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Shiretoko National Park

Listed under Waterfalls in Hokaido, Japan.

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Shiretoko National Park is one of Japan’s most remote regions only accessible by boat or on foot, so you probably won’t make it here unless you’re staying in Japan for a while but if you do come you’ll be astounded by Kamuiwakka-no-taki a hot water waterfall, part river water and part water from an underground sulphur hot springs.

Shiretoko also has a large bear population and is the southern most point from which to observe sea ice.

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