The musuem plays a documentary film where it depicted the okhotsk sea, the ice drift and the wonders of nature of this ice drift. It was shown in a 3D superwide theatre with simple benches for visitors. Besides the film, the museum has some local fishes which can be found in the okhotsk sea...like this balloon fish!
see, this is how small the baby balloon fish is, smaller than my fingernail!
after the visit at the museum, everyone is raring for a ride down the slope!
and he has to drag his tyre all the way up the slope!
here's the name of our restaurant where we had lunch.
bought a packet of milk and melon candies here.
here's the packets of candies which i bought from the mart.
after lunch, we went to Mt Lo (you can google for it's full name, Lozan also know as Sulfur Mountain)
It is an active volcano in the vicinity of Kawayu Onsen and it is filled with jets of sulfur gas spurting out from bottom of the mountain. The tour guide says that tonight our hotel's onsen has its hot water from here!
The whole scenary was so white...there was snow everywhere and it was snowing too....after a while, everyone just went into the visitor centre to get some warmth.
and I made him buy a honey melo - Yubari flavour soft cone for me...hee hee
the Yubari soft cone from the souvenir shop was delicious!
Now we are moving onto Akan National Park - this park is well known for its three beautiful lakes. Lake Akan, Lake Mashu and Lake Kussharo. The one you see in our photo is Lake Mashu, its waters are some of the clearest in the world.