List of articles of Tokachi area
It flows through the Tokachi Subprefecture and flows into the Pacific Ocean. It is a A class river of 156 km in length.
A hot spring containing a large amount of iodine in a very rare ingredient.
Shintoku Soba No Yakata
You can experience soba noodles.
Located at the gateway of Higashidaisetsu and Tokachi, it is a hideaway hotel surrounded by nature and lake.
About 3 km of hiking course from hot springs to "Kirifukinotaki" is a secluded spa resort.
A sightseeing spot that can meet wild Ezo bears who represent Hokkaido.
Shikaribetsuko Ice Village
It is an ice village on the lake which is exactly like an open-air bath on ice and an ice bar.
The doorway to Tokachi sightseeing. About 40 minutes by bus to Obihiro city center.
Pass in Hokkaido highest point.
Rikubetsu Space Earth Science Museum (Ginganomori Astronomical Observatory)
Astronomical Observatory in Japan's cold town "Rikubetsu ". Everyone can see the seasonal starry sky through the astronomical telescope.
Ikeda Wine Castle
A research facility that studied wine making in the first vineyard cultivation grape in Hokkaido.
It features a brown Moor-Onsen containing a lot of Organic compound.
Taushubetsu River Bridge
It is said that a bridge over the Taushubetsugawa River is a phantom bridge because it can be seen and hidden by the increase and decrease of dam water.
Higashitaisetsu Nature Center
Facilities that introduce flora and fauna and sightseeing spots.
Nukabira Hot Spring with abundant amount of hot water is highly appreciated by enthusiasts as a hot spring resort where you can enjoy hot springs with 100% natural hot spring．
Rokka no Mori
The representative six flower-blooming gardens of Tokachi on Rokkatei's wrapping paper.
A complex where nature and flowers collaborate. There is also a restaurant.
One onneto of Hokkaido 's three great secret lakes, which changes to five colors. There is also a hot spring.
Former Aikoku Station
Station which was in the Hiroo line of the former National Railway Company.
There are three themes: Japanese garden, Western style garden, landscape style garden.
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