See the wonderful sea wildlife of Shiretoko from a boat!

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Ride a sightseeing boat and watch the sea mammals of Shiretoko's less explored eastern coast near Rausu town! In the summer you have high chances to see sperm whales, killer whales, Dall's porpoises, and flocks of shearwater seabirds.

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  • Take a sightseeing boat off the coast of Rausu in Shiretoko
  • Explore the sea mammals and wild birds of the Okhotsk Sea
  • Enjoy the beautiful natural landscape with Shiretoko mountain range in the distance
  • Reach the northernmost areas of Japan

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The cruise office in Rausu town behind "Michi no Eki Shiretoko Rausu" road station


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