Obihiro, Kushiro,Nakashibetsu Airport Outskirts Transport Information
The Tokachi Plains spreading out in the south side of Daisetsuzan National Park is a prosperous kingdom of cuisine that with production centers for eminent Japanese soybeans, adzuki beans, wheat, potatoes, and the breeding of the domestic animals such as cows, pigs, and chickens. From Kushiro to Nemuro there is the sightseeing area with two national parks, Lake Akan and the Kushiro Marsh, forming a very large Dairy Belt. Popular wild birds such as Japanese cranes and white-tailed sea eagles can be seen.
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Obihiro, Kushiro, Nakashibetsu Airport Outskirts Natural Park
National ParkA nationally managed park, representing Japan's natural scenery.
Daisetsuzan National Park Taushubetsu River Bridge, Lake Nukabira, Lake Shikaribetsu, Mt. Nipesotsu
Akan-Mashu National Park Lake Akan, Lake Kussharo, Lake Mashu, Onneto, Ainu Kotan, Kawayu Onsen
Kushiroshitsugen National Park Kushiro Marsh Observatory, Onnenai Wooden Path, Hosooka Observatory, Lake Touro
Quasi-National ParkThe park is managed by the prefecture with natural scenery based on a national park.
Hidaka-Sanmyaku-Erimo Quasi-National Park Nissho Pass Observatory, Satsunaigawa Enchi
Akkeshi-Kiritappu-Konbumori Quasi-National Park Cape Shirepa, Lake Akkeshi, Bekkanbeushi Marshland, Kiritappu Marshland, Ayamegahara
Prefectural Natural ParkFollowing after national park, and quasi-national park is a park representing Hokkaido with its natural scenery.
Notsuke-Furen Prefectural Natural Park Lake Furen, Onneto, Shunkunitai, Notsuke Peninsula, Todowara / Narawara, Odaitou, Hakuchodai
Wetlands Registered Under the Ramsar ConventionWetlands registered by the convention on wetlands of international importance, especially as waterfowl habitat (Ramsar Convention).
Kushiro Marshland A stopover point for ducks and swans. The main breeding place of the red-crowned crane. It is also a habitat for large birds such as Blakiston's fish owls, white-tailed eagles, and Steller's sea eagles.
Kiritappu Marshland Many birds visit, including whooper swans, bean geese, anserinae waterfowl, and swans.
Lake Akkeshi, Bekkanbeushi Marshland The highest possible wintering spot of the whooper swan in Japan.
Lake Akan The area grows rare algae including moss phlox. It is the habitat of many rare aquatic animals and plants including Sakhalin taimen, the biggest fresh water fish in Japan.
Lake Furen, Shunkunitai Visiting place for birds such as grey-tailed tattlers, and whooper swans.
Notsuke Peninsula, Notsuke Bay Visiting place for birds such as brents, and common goldeneyes.
Obihiro, Kushiro, Nakaashibetu Airport Outskirts Sightseeing Spots
Old Kofuku Station
Obihiro Centennial City Museum
Marimo (Lake Moss Ball)
Cape Hanasaki 'Kurumaishi'
Kawayu Hot Spring