This is the first guest to the backyard of the hotel "Lamp no Yado Mori Tsubetsu" on that day. It might be allured to the feeding table but before its breakfast, it walked on the stage in front of the window of the entrance hall as if a model fascinate on the cat walk in fashion events.
Thirty minute jogging may be the best for waking up your body and soul in the morning. You will get ready even for a uphill battle in the office.
The inside spa of the hot spring was filled up with the healing mist and a bit smell of sulfur. I felt the bones and muscles of my body getting power and the second wing again.
I went out of the forest and headed to the road to the downtown of Tsubetsu Town.
Soon I reached the intersection and found the sign to Lake Kussharo.
I think the dome on the photo above is the hot spring bathroom of the hotel. Because of the existence of the backyard, the scenery of the creek can be seen from the outside bath of the hot spring spa.
At the beginning of spring, we Japanese boiled the buds of these flowers of Fuki, Giant Butterbur. We have to boil them and sprinkle potassium carbonate with water to take off the poisonous element.
Giant Butterbur mushrooms here and there where clean water flow is near. I hope the mead is still fine even after the Lionrock Typhoon hit the eastern part of Hokkaido.
I stepped in the forest on the backside of the hotel "Lamp no Yado Mori-Tsubetsu" we stayed. The aroma of the breath of spruce trees filled up the forest.