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10 Things to Do in Moseushi

10 Things to Do in Moseushi Moseushi ( 妹背牛町 ) is a town in the Sorachi Subprefecture of Hokkaido, Japan . The town's name is derived from the Ainu language " Moseushi " and " Mose Ushii " which means "a place where nettles thrive" or "a place where thatch is customarily cut". However, it is believed to have been a modified translation. The town's name was originally spelled " Bouno Yushi ," but it was changed to its current name "Moseushi" in 1898. For those planning to visit Moseushi to check what it has to offer, here are the 10 Things to Do in Moseushi : Moseushi manhole cover 1. Take a picture of Moseushi’s unique manhole cover . So far, I have seen 1 unique manhole cover. It is uncommon but some can be seen near Moseushi Onsen Peperu. Restaurant Ajidokoro Yonezato 2. Eat at  Restaurant Ajidokoro Yonezato  ( レストラン 味処米里 ) which is located inside Moseushi Onsen Peperu. You should try the cutlet curry and the momodo

Moseushi Onsen Peperu - Hokkaido

Moseushi Onsen Peperu ( 妹背牛温泉ペペル ) is a favorite spot for locals to take a dip and unwind. It's a must-visit day spa onsen. This place is located at 5208 Moseushi in Hokkaido Prefecture, Japan . Moseushi Onsen Peperu Moseushi Onsen Peperu details Moseushi Onsen Peperu opened to the public sometime in 1993. Its name came from the Ainu word “ pe ” which means water and “ peru ” which means spring. Moseushi Onsen Peperu ( 妹背牛温泉ペペル ) It’s a go-to place for locals and visitors from nearby towns. It’s not surprising to see bathers even on a hot summer day. This is probably because the hot spring in Moseushi Onsen Peperu is believed to be a remedy for arthralgia, frozen shoulders, chronic fatigue, chronic skin disease, and many more. The spring water contains sodium chloride which is also referred to as bicarbonate spring.  Moseushi Onsen Peperu  has an indoor and also an open-air bath with a relaxing view of the garden. Welcome to  Moseushi Onsen Peperu Inside Moseushi Onsen Peperu L

Yusui Park Urara - Hokkaido

Yusui Park Urara ( 遊水公園うらら ) is a large park in the northwestern portion of town specifically created to promote play to children. It is located at 5189 Moseushi in Hokkaido Prefecture,  Japan .  Yusui Park Urara Yusui Park Urara details With the present issue of dwindling population in the town and throughout Hokkaido, the town of Moseushi came up with the concept of building a family-friendly space in town where families may bring their children in a safe and enjoyable environment. Yusui Park Urara  ( 遊水公園うらら ) Yusui Park Urara was improved and reopened to the public in early 2022. It has a Tarzan rope, electric vehicle, swing, double slider, and wall climbing, to mention a few pieces of playground equipment. These turned out to be a big hit with the little children. Welcome to  Yusui Park Urara  Aside from that, Yusui Park Urara includes a range of amenities for older family members, such as a 3-on-3 basketball court and a park golf course. These, however, need reservations and ha

Moseushi Shrine - Hokkaido

Moseushi Shrine ( 妹背牛神社 ), located at 466 Imoseushibatake in Moseushi, Hokkaido Prefecture, is a village shrine with a history dating back to 1899. Moseushi Shrine Moseushi Shrine details Genzo Mori founded Moseushi Shrine , also known as Imoseushi Shrine , in its current location on September 15, 1899. He founded Moseushi Town while serving as the principal of Sapporo Agricultural College. Moseushi Shrine  ( 妹背牛神社 ) With the development of Moseushi Town during the Taisho Era (1912-1925), The population also increased. With the prosperity brought by the town's development, the shrine also improved. The main shrine was refurbished and a shrine office was also built.  Moseushi Shrine main torii gate Horse Statue inside Moseushi Shrine Moseushi Shrine temizu Moseushi Shrine was promoted and listed as a village shrine on September 28, 1928. Since then, the shrine has seen plenty of improvements with the continued progress of the town.  Currently, the following deities are enshrine

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