2015-06-08

The Marsh on Niseko Highland, Shinsen-numa !


 by Kazu

Where do you think we entered ?
We arrived at the parking lot for trekkers to the highland pond Shinsen-numa. The marsh at the foot of Mt Chise-nupuri is one of the most popular spot to visit in Hokkaido.
 Some flowers of skunk cabbage could be seen beside the wooden deck of trail. These were mushrooming up here and there on the marsh.
Mt. Chise-nupuri could be seen from the trail. Chise means "house" in the language of Ainu, the indigenous people of Hokkaido Island. It takes one and half hour to reach the peak of the mountain.  

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