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Komagatake and Onuma
Hokkaido

Onuma park is one of the quasi-national park in south Hokkaido.  The park is well-known as its beautiful view of Mt. Komagatake.  Many small islands are seen in Onuma lake, which was made by the mudflows from the Komagatake.  We can enjoy walking, cycling, sightseeing ships and boats around here.

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