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Soya Misaki

Soyamisaki, Wakkanai 098-6758, Hokkaido
+81 162-23-6161
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Bucket list thing to do^^

Saw Cape Soya, the most northern point of Japan on a Japanese program and inspired me to visit the... read more

Reviewed 25 January 2018
mich_lmt
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Singapore
via mobile
Best highlight of my Hokkaido travels yet!

We took the Soya Bus from Wakkanai station and it took almost 2hrs to get there, however, the ride... read more

Reviewed 5 October 2017
HoneyHoney19
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Singapore, Singapore
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Soyamisaki, Wakkanai 098-6758, Hokkaido
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Reviewed 25 January 2018 via mobile

Saw Cape Soya, the most northern point of Japan on a Japanese program and inspired me to visit the place when I was in Hokkaido in Aug’17. The return ticket is priced at 1250Yen and can be pick up from the bus ticket counter. The...More

1  Thank mich_lmt
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Reviewed 5 October 2017

We took the Soya Bus from Wakkanai station and it took almost 2hrs to get there, however, the ride was a beautiful ride just by the seaside. Soya Misaki was awesome and it was a stopping point for many bikers in summer. There are quite...More

Thank HoneyHoney19
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Reviewed 22 September 2017

I took the public bus from Wakkanai station to cape soya in the morning and it was very windy. If you plan to go by public transportation, be mindful with the bus timetable as it's infrequent.... I had to wait more than an hour for...More

Thank Suibicle
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Reviewed 11 September 2017

We arrived in Wakkanai by Penguin ferry from Korsakov, and the trip to Cape Soya was the first item on our agenda. We purchased return tickets for 1,250 yen each and were handed a copy of the bus schedule to ensure that we did not...More

4  Thank Andrew M
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Reviewed 12 May 2017

I visited my friend who stay in Wakkanai, and we came to this place. the northernmost point in Japan. I so proud, came from Kyoto to the northernmost point in Japan. and lucky me, it's a clear day. blue sky with strong wind. you must...More

Thank Novia A
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Reviewed 15 March 2017

Freezing cold (around minus 6 deg celsius) and a howling gale. However, worth every bit of the effort. Bus was easy to arrange from Wakkanai. Was very interested in the various monuments there and was not disappointed - however, due to the middle of winter...More

1  Thank ndjordan1
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Reviewed 25 December 2016 via mobile

Took a bus from Wakkanai train station to Cape Soya or Say Misaki. This is know as the northernmost point of Japan. The bus ride cost JPY 1350 one-way or 2500 return. However, to buy the return ticket, you need to buy it from the...More

1  Thank LeatherTraveller
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Reviewed 11 November 2016

Finally, we reached the northernmost point of Japan with a sense of satisfaction and happiness. We enjoyed the beautiful scenery despite the blustery icy wind blowing at 45 km/hr, almost blowing us off our feet. Hands were freezing cold and some of our handphone cameras...More

Thank DorothyCheong
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Reviewed 10 November 2016

When standing under the statue that proclaims that we are now standing at the northernmost point of Japan, we felt such a great sense of achievement and happiness. Winds are cold and sharp and so sweet and fresh. Do bring warm clothings and wear the...More

Thank Shirley S
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Reviewed 28 August 2016 via mobile

Great spot to visit. We wanted to go as far north as we could in Japan, and this is it. We took the JR train from Sapporo to Wakkanai, and from there we got a bus to Cape Soya. Ask in the tourist info centre...More

2  Thank OgopogoGuy
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