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Kushiro Marsh is Japan's largest marsh extends across Kushiro Plain in the eastern Hokkaido. Twenty-six hectares in size, it has been designated a national park and is famous for wetland's avian inhabitants, particularly red-crowned cranes that breed there. Sakhalin taimen, called "phantom fish," also inhabit marsh.
Fishermen's Wharf, Kushiro Marsh
The Shikotsuko Hyobaku Festival features objects made out of ice
Hokkaido's highest mountain & pleasant bases for exploring Daisetsuzan National Park
Japan's most well known zoo that visitors can view different angles of the animals
Kushiro Marsh National Park, Japanese Crane
UNESCO World Heritage, The Last Unexplored Region in Hokkaido
Scenic park in Oshima Peninsula
The spectacular views from Mt. Hakodate and its delicious, fresh seafood.