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The sunset is supposedly very nice but we arrived as the clouds rolled in still it was nice and quiet place to visit. Very few tourists in the evening hours. We took a bus from Wakkanai station and walked for a about 5 minutes.
We visited this area mainly to see the Noshappu Aquarium, but were attracted by the red and white painted lighthouse which is behind the aquarium. We found Cape Noshappu to be a very quiet area where a few persons were fishing and others sitting and...More
It was another beautiful place worth visiting with the beautiful scenery but again faced with the icy wind. The dolphin symbol was gorgeous. Small and interesting aquarium is nearby. A shop with interesting stuff and seafood is also nearby.
Most people would come here to catch the sunset in Wakkanai. A nice ocean view here and you can see both the Rishiri and Rebun islands from here on a clear day. There are several restaurants and a souvenir shop around here. The lighthouse and...More
One can board bus ノシャツブ公園 from wakkanai bus station just outside the JR Wakkanai station. Just several stops from the station, we encountered a very nice bus captain who told us; if we were to venture to the left, we might see the pack of...More
It is really a SHOW for the sunset @ cape Noshappu.
Beside tourists including myself and many of the locals also come to see the dramatically sunset view in the evening. Frankly, it is stunning! As good as the sunset view that i have seen...More
Actually it is a cape like many others, but being the most northern was the reason to pay a visit. A car is handy as public transport does not run often. A lot of Japanese come to visit, so that is part of the fun.