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Reviewed 7 June 2019

Our favourite Cape visit. We loved the windy condition. Unfortunately, The 800m trail (which looks super exciting to walk across) to the lighthouse located at the tip of the cape was closed because of the strong wind!
It was fun as we could feel ourselves being 'blown off' the track as we make our way to the top of the hill for a panoramic view of the area.

Date of experience: May 2019
1  Thank LLTan
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Reviewed 5 March 2019

Kamui Cape (Shakotan) in Hokkaido, to the west from Otaru lies the extradordinary scenery of the vast blue ocean that wait for your visit :)
PS. Dont forget to try the "Shakotan Blue Softcream" that available at the shop near the parking lot :)

Date of experience: September 2018
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Reviewed 10 August 2018

A century before, the Kamui Lighthouse was manually operated. On October 29, 1912, the wife of cheef lighthouse keeper and the wife of assistant light house keeper with her 3-year-old son were going to visit Yobetsu village to do some shopping for the purpose of celebrating the Emperor's Birthday. They were swept off their feet by waves, and were drowned when they were crossing Cape Wakushiri. To avoid further tragedies, the villagers started manually digging a tunnel in 1914, from the both sides of the cape. Being amateurish, they couldn't reach each other. As they chanted prayers to the Buddha, striking gongs, they realized which way to dig. On November 8, 1918, the tunnel was finally opened. Thereafter, the tunnel was called Nembutsu (a prayer to the Buddha) Tunnel.
Today, we could only see the cave-like entrance of the tunnel from above as we walked along the ridge to Cape Kamui.

Date of experience: August 2018
4  Thank Kwakaku
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Reviewed 8 August 2018

The drive from Niseko along the coastal road to Cape Kamui was beautiful. The coastal view was astonishing, no traffic jam, smooth drive. The sky was clear and it was very windy when we arrived. Had to hike quite a bit of steps to reach the tip but it was worth the effort. What a spectacular view.....

Date of experience: April 2018
2  Thank Ruyati
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Reviewed 6 July 2018

We arrived in the late afternoon at an almost idle weather condition; dry, sheltered from the sun by the clouds, mild wind and not as chilly as expected. And best of all, no crowds. We met only 2 small families returning on our way to the tip of the cape where the lighthouse is. I can't image if there are many tourists sharing the same narrow path that seem like mountain ridge. The hike was strenuous but if my 6 years old boy can enjoyed it all the way and back, I bet most can make it to enjoy what is at the tip of the cape. I didn't notice how long we took to hike there and back, but overall we spent probably more than an hour to soak ourselves in this magnificent hike and place all by our own. By the time we got back to the carpark, we saw someone standing just outside the public toilet. He spoke Japaneses to us which we couldn't understand. We only get to know that he is a park staff when he prepared and closed the toilet right after we used it. Since we have about half an hour before the park close at 6pm, we just wondered around the carpark area, snapping away whatever we came across as beautiful. After we had enough and drove out to the gate at the main road, the same staff was already there, waiting for us to exit before he closed the gate for the day.

Date of experience: June 2018
2  Thank ongwl82016
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