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In addition to local artworks from Kushiro and Nemuro, it holds special exhibitions on various themes in Japanese and overseas art.
Cape Kiritappu is properly known as Cape Tofutsu. It is also called Cape Tokkari, due to the tokkari (seals) that can be seen there.
You can see the Kushiro River snaking in front of you, and experience the pull of the Kushiro …
The Kiritappu Wetlands spread over 3,168 hectares, making them the third largest wetlands in …
The Meiji-era poetic genius, Takuboku Ishikawa, was employed here as a journalist in 1908. The newspaper office he worked in at the time has been …
Lake Akan popular for the Marumo Special Natural Monument, as well as the sightseeing boats that cruise between the four variously sized islands that …
Lake Kussharo is the largest caldera lake in Japan. It is well-known that if you dig in the sand along the beach, hot water will well …
Your first stop to get the freshest Kushiro seafood. Katte-don is a famous local menu …