This route is quite flat so you can even use a rented bike and it is full of attractions along the way. Start from the Hakuba Sanosaka Tourism Association, drop in at Michino-eki Hakuba, and take the single road through fields, which should be refreshing. The road is pretty wide so you should feel at ease riding. Pass the historic Shimmeisha Shrine and Olympic Memorial Stone Carving Park and you will arrive at Himekawa Genryu Shizen Tanshoen park. Enjoy a walk through this quiet and beautiful space. It is hard to believe that the park is situated right next to a national road. It is meticulously maintained and easy to navigate. After enjoying walking to your heart’s content, head back to the goal of the Hakuba Sanosaka Tourism Association.
A straight road with a good view that runs straight through the fields.
A stone windmill in the Olympic Memorial Stone Carving Park
“Hime River Source” is a group of springs that is rarely located near national roads and private houses.
From the promenade, you can see a colony of Amur adonis, Baikamo (Ranunculus nipponensis), and Iwana(Chars) swimming in clean water up close.
“Oyomi Marsh” is a treasure trove of rare plants that you should definitely visit.
It is one of the 100 best waters in Japan, and bicycle riding is prohibited in the park.
A straight road on the old road where almost no cars run.The scenery of the mountains spreading ahead is beautiful.
You will find a secluded Torii gate in the back of the residential area. If you go up the steep gravel road, you will encounter the main shrine that is surrounded by cedar trees. Enshrined here is the Amaterasu Omikami deity, Which is supureme in Japanese myths.