Lake Toya Camping
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Lake Toya Camping

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タグ: hokkaido, lake, toya, camping, bbq

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Camping - this is it !

Lake Toya is a beautiful part of the world and last Saturday it was perfect.

Here in Hokkaido we always enjoy great winters ( if you are into skiing or snowboarding ) but the season is looooong. When the warmer weather finally sets in everyone gets a real boost from the sunshine - enjoying the sunset from Lake Toya with friends, a cool beer in hand...well it doesn't get much better than that.


Thanks for the BBQ y'all

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A: Toyako Cosplay Dream

Glen Claydon作, 9.6kmかなた

One of the the amazing things about living in Japan as a foreigner is experiencing the culture..i hav...

Toyako Cosplay Dream

B: Toyako Windsor Hotel "View"

Glen Claydon作, 13.0kmかなた

Will not quite the view from the famous Windsor Hotel but the view from the bottom carpark over looki...

Toyako Windsor Hotel "View"

C: Route 276 Electric Substation

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This is an interesteresting electric substation on the route to the airport Not a long way past Kimob...

Route 276 Electric Substation

D: Mt Yotei Crater Edge - Summer

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Mt Yotei 1898 m is a beautiful mountain and the view from the edge of the crater is imperessive - thi...

Mt Yotei Crater Edge - Summer

E: Mt Yotei Peak Sunrise

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Mt Yotei Sunrise - Getting to the top of Mt Yotei in either summer or winter is never easy and gettin...

Mt Yotei Peak Sunrise

F: Yotei Hut Flower Field

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Taken a few years ago now but happy to have made this finally. I am not a big fan of HDR panos but th...

Yotei Hut Flower Field

G: Mt Yotei Hut Interior

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This is the interior of the hut near the top of Mt Yotei - around 1800m. The hut opens mid spring and...

Mt Yotei Hut Interior

H: Spring Afternoon next to the Mt Yotei hut

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This is a friend of mine crashed out on the tables outside the hut near the top of Mt Yotei. This was...

Spring Afternoon next to the Mt Yotei hut

I: Yotei Hike 3

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This was the highest point i made it to on this day. My friends hiked up for another 45 mins from her...

Yotei Hike 3

J: Yotei Hike 2

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This was the 2nd spot i shot on this hike - the trees start to thin out here and the views open up ! ...

Yotei Hike 2

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