Monday, July 24, 2017

Lake Shikotuko, Onuma semi-national park in Hokkaido. 支笏湖、大沼国定公園。

It's second time for us to go to Hokkaido in this month.
We arrived at Sapporo by airplane,then went bound for Lake Shikotuko by a rental car.


Lake Shikotuko.

Mt.Huppushidake.

Mt.Eniwadake.


Poropinai.

It was a rainy day.
We stayed a hotel by the lake.

We stayed at this hotel.

There is a hot spring bath attached our rooms.

Then second day, we started bound for Hakodate,
On the way to Hakodate,
we looked two mountains.

Mt.Usuzan.


Mt.Showashinzan.
This mountain is the newest volcano in our country.
The mountain was born in 1943. Then became just above in 1945.

Then we arrived at Onuma semi-national park.

Onuma semi-national park.





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20 comments:

  1. I would love to try the hot spring bath. I assume they're common in Japan, in america I think they're probably not as much. Most hotels would assume they could just put in an artificial hot tub for guests

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  2. Your photos are absolutely gorgeous! It looks like a fantastic time!

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  3. Such amazing place as always! Great aspects, lovely room and spa with warm spring waters; it is a balnear resort, also? It's only in your posts that I've seen such great way of cosy relaxation. Wonderful mountains and waters around!
    A nice day and new week!

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    1. Dear Alexa.
      Thank you very much for your comment. There are many hot spring areas in our country. This lakeside is one of them.

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  4. Lovely lake and mountain views! And I loved the fish shaped sign with a hole for your head. :)

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  5. So verdant. I like the added feature of a hot spring attached to your hotel.

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  6. This is one of the highlights why I love Japan for all their abundance of big & small mountains all over the country. This one is interesting to note the birth of a new volcano. It must be alive and might even grow bigger over the years. Many volcanoes are alive in Japan and they certainly radiate much energy to the surroundings.

    I am always impressed with most of the hotel rooms you stayed. They were always luxuriously furnished with cozy ambiance and a personal onsen for your private use! How nice and pampered you are. Sadly I cannot afford such rooms yet. Maybe I can be your guest! HaHa...

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    1.  Dear Twilight Man.
      Thank you very much for your comment.You inspired me very much. I do not think you can not afford to stay these kind of hotels.

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  8. Absolutely phenomenal scenery.
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  9. What a beautiful place, and your photos captured it wonderfully. Your hotel looks interesting also. A hot spring bath sounds soothing after a long day of walking.

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  10. Great. Japan is a wonderful place. Greetings.

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