Japan’s northernmost highland marsh, located 797m above sea level with an area of 25 hectares. As well as Glehn’s Spruce and Siberian Dwarf Pine trees, over 100 different species of alpine and wetland plant life have been confirmed, including hare’s-tail cottongrass and bilberries. If you head towards Bifuka you’ll find the Takahiro and Gekiryu Falls, and near the marsh you can see the Megami and Ugiri Falls – enjoy the roar of the waters amid the peaceful nature.
- Bifuka Station, 30min by bus, Get off at "Niupu"
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