Co-inhabitants of the North: Humans and Nature on Display at the Shiretoko Museum – HOKKAIDO LOVE!

The Shiretoko Museum celebrates the natural history and human cultures of this Hokkaido peninsula. Stroll through exhibits about the region’s geology and wildlife, as well as the history and folklore of peoples who have lived here for centuries, such as one of Hokkaido’s indigenous groups, the Ainu. Not to be missed are the beautiful botanical garden and wildflower garden where visitors can observe how injured Steller’s sea eagles and white-tailed eagles are rehabilitated and returned to the wild!

Shiretoko Museum

49-2, Hommachi, Shari-cho Shari-gun, Hokkaido