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Shiretoko means 'end of the earth' in the Ainu language. As its name suggests, it is the last remaining primitive land in Japan! It was officially registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2005.
Utoronishi, Shari-cho, Shari, Hokkaido
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You can enjoy magnificent natural scenery throughout the year. However, as guided tours are often prohibited during winter, you can only fully enjoy such magnificent scenes at other times of the year when it is not the winter season.
From JR Shiretoko Shari Station, board a Shiretoko Airport Liner bus and alight at Shiretoko (Utoro) stop.
From Memanbetsu Airport, take a bus ride to Shiretoko (Utoro) that will last about 2 hours and 15 minutes.
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