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Showashinzan, Sobetsu-cho

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A relatively young addition to the area's landscape, Showashinzan was created naturally in 1943, after lava broke through the ground after a series of strong earthquakes. Today, the 398 m (1,306 ft) tall mountain, which often lets out volcanic steam, represents a major tourist attraction. Take the ropeway to the top of Mt. Usu, another area attraction, or enjoy the walking trail with panoramic vistas of the surrounding nature, Pacific Ocean, and Lake Toya. Make Showashinzan a part of your Sobetsu-cho vacation plans using our Sobetsu-cho itinerary builder.
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  • It is a tourist destination for the first time. This time I stopped little drive moves being Sapporo from Niseko. Now smoking still light up even looks. It is evidence that volcanoes!? Moss trees on ︎ mountain, bald Mountain State. Mountain view from Mt. usu.
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  • Uplift in the eruption of Mt. Usu and Mt. Showa shinzan was. See plants one even does not grow. Environment because it increases the temperature of the ground vegetation grows so it's not. Of course you cannot enter. But to tell you that I'm looking at this earth is alive.
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  • This keeps sizzling. Views from the base or from cable car. Great views from the top of Mt Usu. You can get this with lake toya in your photo from the top of Mt Usu.  more »