I was brought to Hokkaido often when I was a child.

Speaking of memories of traveling in Hokkaido, I will not forget, as I was...

Speaking of memories of traveling in Hokkaido, I will not forget, as I was still dating with my current wife, I ran a car all day from Sapporo to the Shiretoko Peninsula and remembered clearly what happened when I stayed overnight in Kushiro. She was on a night shift and took a vacation and the car could only drive myself at that time. I feel like driving carefully so as not to shake the car so that she does not wake her sleeping while sitting in the front passenger seat. It goes through Sapporo from the Tokachi plain, but there are tremendous forests, there is no end to the road, but the road is really endless, and Hokkaido is really wide, so the catchphrase ""Hokkaido is huge!"" I remember feeling that it was true. When I got off the mountain, I ran next by the seas, but the sea was rough and hit the waves, and the northern coast was feeling the message that it was tough. That is right. There are no beautifully paved roads anywhere in Hokkaido, rather there are lonesome roads, less popular, only magnificent nature is in front of us. Among them, there is a shop named ""Road Station"" occasionally, but the ice cream to eat there is taste of richness with the richness. My physical strength recovered with a little breath, and then I left for a long drive again. I saw Kunashirijima at the tip of Shiretoko Peninsula. This was impressive. And I ate the seal meat. I was glad that it felt a bit touched how strongly the north earth lived. Returning to Kushiro, I finally arrived at the hotel. Everyone feels like they were sleeping at night. The next day it took seven hours, straight back to Sapporo, and both of us returned to work. Now, if I think about it, I feel nostalgic that it was a trip made because I was young.