Onuma Park One Famous Places In Japan – Onuma Quasi-national Park is an hour’s drive from Hakodate. This park is at the foot of Mount Komagatake and includes Onuma, Konuma, Junsainuma and other lakes. Onuma is the largest lake and is 24 km in circumference with a depth of 13.6 meters. A volcanic mudflow from Mount Komagatake once caused a natural dam that blocked a stream and thus led to the formation of Onuma.
There are 126 islets in the lake and 18 bridges connecting a select few so travelers and locals alike can enjoy walking on the trails, cycling using rented bicycles, pleasure cruising, boating and canoeing. Mount Komagatake stands close to Onuma and is the main symbol of the park. It is an independent mountain with three peaks and three craters. One of the ‘tops’ was blown away during a past eruption and is now rather steep. Mount Komagatake woke up in terms of volcanic activity in 1998 so mountain climbing is now prohibited.
Hakodate – It is a third largest city in Hokkaido, and is located at the southern tip of the island. Hakodate is known for having a beautiful view to be enjoyed from Mount Hakodate and had a delicious seafood and fresh. As a port city in Japan first and opened to international trade after the era of isolation of Japan, Hakodate has experienced a lot of influence from the famous abroad, as well as the counties of former housing residents of foreign countries and citadel by having a Western-style among the main attractions and tourist ,
Onuma Park is a national park quasi beautiful, island dotted lakes, is only about half an hour in the north of Hakodate and also made along the journey between Hakodate and Sapporo better. Without having to go to the Hakodate when the cherry blossom season in May, if you see the sun setting from the Mt You must also captivated by the natural panorama Hakodate. Hakodate is surrounded by the sea, which is also famous for fresh sea food. Get up early, try breakfast with a bowl of seafood that you find in the market dapt near Hakodate Station.