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What to see

Urakawa, which faces the Pacific Ocean with the beautiful Hidaka mountain range as a backdrop, is blessed by an abundance of crops from both the land and sea. In Urakawa there are many outdoor activities you can do, such as riding, climbing, fishing, and camping. Urakawa also has a thoroughbred museum, a library and various recreation facilities connected to thoroughbred horses. For example, AERU is a resort hotel with an excellent restaurant, a spa and various outdoor activities such as riding.

Nature Map
  1. Sogabetsu Water Falls
  2. Oromap viewpoint
  3. Oromap Camp Sites
  4. Eagles
  5. The port of Urakawa
  6. Nishicha Cherry Trees
  7. Motoura River
  8. Ikantai Forest Park

More to see

HAKUYO HOUSE

This study center is equipped with an art studio and a camp ground.

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HIDAKA RANGE ERIMO QUASI-NATIONAL PARK

This is the biggest quasi-national park in Japan covering an area of 100,000 ha from the Hidaka Mountains to Cape Erimo.

HIDAKA RANGE ERIMO QUASI-NATIONAL PARK

AERU

AERU is a big hotel which has a restaurant, a spa and a souvenir shop. Horseback riding, miniature golf, and many other activities can be enjoyed throughout the year.
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THOROUGHBRED MUSEUM AND LIBRARY CENTER

The center, which is unique in Japan, has over 200 exhibits about thoroughbred horses.

THOROUGHBRED MUSEUM AND LIBRARY CENTER