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Kamui Kotan means "God's settlement" in the Ainu language, and has been cherished as a sacred place by the Ainu people. Located where the Ishikari River flows out of the Kamikawa Basin into the Ishikari Plain, this valley has been eroded by the flow of the Ishikari River for over 100 million years, forming strange rocks and caves. The area is dotted with ruins of pit houses and stone circles and is now attracting attention as a power spot.
〒078-0185 Kamuikotan, Kamui-cho, Asahikawa-shi, Hokkaido
40 minutes by car from JR Asahikawa Station, 50 minutes by car from Asahikawa Airport.
30 minutes from the "Ichi-Jou Nana-Chome" bus stop (get off at the "Kamui Kotan" bus stop, approximately 5 minutes on foot)
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