Shiretoko

Spanning across the towns of Shari and Rausu, Shiretoko was designated as Japan’s first World Natural Heritage Site in 2005. A vast and diverse array of wildlife inhabit the Shiretoko peninsula, including rare species such as the Steller’s sea eagle and White-tailed eagle, making this the perfect destination for lovers of nature and exploring the outdoors. Featuring beautiful and untouched natural landscapes such as the Shiretoko Five lakes area, visitors to Shiretoko can enjoy hiking and trekking to their hearts’ content. For a once-in-a-lifetime experience, visitors should make their way to the coast, where they can come face-to-face with whales and orcas, or walk out onto the surface of the ice in a drift ice tour.

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