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Mt. Showa is a 398-meter high active volcano in Shikotsu-Toya National Park. It was suddenly formed when an earthquake swarm started in December 1943, and in June 1944 the earth split and an area of wheat fields and pine forest rose up. The semicircular volcano's lava dome is a dark reddish-brown, and today steam still rises from the bare rock. It was designated a special natural monument as a mountain of scientific value.
The Shikotsuko Hyobaku Festival features objects made out of ice
The best spa resort in Shikotsu-Toya Hokkaido National Park
Mountain named after a Japanese folklore about a troublesome raccoon
Experience Buddhist training and lodging at Mt. Koya san for a great spiritual experience
Collection of the world's most exceptional Hot Springs
Astonished by the magnificent views of colorful flowers.
The most famous Cookie Sandwiches of Hokkaido
Hakodate Goryokaku - A Star-shaped Fort with five bastions