Mt. Shari, one of the 100 Top Mountains in Japan, is the symbol of Kiyosato-Cho. The emblem of the town is designed based on Mt. Shari.
Kaminokoike (child of the gods) Pond got its name from stories that it is fed by underground waters from Lake Mashuko, which is known as Kamuito (Lake of the Gods) by the Ainu people.
You can watch cherry salmon struggle to swim upstream in July and August.
This spot is not usually so crowded. Take your time and enjoy the view of Lake Mashuko.
It is a waterfall of 25m in height in Gonosawa, which is deep in the forest from Shari River Forest Road.
Kiyosato-Cho is often said to have a great rural landscape.
I think that is because the farmers are taking very good care of their fields.
From Journals of the Executive Director
NPO Corporation Kiyosato Tourist Association
Association for Promotion of Kiyosato Regional Development
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