Swans in Wakkanai Onuma
I visited Onuma in Wakkanai for the first time in 17 years.It was a little early for the swans to gather, but there were about 100 swans resting their wings.
At their peak, there are thousands of swans and they fill the Onuma.
It was a beautiful day and we could clearly see the snow-covered Mt.
(Photo taken on April 5, 2021)
Onuma Bird House “Wild Bird Observatory“
Onuma and Mt. Rishiri
Photo taken on April 26, 2004.
From Kawatabi to UmiTabi: Cape Soya
I went to Cape Soya, the northernmost point of Japan, which is located more than 20 kilometers from Wakkanai Onuma. I was lucky enough to see “Sakhalin, near and far” from the cape.
Rinzo Mamiya and the northernmost monument in Japan
Sakhalin (Karafuto) beyond the small boat