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Northern Pavilion Bokyono Ie, Nemuro
(3.8/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
Birdwatchers can spot many coastal species at Northern Pavilion Bokyono Ie, a commemorative lighthouse and museum situated on the cape overlooking the country's lost Northern Territories, which Japan still claims sovereignity over. Visitors can pop into the museum, which details the area's history and displays taxidermy examples of the local wildlife, including sea birds and seals. Out on the coast you can see many of these animals in the flesh, so be sure to bring along your binoculars, and consider packing a picnic lunch to enjoy on the shore. For travelers who use our world travel planner, Nemuro holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Northern Pavilion Bokyono Ie and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • It is on the doorstep of nosappu Cape at a Northern Territory Museum. Who visited Cape nosappu cloth can be used free of charge, so is the facility you want to and visited by all means. On the second floor are a lot of binoculars can there (is this also free), Northern Territory. History became a great learning opportunity. The fire thief of bad troubles in the confusion of the war should be allowed. Is a war crime in the former Soviet Union, from the Japan Government to more large voice, we respond.
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  • 日本北海道最東端,看日出超美。可是平日日岀時份沒有公車抵達,我經觀光諮詢中心(根室站隔鄰)安排包車,從根室市到納沙布岬約三十分鐘,連逗留及回程共約兩小時,車資11100yen. 
  • That they are various exhibits on the Islands at the Northern Territory Museum located near Cape nosappu, as I look. Admission is free, and there are various exhibits, such as photos or documents. Activities of former Islanders, voice and written and indescribable feeling. Uninhabitable Japanese territory of Japan though... such a reality would be here to witness the.
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