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The rest stop along the pier is a nice stop to find a wide selection of locally produced items from Abashiri. The staff are helpful and some speak very good English, making it easy to understand what would be good to bring home from Abashiri.
This michi-no-eki is clean, really informative regarding the Abashiri area, and has plenty of area souvenirs. It has lockers available for those who are boarding the Aurora ice-floe cruises that leave from the same building, and a few additional lockers for others to stow luggage...More
Tourist centre located inside the michi-no-eki. Staff was very helpful in answering my questions and assisted me enrol for a dolphin watching cruise the next day. The wharf was next to michi-no-eki. However, dolphins did not show up during the cruise.
Michi-no-eki has a souvenir...More
I accidentally found this store and found "Tabaragani - Red King Crab". I immediately decided to send it to my friends as "Gift". I asked the price of the medium and large one. The manager offered me the large crab (2.6kg) at the price of...More
This roadside station has a wide range of local souvenirs, including seaweeds (dried kelp, mostly for dashi), sweets and interestingly local beer.
The tourist information corner is quite limited.
In the winter months, this becomes the pier for sightseeing boats of drift-ice in the neighbouring...More
It is a good walk in the snow from the train station but worth it. Some interesting souvenirs that cover top spots in the area. Very good snack bar that sells amazing drift ice soft serve ice cream for 350 yen. Also happy and enthusiastic...More
A great place to stop, overlooking the river, fishing boats outside and a dolphin cruise available from the dock outside. There is a shop full of local produce and beer, a cafe to sit and rest plus other dining options. You'll see a few motor...More