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Hokkaido Tokachi Echology Park, Otofuke-cho

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Theme Park Water / Amusement Park
Hokkaido Tokachi Echology Park is located in Otofuke-cho. Before you head to Otofuke-cho, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Otofuke-cho vacation builder, to make sure you see all that Otofuke-cho has to offer, including Hokkaido Tokachi Echology Park.
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  • It is a very well kept place with a large open ground for children to run. My four year old was just captivated with the Fuwa Fuwa dome (jumping area) and spent about an hour there. There was a bigger...  more »
  • It's just less than an hour away from the down town of Hokkaido. We and my children have so much fun here. We especially enjoyed the seven "long" slides, the indoor net It's so exciting. But, only tha...  more »
  •  Hokkaido Tokachi ecology Park is a large provincial park is located slightly East of the 十勝川 from otofuke Tokachi River town. Space is considered to harmonize nature around the visitor center is a half-basement structure, 駆ke回reru in the room and reception, as well as a simple restaurant. Accommodation is available in a vast park, cottages and campgrounds, so. As well as various facilities were scattered. In particular, could hear the cheering children, seemed happy, fluffy dome's.  What part of the dome was raised as Hill, the air contained in the kids hopping out-of-towners, it was fun. I went to the near the river include camping. It was a tributary of the Tokachi River is flooded by the Typhoon last summer, became a major disaster, but around here (middle range), the scars remain. So the camp site, is still unavailable.
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