List of articles of Observatory
Kitamaebune Matsumae Rest Area
This roadside station is located in Matsumae, the southernmost town in Hokkaido.
Hidaka Mountain Range Museum
At the Hidaka Mountain Range Museum, There are exhibitions such as rock and fossil displays that keep the magnificence of nature alive.
Hokkaido’s southernmost point
107 meters tall, the recommended season of the cherry tree is early May.
Seikan Ferry Memorial Ship “Mashu-maru”
A museum ship displaying “Mashu-maru” was actually runned between Aomori and Hakodate.
Sapporo Hitsujigaoka Observation Hill
Hitsujigaoka Observation Hill is a popular tourist spot for both domestic tourists and international tourists.
Chobo no Oka (Lookout Hill)
There are 1.3 million sunflowers seen from the low hill located in the back.
You can see an amazing view. 10 minutes walk from Tokachigawa Onsen.
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.
Atsuta Park Observatory
The first place in Hokkaido to be recognized as a sacred place for lovers.
Bihoro Pass Observatory
From the observation deck of altitude 525 m, you can see "Lake Karudera ", the largest caldera lake in Japan, "Iwo Jima" which erupts plume and "Shiretoko mountain peak" far away.
Approximately 220 varieties and 1,200,000 tulips will bloom in the Kamiyuubetsu Tulip Park.
You can see a beautiful morning sun rising from the horizon of the Sea of Okhotsk.
The only place overlooking Lake Saromako is here.
Tsubetsu Pass Observatory
Tsubetsu Pass at an altitude of 947m Speaking of the sea of clouds in Hokkaido, Tsubasa Pass will be the best.
Hokkaido Yoake Tower
Height 800 units, about 24 m. There is a spiral staircase.
Mombetsu Okhotsk Tower
It is the world's first ice-sea observation tower on the 4th floor of the ocean floor and the 1st floor of the underwater building which is located about 1km from the coast and 10m deep.
You can overlook the Hokkaido Shinkansen Seikan Tunnel entrance and signal box, and can identify the (dual gauge) track structure used by the Shinkansen and freight train which is uncommon in Japan.
On a clear day, you can see both the Tsugaru Peninsula and Shimokita Peninsula of Aomori across the Tsugaru Strait from the point up the staircase of over 100 steps.
There is a large peach shaped rock (Momoiwa).
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