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Bihorotoge Lookout, Bihoro-cho

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Take a moment to stretch your legs and enjoy a fantastic view at Bihorotoge Lookout, opposite the road station on Highway 243. From here you'll be able to see sweeping vistas over Lake Kussharo and the surrounding hills, with early mornings sunrises and evening sunsets offering the most spectacular views. After taking in the powerful scenery, consider heading into the road station for a snack and a souvenir hunt. To visit Bihorotoge Lookout on your holiday in Abashiri-gun, and find out what else Abashiri-gun has to offer, use our Abashiri-gun itinerary planner.
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  • It's such a beautiful view is?! I think the town got its name is beautiful and I-bihoro meaning is great in the Ainu language, and plenty of water and kusshii think this landscape also went to Japan where there is looking for
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  • Many pass is located within the province, but it wouldn't pass you can experience the panorama comfortably. I think the staff well, indescribably unique Eastern ambience best. You can pass when the gas is extremely dangerous, but conversely worship clouds early in the morning. I think the place to visit when you visit the East.
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  • Came all the way to guide the Chinese friends will love a place so many times as I'd want to come. Kussharo Lake from the observation deck overlooking is exceptional! Far sight of Koshimizu and Shari, Hokkaido, you can realize. The old days at Lake kussharo enjoyed sailing (dinghy), I remember.
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