NIPPON Kichi - 日本吉

2008/2/1

落石岬湿原 Ochiishi-misaki-shitsugen Ochiishi-misaki Wetland

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Ochiishi-misaki Wetland spreads on the plateau-shaped small cape protruding into the Pacific Ocean at the base of Nemuro Peninsula in the eastern part of Hokkaido. It is designated as the prefecture’s Natural Environment Preservation District. The wetland is known as the southernmost boundary of Lapland rosebay (Rhododendron parvifolium), which produces little flowers in June. Other rare plants such as skunk cabbage, Hakusanchidori (Orchis aristata) and hare’s tail cotton grass can be seen.

Walking through the wetland and the swamp forest of red pine trees along the wooden trail, you will get to a light house, which is located at the easternmost end of Japan. From there, you can command a panoramic view including unending stretch of the green carpet of the wetland, the dynamic coastline of continuing cliffs and the far-off horizon in the Pacific Ocean.

As a part of natural preservation district, there are no man-made structures, so you can enjoy natural landscapes that remain intact here.

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392-1 Ochiishi-nishi, Nemuro, Hokkaido 088-1781
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