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Shiretoko National Park (知床国立公園, Shiretoko Kokuritsu Koen), located on the Shiretoko Peninsula in eastern Hokkaido, is one of Japan's most beautiful and unspoiled national parks. No roads lead further than about three fourths up the peninsula, and the northern tip can only be viewed from boats or be reached on multi day trekking tours.
The peninsula is home to a variety of wildlife, including brown bears, deer and foxes. In winter, the peninsula's coast along the Sea of Okhotsk becomes one of the northern hemisphere's southernmost regions to see drift ice. In 2005, Shiretoko was added to the list of world heritage sites for the irreplaceable value of the peninsula's ecosystem and biodiversity.
information source: japan-guide.com
Airport: Memanbetsu Airport
Shiroi Koibito no Oka (White Lovers' Hill)
Shiraoi Ainu Museum (Porotokotan)
Shizunai Nijukken Road Cherry Blossom Trees
The March of the Penguins (Asahiyama Zoo)
Tourism Teshikaga Mashu Star Travelogue
Drift Ice Cruises (Abashiri Aurora and Icebreaker Garinko-go) — Introducing the New Garinko-go III
Cape Notoro (Notoro Misaki)
Abashiri Nature Cruise
Mount Hakodate (Hakodateyama)