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Kushiro Marsh Observatory, Kushiro
(1.4/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web)
Kushiro Marsh Observatory serves as the starting point for educational tours of the biggest wetland in Japan. Climb up to the observatory's third floor for a commanding view over the marsh, which shelters 2,000 different species of plants and animals, including Hokkaido deer and the white-tailed sea eagle. The observatory provides access to lengthy walking trails, which lead through the park and ensure plenty of chances to spot the wildlife. Using our custom trip planner, Kushiro attractions like Kushiro Marsh Observatory can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • This sign was right at the entrance of the promenade with infested place. Bell is in the shop we rent free of charge with the assistance.... Nature rich I'm ~. Start walking and soon descend a steep downhill suspension bridge. At the end of October after and continues uphill, and bench in some places has become the future resting place, but ended up also leaves the bear too much I feel is not advisable. Around the course and vice versa and good. I couldn't find a bear infested information at the entrance on the left and a steep final climb,....
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  • Kushiro Marsh Observatory marks the start of the 1 hour circular path (about 2.5 km) with a great observation point right in the centre to view the marshlands . Please take note that it is not needed ...  more »
  • Go inside the building itself did not know Moor, I looked up and in a distinctive building is a surprise. Marsh in go down anyway and think back of hiked in the middle.... More time there, I think travelers are accustomed to walking.
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