Eating in the Shiretoko area

Stadiums/Arenas

Shitsugen no Kaze Arena Kushiro

Shitsugen no Kaze Arena Kushiro is an indoor arena in Kushiro City, where the B league's Levanga Hokkaido (Professional Basketball League) plays an official game sometime. The aren …

Windhill East Hokkaido Stadium

An official game for the Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters is held at this stadium once a year. The stadium is located at Kushiro Sports Park, which includes an athletic stadium, a Shit …

Obihiro no Mori Ice Arena

Obihiro no Mori Ice Arena is in Obihiro City. The arena is located at Obihiro-no-Mori Sports Park, which includes a baseball stadium, an athletic stadium, and a public swimming poo …

Obihiro no Mori Athletic Stadium

Obihiro no Mori Athletics Stadium is in Obihiro City. It is a stadium where official games of the Nadeshiko League of women's soccer are held several times a year. The stadium is l …

Kushiro Ice Arena

Kushiro Ice Arena is the home arena of the Hokkaido Team (Asia Ice Hockey League). Address: 3-6-33 Tottoriodori, Kushiro, Hokkaido Capacity: 3,739 Opened: 1996 Getting to the Stadi …

Stadiums/Arenas

Kuma no Yu Hot Spring (Hokkaido)

From Shiretoko Pass, head towards Rausu-cho, and just before the Rausu Visitor Center you will find the Kumano-yu bathhouse. There is no address, so you have to drive carefully to …

Tawadaira Observatory (Hokkaido)

The Tawadaira Observatory is a large ranch that offers a 360 degree view of the horizon and can be reached by car from Kushiro City in less than an hour and a half. It is a very va …

Kaminoko ike (Hokkaido)

The nearby Lake Mashu is called the Lake of God in the Ainu language. The pond is called "Kaminoko-ike (Kami = God)" because it is made of groundwater from Lake Mashu. This pond is …

Kamuiwakka Hot Falls (Hokkaido)

The Kamuiwakka Hot Falls is a place to combine sightseeing with the Shiretoko Five Lakes. From the Shiretoko Five Lakes, drive in the opposite direction to the town of Utoro, and f …


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