Unfortunately the small islands were in the shade of the clouds and the color was not clear. I hoped that the strong winds wipe off the clouds and make the scenery brighter.
This sign shows how the rocks called "Mado-Iwa " has been changed its shape by the earthquake and suggests to prepare for such emergency.
This is the scenery form the lookout on the roadside of Biwase area in Hamanaka Town adjacent to Akkeshi where you can savor quality oysters all the year round,
This is the lookout of "Biwase Area" and it has enough parking space and restroom. White and gray clouds were moving swiftly in the sky on that day.
white crane on the marsh on that day but this area is one of the biggest base camps for migratory birds in Hokkaido.
I have to say that we were so lucky to see the scenery under the blue sky in this area because the coastline facing the meeting point of the warm and cold current is covered with fog most of the time.
On our way back to the parking area for the tourist to visit the lookout on Cape Aikappu, I found a place played up with sunshine like a spot light.