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List of articles of Mori

Shibata Shoten / Mori’s original specialty, squid rice

Mori is the birthplace of "Ika-Meshi," which was sold as an ekiben (station lunch) since the 1960s and is still popular nationwide.

Mori-machi Inari Shrine

A good place not many people know about.

JR Mori Station



Mori-machi is a nature-rich town close to Mt. Komagatake in Hokkaido and Uchiura Bay.

Michi-no-Eki “You You Mori”

Road Station of Route 5. The scenery from the view lounge and souvenir sales at Morimachi View Product Center Plaza are popular.

Michi-no-Eki “Tsudoru Plaza Sawara”

There is introduction and sale of local industry of the sun field, and there is also a BBQ corner.

Mt. Komagatake

Donan landmark shaped like a horse's back with an altitude of 1132 m.

Sawara Flower Road

About 4 km along the national highway route, Lavender, Tagetes and Tropical sage are planted and decorate the roads from May to October.

Washinoki Site

A circular stone (Stone Circle) made in the late Jomon Period around 4000 years ago was excavated from the Washinoki area of Morimachi.

Aobagaoka Park

It is a historic park with old trees 300 years old. It is famous as a cherry blossom park where as many as 1,000 cherry trees were planted.

Morisanbashi Site

In Hokkaido construction work to connect Hakodate and Sapporo began in 1873.

Komagamine Onsen Chappurinkan

It is a unique day-sized hot spring. The first in eyes is the Hokkaido Komagatake, watching from a large outdoor bath.

Nigorikawa Onsen

Seven tasteful and old-style facilities are open. Accommodation and day trips are available.

The monument of disembark in Washinoki Hokkaido.(Former Shogunate Army)

It is known as the place where the Former Shogunate Army Enomoto Takeaki and Hijikata Toshizo.

Torizaki Hakkei

There are 8 places of interest.

Oniushi Park

In Ainu language meaning "place with plenty of trees" meaning. It is a cherry blossoms famous places.

Onuma Quasi-National Park

In this area, there is Mt. Komagatake and the three lakes of Onuma, Lake Onuma, Lake Konuma, and Lake Junsainuma.

Displays 1〜18 of the 18 in order