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Sarubo Observatory, Shibecha-cho
(2.2/5 based on 25 reviews on the web)
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  • Visit free and about 10 parking spaces. Salvo lookout walk about 200 meters from the parking lot. It is very difficult because there are steep slopes are fine high-heel shoes. Climb 500 meters or so from the entrance, arrives at the Observatory. View from the observation deck on the liner route 390 JR senmo line the clockwise eOrder swamp Toro Lake left. Here is made without thinking, without becoming norokko-shooting point failed. Did check norokko-go through time if you are interested in is better.
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  • Thought comes up signs along the road and the lookout there is there is just a parked car where the the actual Observatory lies up the mountain from there. You had to climb the mountain hunt and the bamboo grass growing from the trailhead of the original and is closed during a visit in late July to disciple buckling, along the road about 200 m. Was well maintained trail that took about 15 minutes. Is on the lookout for future structures of a small wooden and walked in the fog of bad can't see anything at all. In overlooking the Kushiro wetlands if the weather is good, sorry.
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  • After the rain is pretty dangerous is quite demanding, slurping and there are mosquitoes and I think is good: especially not hard back, saying and better compared to this and subtle, lookout points, followed by sunny days after the rain season pass is also good
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