The Sen-houshi Area (仙法師地域) means “Solitary Monk Village.” Admiring the scenery, headed for the Sen-houshi Village from the Minami-hama Marshland.
This massive stone monument says “Rebun, Rishiri and Sarobetsu National Park. Sen-houshi Misaki Kaigan (Solitary Monk Coast). Rishiri Town.”
Sen-houshi Misaki Park; The park is located at the southern tip of Rishiri Island and visters could enjoy the bestview of Mt. Rishiri and Sea of Japan. There is a variety of strange rocks and stones produced by lava flow. Visitors can see the rare fish, shellfish and seaweed through clean water. Rishiri kelp and seaurchins are really famous.
Walking about 30 minutes from Sen-houshi Cape, Rishiri Town Museum is there.
Rishiri Town Museum is on the subject of harmony between sea and human. The museum displays the life style, the history and the culture of inhabitants of Rishiri Island who coexisted with the sea.
Rishiri Island is called “Floating island of dream.”
The following is icing on the cake.
I have to return to Tokyo, it is impossible that I am wandering further on the islands of flowers and dream.
I was on aboard a ferry to Wakkanai, and then took a flight to Tokyo.