List of Activities in Lake Akan, Hokkaido

In Ainu language, "SIRI" means "the earth." In the vicinity of Lake Akan, you can enjoy a variety of activities that bring you close to nature.

  • Nordic-Walk

    Price
    Per Person¥5,500 tax included
    Duration
    Approx.1.5hours

    The exercise efficiency of Nordic walking is thought to be over 1.5 times that of normal walking. Take two poles and enjoy a walk through nature at Lake Akan! An instructor will guide you through the Bokke mud volcano or a ski slope.

  • Fishing in Eastern Hokkaido (All-day)

    Price
    1 people¥44,000 tax included
    Duration
    Approx.7hours

    A guide with an intimate knowledge of the area will take you to various fields in Lake Akan and the surrounding area. You may have a chance to encounter various big games!
    *Groups of 2 or more will be charged an additional 27,500 yen tax included per person.

  • Early Morning Drive & Walk

    Price
    1 adult¥5,500 tax included
    Duration
    Approx.1.5hours

    Come and enjoy an easy early morning drive and walk in the phytoncide-filled forests and mountains of Lake Akan! With luck, you might catch a glimpse of Lake Akan's "sea of clouds," or a panorama of Mt. Oakan and Lake Akan!

  • Bokke (mud volcano) Forest Walk

    Price
    Per Person¥5,500 tax included ※Minimum of 2 people is required.
    Duration
    Approx.1.5hours

    The Bokke Nature Trail, located in the Akan hot spring resort area, is a vibrant natural area where you can experience the charm of volcanoes, forests, and lakes. This tour will allow you to fully feel the breath of the primeval forest. Take a casual walk through the forest to the spot of a mud volcano (Bokke), which is proof that the land of Akan is alive. Your guide will show you the nature of the season.

  • Trek to an enigmatic lake shrouded in mystery

    Price
    Per Person¥11,000 tax included
    Duration
    Approx.2.5hours

    A tour through this wonderful and mystical lake born from ancient volcanic activity. You will be guided deep into the serene forests - to places many people will normally never have a chance to visit.