Lake Toya is the second largest caldera lake in Japan, having a circumference of about 40 km. Enjoy a walk along the lakeside or take a cruise on one of the pleasure boats.
Noboribetsu is a historic onsen (hot spring) area opened in the Edo period that uses the steaming Jigokudani as its source. The area hosts plenty of attractions besides Jigokudani.
A Japanese inn with a Japanese garden more than half a hectare in size
Friendly hospitality warms the heart at this inn
Overlooking Showa-Shinzan and Lake Toya
Featuring fun shows and an Aqua Tunnel
Plumes of steam and the scent of sulfur rise from this hot spring pond
Noboribetsu's animated statue of King Enma
Brown bears, just a pane of glass away
Serving a popular range of Western-style dishes prepared using post-war recipes
An active volcano protruding from Mt. Usu
Experience the earth's energy in the remains of a volcanic crater
Observe the antics of adorable bears
Experience the sound and steam of a geyser
A gentle lake surface and billowing mountain make for a view of curious contrast
Learn how Lake Toya was formed
The history and culture of Hokkaido's indigenous Ainu people come alive at this outdoor museum
A river of hot spring water winds through old-growth trees of Noboribetsu
Enjoy the deliciously spicy Hell Ramen, a customer favorite
National center for the reconstruction and development of Ainu culture. Discover the charm of Ainu culture on the shores of Lake Poroto.