Guide in Niseko
It is the live broadcasting picture from Niseko roadside station “Niseko view plaza”
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Two cherry trees, Mt. Yotei and patchwork fields weave together to create a sight typical of the Niseko landscape. This scene is often found in pamphlets and magazines featuring Niseko.
This spot has been designated a ‘place of scenic beauty’ by Niseko Town and is a valued part of the local landscape.
*Please make sure you don’t walk on the surrounding fields.
Set against the magnificent backdrop of Mt. Yotei is an ostrich farm where visitors can see ostriches running in the fields. While this may seem far removed from the image of the northlands, look at this scene and it will reveal the awesome power of nature.
Special troughs have been put out so that visitors can feed the ostriches.
Arishima Memorial Hall
The museum was opened to commemorate 100 years since the birth of novelist Takeo Arishima. A tower in the grounds looks out over Mt. Yotei and the Niseko-Annupuri mountains. The hall is surrounded by parkland filled with flowers and strategic spots for photographing Mt. Yotei.