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“Onuma Quasi National Park - Amazing!”

Onuma Park Walking Path
Ranked #2 of 26 things to do in Nanae-cho
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Reviewed 23 December 2014

Onuma Quasi National Park is definitely one of the most beautiful and breathtaking park that I had ever visited. It is amazing. A great place to have a walk/stroll and enjoy the beautiful scenery (mountains, lakes islands , bridges, etc). Check out the photos! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED if you are in Hakodate. It’s worth the trip! There is a small shop that sells souvenirs, snacks and local beer if you are interested.

How to get there:
From Hakodate JR station, I took the Limited Express Super Hokuto train (1160 yen, one way, non-reserved seat) in 20 mins to Onuma Koen Station.
A reminder to check the return schedule because the trains are not so frequent in the evening and it doesn’t run very late, therefore you may miss the train back.

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Reviewed 15 December 2014

Lots of tourist buses drop off sightseers for a short photo shoot at one scenic spot. But this park deserves a few hours at least. Our visit today (mid Dec) showed the park as a winter fairyland. It was fully covered with snow. As we walked around the frozen lakes, with little islands protruding out of the ice, each corner revealed beautiful views. Lunch was in a small restaurant in town with delicious ramen and gyozas. As the sun set, gorgeous hues were cast on the mountain tops. White swans honked as they flew to rest for the night. Well worth a visit if you are in the Hakodate area.

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Reviewed 26 October 2014

This lake is one of my favorite visit spot in Japan and it has its charm in four different seasons of the year. Last time, I went there in early winter. Despite of the cold weather there, the white, calm and peaceful environment did make me to stay there for over two hours, taking photos as well as having some snack in the lonely lakeside restaurant. Of the four seasons in the year, I do recommend you to visit the park in autumn time when you will find momiji surrounded lakes in the whole area.

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Reviewed 16 November 2013

We reached the park at about 4pm on a Sunday and it was getting dark as its autumn. Most of the shops were wrapping up for the day and we missed the last boat round the lake. We did manage to do a short walk following a footpath around the boat area and were completely mesmerized by the view. While leaving the place, we saw people lighting up the pumpkins lining the entrance to the park. The pumpkins were setup as it was two days to Halloween. The larger pumpkins had their weight labeled and the heaviest we saw was 198 kg.

We saw a shop house bustling with people so we decided to step in to take a look. They were selling food and people were strolling in to eat and enjoy the park in early autumn. The trees in the park have special lighting thrown on them and the pumpkins are all lighted too. It was a lovely sight with the autumn colors. We were initially upset that we missed the beautiful park walk as we arrived late but now we are happy to enjoy the evening events along with locals as the tour buses are now long gone.
I will rate this place 10 out of 10 and will definitely visit again.

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Reviewed 27 April 2013

I like this park because of its different scenery year round. Summer is the best season for hiking and biking. Spring , Fall and winter are different. Take a walk slowly around the lake, Can you hear the thousand wind that blow!

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