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Landscapes and Sightseeings

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Location of Travel Spots around

​Let't have a relaxing moment 

around Niseko Hills!


Shinsen-numa Swamp

     Iwanai, kyouwa-cho

Distance: 8 mins by car

A wetland and ponds located on a plateau more than 750 m above sea level. There is a walking trail with boardwalks, which enabling visitors to enjoy trekking along the ponds.


Ostrich Arishima 2nd farm Niseko

Abuta, Niseko

Distance: 30mins by car

From May to October, visitors can see over 60 ostriches run freely around the ranch with a view of Mt Yotei as the backdrop. 


Abuta, Toyako

Distance: 60 mins by car

An observation deck on the west bank of Lake Toya. It's a great place to overlook Lake Toya as well as Nakajima Island, Mt. Usu and Mt. Showa Shinzan.

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Niseko Panorama Line


Distance: 20 mins by car

At Niseko-cho on highway road 66, you can enjoy views of the magnificent Mt Yotei and Annupuri mountain. You'll travel to the boundary between Rankoshi and Kyowa. 


Mt. Yotei


Distance: 60 mins by car

Located in Shikotsu-Toya National Park, is one of Hokkaido’s most famous mountains and is a renowned skiing and outdoor activities spot. 


Otaru Canal

Otaru, Hokkaido

Distance: 85 mins by car

It was completed in 1923 to reclaim land along the coast. You can enjoy the historical atmosphere with the ancient warehouses along the waterway. 


Fukidashi Park

        Abuta-gun, kyogoko

Distance: 40 mins by car

Known as "Kyogoku-cho Izumi Park", it is famous for its delicious spring water, which was selected as one of the top 100 famous waters in Japan.


Cape Kamui

       Shakotan Peninsula

Distance: 80 mins by car

Cliff on the Shakotan Peninsula in the Niseko Shakotan Otaru Kaigan Quasi-National Park, protruding from the Sea of ​​Japan.

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Yumoto Onsen Oyunuma

Isoya, Rankoshi

Distance: 2 mins by car

A hot spring bog at an altitude around 560 m in Rankoshi Cho. You can see the rare yellow spherical sulfur floating on the surface of the pond. 

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