Travel Destinations

Travel Destinations

For tourists in the Kushiro Area, we have picked the information we would like to recommend for each municipality in the area. Please check the list when creating your travel plans.

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Kushiro City

Kushiro City

Kushiro City is the only city in Japan that has two national parks.
It is the core, central city of the Kushiro Area, which takes pride in its rich nature and unique culture.

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Kushiro Town

Kushiro Town

In this town surrounded by Kushiro Marsh and the Pacific Ocean, beautiful and magnificent locations overlooking the ocean and land are scattered everywhere.

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Shiranuka Town

Shiranuka Town

With the stretching peaceful coastline overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Shiranuka Town is surrounded by pristine rivers and beautiful forests. It enjoys rich blessings from nature as well as a wide variety of high-quality produce.

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Akkeshi Town

Akkeshi Town

Being a port town with the longest history in Eastern Hokkaido, Akkeshi town is surrounded by beautiful wetlands and coastline and one of the best places for delicious food。

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Shibecha Town

Shibecha Town

Shibecha Town has the vast Kushiro Marsh and a wide variety of lakes. Its pasture, where a 360-degree panoramic view extends, is also popular and one of the best in Hokkaido.

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Hamanaka Town

Hamanaka Town

The quality of fishery and dairy produce is among the top in Japan.
The blessings from the pure ocean and land function as the source of vitality for the town.

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Teshikaga Town

Teshikaga Town

Located in the west of Akan National Park, Teshikaga Town is a town of agriculture and tourism. Lake Mashu, acclaimed to be one of the clearest lakes in the world, is truly a lake of mysteries.

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Tsurui Village

Tsurui Village

As the name indicates (in Japanese tsuru means cranes and i means present), this town is inhabited by a large number of red-crowned cranes, a Special Natural Monument of Japan, and is part of "the Most Beautiful Villages in Japan Union".

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