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Nishiyama Sanroku Kako Walking Path

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Only go during nice/dry weather

Nice seeing more nature and a bit more of history of Toyako. Only go when it is dry though as some... read more

Reviewed June 8, 2017
Momo_Advisor
Long Walk

Long walk but so worth it to see the sight of the ruins which have been left behind following the... read more

Reviewed April 1, 2017
Paul H
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Reviewed July 29, 2018

Easy trail, very easy to follow and various destroyed sites to see along the way. We reached this trial after walking the Kompiriyama trial. There is a shop and a bus stop at the start of the trail (the ice cream is not great..) The...More

1  Thank hcchelsea
Reviewed May 12, 2018

I feel that Toya doesn't get enough credit for being an amazing town that it is. While Lake Toya is the most obvious natural attraction, the fact that this place has erupted (3 times in the last 100 years) gives it a rich history. With...More

2  Thank Vincent N
Reviewed April 2, 2018

I visited here at the start of April hoping to hike the trial through the geo park up to the crater, parking at the Visitor Centre nearby. Sadly even though the trails were visibly clear of snow the area was locked up and closed to...More

1  Thank Adam G
Reviewed June 14, 2017

The trail starts near the Toyako Visitor Centre. That's a few minutes walk from the Bus Terminal. You can find a map of the Nishiyama trail from the Tourist Info Centre at the Bus Terminal - the map has the Kompiriyama/Nishiyama trail on one side,...More

5  Thank Yew Hong N
観光協会 洞, オーナー at Nishiyama Sanroku Kako Walking Path, responded to this reviewResponded December 7, 2017

Dear Yew Hong N Thank you very much for coming to Lake Toya at this time. We are so happy to hear that you had a good time. We will keep aiming to make wonderful tourist sites which are loved by everyone. There is a...More

Reviewed June 8, 2017

Nice seeing more nature and a bit more of history of Toyako. Only go when it is dry though as some of the paths can get quite slippery!More

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観光協会 洞, オーナー at Nishiyama Sanroku Kako Walking Path, responded to this reviewResponded December 7, 2017

Dear Momo_Advisor Thank you very much for coming to Lake Toya at this time. We are so happy to hear that you had a good time. We will keep aiming to make wonderful tourist sites which are loved by everyone. There is a Lake Toya...More

Reviewed April 1, 2017 via mobile

Long walk but so worth it to see the sight of the ruins which have been left behind following the volcanic activity that occurred in the area. The whole area has been left as an open air museum with everything left as is when people...More

1  Thank Paul H
観光協会 洞, オーナー at Nishiyama Sanroku Kako Walking Path, responded to this reviewResponded December 7, 2017

Dear Paul H Thank you very much for coming to Lake Toya at this time. We are so happy to hear that you had a good time. We will keep aiming to make wonderful tourist sites which are loved by everyone. There is a Lake...More

Reviewed August 13, 2016

This walk nearly killed me on the return journey. Not sure how many stairs you climb but they seem to go on forever. But it is worth it (I think). Just make sure you are fit enough to get back and allow 90 minutes return...More

2  Thank markelshout
観光協会 洞, オーナー at Nishiyama Sanroku Kako Walking Path, responded to this reviewResponded December 7, 2017

Dear markelshout Thank you very much for coming to Lake Toya at this time. We are so happy to hear that you had a good time. We will keep aiming to make wonderful tourist sites which are loved by everyone. There is a Lake Toya...More

Reviewed December 1, 2015

We were recommended to go to this by the tourism office lady at Lake Toya. Just a few mins bus ride away so we tried it. Unfortunately we took a wrong path at the bus stop when we reached and went onto another trial which...More

3  Thank Yeex
観光協会 洞, オーナー at Nishiyama Sanroku Kako Walking Path, responded to this reviewResponded December 7, 2017

Dear Yeex Thank you very much for coming to Lake Toya at this time. We are so happy to hear that you had a good time. We will keep aiming to make wonderful tourist sites which are loved by everyone. There is a Lake Toya...More

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