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 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.
The facility where you can learn about the local history and nature of Urakawa.
Horse-riding facility integrated with hotel that overlooks Hidaka mountains
All you can see of the horse ranch zone of the Nishihorobetsu district of the Hidakahorobetsu River basin area.
A facility that trains and produces racehorse of Japan Racing Association.