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Hiroo is the only town outside of Norway to be certified as a Santa Land by the city of Oslo, Norway.
The symbolic zone, Omaruyama Forest Park, has been selected as a sacred place for lovers, and in winter it is illuminated with colorful lights.
The town of Hiroo is also offering various fun “Santa Land” projects such as the “Hiroo Santa Mail”.

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  • Funbe Waterfall
    Funbe, Hiroo
    01558-2-0177

    Fisheries, Commerce, Industry and Tourism Division of Hiroo Town Office

    “Funbe" means whale in the Ainu language. The name comes from the fact that whales used to wash up in this area. This unusual waterfall, with water spouting out of the bedrock, can be seen from the national highway that runs beside it. In winter, the waterfall freezes over and becomes an ice waterfall, an amazing creation of the nature.
  • Santa Land (Daimaruyama Forest Park)
    689 Hiroo, Hiroo
    01558-2-0177
    Daimaruyama Forest Park, the symbolic zone of Hiroo Santa Land, has been certified as a sacred romantic place for lovers. You can enjoy shopping for Christmas goods throughout the year at Santa’s house. On every 4th Saturday evening in October, Christmas tree illumination brightens up the town even more and you will be surrounded by a cheerful Christmas atmosphere.

    【Santa’s House】
    Hours:10:00~17:30 (Open until 20:00 from the 4th Saturday in October to December 25th)

    Closed: New Year Holiday Season
    http://www.santaland.or.jp/
  • Tenma Kaido
    National road 236
    01558-2-0177

    Fisheries, Commerce, Industry and Tourism Division of Hiroo Town Office

    Tenma Kaido (national road) crosses the Hidaka Mountains and connects Tokachi and Hidaka. On the Hiroo side, dairy cows can be seen grazing, and on the Urakawa side, thoroughbreds can be seen grazing, creating a completely different view of the Hidaka Mountains. In fall, this is a beautiful driving spot for the amazing, colorful autumn leaves.
  • Omori Garden
    14 Line 73 Monbetsu, Hiroo
    01558-5-2525
    The garden was created by a designer who won the Best Planting Award at the World Flower Convention & Gardening Show 2017. From late spring to fall, rare plants and flowers, highlighting Hokkaido's unique diversity, bloom one after another corroborating with the creativity of the award winning designers. A café and gallery with a view of the garden are also recommended.

    【Garden】
    Open: Mid-April to mid-October (scheduled) *Please inquire after October, garden maybe closed due to weather conditions.


    Closed: Mondays (If Monday is a national holiday, open on Monday and closed on the following Tuesday)

    Admission: ¥500/college student and adult, ¥300/ junior and senior high school student, Free/elementary school student and younger

    *For more information about the cafe and shops, please check the official website.
    http://www.omoricountrygarden.com/
  • Ohbananoenreisou (Trillium) Habitat
    Nozuka, Hiroo
    01558-2-0181

    Fisheries, Commerce, Industry and Tourism Division of Hiroo Town Office

    This is the largest habitat of the Ohbananoenreisou (Trillium camschatcense) in Japan. Enrensou (Trillium smallii) takes more than 10 years to bloom. From mid to late May when it is in full bloom, this habitat become lively with many tourists who come to see the pretty white flowers.

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