Wakkanai Things to Do
Situated on the North-Western coast of Wakkanai, it is possible to see Rebun and Rishiri islands from the cape on clear days.On my visit, there was a slight drizzle, so there wasn't much to see. The sea was very rough and the wind extremely strong. This is no exaggeration, but I lost my balance while trying to remove my camera from my backpack.more
This is it - the northernmost point in Japan. Besides a monument which tells you that you've arrived at the tip, a souvenir shop or two and some other monuments, that's it.You can take consolation that Soya Hills which is walkable from the cape has some other monuments as well as a cattle farm.Overall, this is a rather scenic area in my opinion....more
The menu is Japanese food (Japanese noodles, Udon, Soba.....) and pasta.
There is sweets of the Japanese-style, too.
When it order a drink, tiny cake comes with.
Credit cards accepte.
Favorite Dish: The lunch set menu of the offer is recommended in the daytime.
Side dishes more than 10 with rice & miso soup.
It is vegetables which are good for health-centered side dish.
(They become the, therefore, wild vegetable dish in a season.)
Wakkanai Warnings and Dangers
When the road of Hokkaido of the winter does not fit it in an icy road,
You have difficulty with draiving.
It's always speed down, careful driving !Related to:
- Road Trip
Wakkanai Off The Beaten Path
In Wakkanai and some of the towns I passed through enroute to Asahikawa, I saw many roadside planters full of attractive flowers.Caught sight of these peonies at the roadside, beside cars and lorries. These were the most brilliant "roadside" plants I chanced upon throughout my Hokkaido trip.more
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