanbetsu-Teuri-Yagishiri Quasi-National ParkShokanbetsu-Teuri-Yagishiri Quasi-National Park A park facing the Sea of Japan on the West Hokkaido side.
  • Thoroughbred GinzaThoroughbred Ginza 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.
  • The Nijukken RoadThe Nijukken Road Approximately 3,000 cherry blossoms are blooming over 7 kilometers straight on the twenty-way road.