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Onuma Park Walking Path

Onumacho, Kameda-gun, Nanae-cho 041-1354, Hokkaido
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Wonderful winter stroll

We arrived from Hakodate with the local train and went to the Tourist Office next to the station... read more

Reviewed 15 March 2017
AbeTs
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Trieste, Italy
Beautiful view

Rush there and found a restaurant there and had a wonderful beef stew meal... with the postcard... read more

Reviewed 14 March 2017
orsonsan
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15 Mar 2017
“Wonderful winter stroll”
14 Mar 2017
“Beautiful view”
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Onumacho, Kameda-gun, Nanae-cho 041-1354, Hokkaido
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Reviewed 15 March 2017

We arrived from Hakodate with the local train and went to the Tourist Office next to the station, where they gave us a useful map and a few information about the different paths. First we took the 15 minutes trail, which leads to the fishing...More

2  Thank AbeTs
Reviewed 14 March 2017 via mobile

Rush there and found a restaurant there and had a wonderful beef stew meal... with the postcard view from the windows. Definitely a nature lover a must to go.... 1st time step in frozen lake...

Thank orsonsan
Reviewed 17 January 2017

Ohnuma Forest Park and International Seminar House are located 1.5km north of JR OhnumaKoen station; it takes about 20min walk. The seminar house is open for anyone, and there is cafe, free space or restrooms. The tourist can take a walk through a beautiful winter...More

1  Thank 信弘 三
Reviewed 5 January 2017

We visited this beautiful National Park before left Hakodate 函館 and proceeded our 2016 Autumn leaf-viewing Trip. Ōnuma Quasi National Park 大沼国定公园happened to be one of the best serene and placid parks we’ve ever visited during the trip. See the pictures I’ve shown.

1  Thank Chuang004
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Reviewed 9 December 2016 via mobile

Visited this park in winter. This is a well managed beautiful park. Many great spot to take photos. Beautiful park.,

1  Thank A TripAdvisor Member
Reviewed 11 November 2016

The wonderful thing about touring Hokkaido in autumn is that we found that the crowds at the main attractions are manageable. This area was the exception in a ten day trip and I wondered what it would be like in peak season. It does have...More

1  Thank GraftonRiverguide
Reviewed 21 October 2016 via mobile

Beautiful small park especially in fall with the leaves turning, dmall islands linked by bridges, pedestrian walkways only

1  Thank petra-amalie
Reviewed 19 August 2016

It is about 20 min from Hakodate by JR limited express train. From the train station, it is less than 5 min walk to the starting point of the path. The shorter path take less than 20 min easy walking. You have to check your...More

1  Thank Itthinan A
Reviewed 26 July 2016

Great walking path to see the lake and mountains. Good to visit during summer or winter. Great place for leisure.

1  Thank esuw
Reviewed 2 July 2016

We stopped here on the way to lake Toya.It was a Friday, 1st of July . We hadn't pre-reserved seats on the limited express Hokuto train and I was dismayed to find it was fully booked.We were able to get a seat in a non...More

2  Thank Australiafrancophile
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