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Shintoku Tourism Association
15 days ago
The second half of GW starts! National Highway 38 has a conspicuous number of numbers outside the jurisdiction and outside the province, and the tourist facilities along the line are crowded with many tourists. 《A little detour》 ★ Karikachi Pass There is a little wind today, but you can see the Tokachi Plain from the Observatory. ★ The Great Curve The track remains of the Old Karikatsu Line that can be seen from the parking space of Karikachi Pass No. 5 ★ Karikachi Kogen Park It is crowded with families enjoying the Karikatsu Kogen Eco Trolley Railway and horseback riding. In addition, you can still enjoy the cherry blossoms, and the Ume Plum in the Ume Plum Garden is beginning to open. ★ Bear Mountain You can see brown bears in a state close to nature, and there is also a bear watching bus that runs close to the bears. ★ Osasagawa Bridge The bridge of the Old Karikatsu Line on the Ogasa River streaming next to Nomura Curry ★ Yorkshire Farm From the national highway, you can see sheep grazing and lying down. ★ Soba-no-kan You can enjoy the town's specialty Shintoku soba noodles. ★ Village 432 In addition to meals, you can also enjoy the long and quiet scenery of horses grazing. ★SL Square The D51, which ran on the Old Karikatsu Line, was installed and you can stroll around the tracks. ★ Shintoku Shrine There are also a few Prunus sargentii (Ezo cherry trees) left, and Forsythia, plums, dandelions, and other flowers that make you feel Spring welcome you. Also, until the 5th, there are stalls such as Kitchen Car in the Precincts, and they are lit up at night.
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Shintoku Tourism Association
21 days ago
At the request of an acquaintance, I experienced a late sap (sap) water collection. I was talking about "maybe it won't come out anymore?", but I was able to collect about 500 ml of one of the two bottles in one hour. (The other one is about 100ml) By the way, I also experimented with a birch hammock, which I had been interested in for a long time. "Sleeping comfort is outstanding!" 👍✨ Would you like to ride it? If you have a lot of requests, I will consider it as a summer experience. #Hokkaido #Tokachi #Shintoku Town #Shintoku Tourism Association #Karikatsu Plateau #Karikachi Kogen Park #Route 38 #Hokkaido Garden Highway #Birch #Birch sap (sap) water #Birch sap (sap) water collection experience #Hammock #Summer Events
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Shintoku Tourism Association
28 days ago
From today, a horse trek where you can enjoy horseback riding at Western Village Sahoro in Karikachi Kogen Park along Route 38 connecting Obihiro and Furano will start. (Reservation required) Guided by the owner and staff dressed in a western look, you will stroll through the forests and streams. From the horse, you may encounter the scenery of Hokkaido's Nature and wild animals such as elk deer, Eurasian red squirrel, northern fox, and woodpecker! #Hokkaido #Tokachi #Shintoku Town #Shintoku Tourism Association #National Route 38 #Hokkaido Garden Highway #Karikatsu Kogen #Western Village Sahoro #Horseback riding #Experience #Furano #Obihiro
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Shintoku Tourism Association
Apr. 11, 2024
The "Birch Sap Water Collection Experience" at Karikachi Kogen Park will also end this weekend on Sunday, the 14th. There were more applications for participation than expected, and the days of the preparatory ⇒ experience ⇒ the preparatory ⇒ experience. On weekends, all reservations are booked except for the Sunday afternoon session, so we are looking for those who wish to "visit" birch sap water collection. Even though it is called recruitment, there is no application or participation fee. All you have to do is actually see how easy it is to collect. If you are passing by, please stop by to see if you have time. Saturday, April 13 10 ~ 11 o'clock and 14 ~ 15 o'clock (2 times)  April 14 (Sun)   From 10 o'clock ~ 11 o'clock, it will be held from 14 o'clock if there is a reservation, but if not, it will be canceled. * We are also looking for participants for the afternoon session. This is an experience that you should definitely see not only for those in Hokkaido but also for those who come to Hokkaido for sightseeing!
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Shintoku Tourism Association
Apr. 3, 2024
For the rehearsal of the birch sap water collection experience that will start the day after tomorrow, we will do a final check of the flow at the site. I was worried because it snowed the day before yesterday, but thanks to the warmth today, I was relieved by the sap that oozes out when I make a hole in the birch. It seems that it was still a little early for full-scale collection, and the sap that came out was about 50 ml in one hour. From now until the end of the week, the daytime temperature is forecast to exceed 10 degrees Celsius, so I think the amount of collection will stabilize. The birch sap water collection experience will be held from the 5th (Friday) to the 14th (Sunday) of this month, and reservations can be made even the day before. If you are interested, please join us. In addition, those who are only interested in visiting are welcome. * If there are no participants, there will be no event, so please contact the tourism association in advance. For details, please contact the Shintoku Tourism Association [0156-64-0522].
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