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Popular hotelSmall Guesthouse Utaratoi in Japan
Popular areaHoronobe
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Frequently asked questions

What are the prime properties in Horonobe intended for lone tourists?

Resorts found in Horonobe which are well rated by solo vacationers are Small Guesthouse Utaratoi in Japan, Minshuku Ryokan Sarobetsu and Small Guesthouse Utaratoi in Japan - One bed in a shared room for 8 people.

Where can I find rooms in Horonobe which has free cancellation policy?

Yes, you’ll find most hotel rooms offer free cancellation rates, in which you can expect to receive a full refund if you cancel prior to the deadline. Filter your search by free cancellation to find flexible hotel deals in Horonobe.

Are foreign visitors allowed into Horonobe?

International travelers are allowed into Horonobe, based on our most up-to-date information. Due to evolving restrictions, we advise you to take a look at here for further details.

Is quarantine required for fully vaccinated travelers to enter Horonobe?

Quarantine may be required for fully vaccinated tourists to enter Horonobe from outside the country. For updated and detailed information on travel restrictons, please visit the official websites of the travel authority or government of the country you wish to visit, or go to here.

Is quarantine expected for unvaccinated tourists to enter Horonobe?

Quarantine may be required for unvaccinated travelers to enter Horonobe from outside the country. For updated and detailed information on travel restrictons, please have a look at the official websites of the travel authority or government of the country you wish to travel to, or go to here.

Is pre-departure covid test expected for fully vaccinated visitors to enter Horonobe?

Proof of negative pre-departure COVID-19 test is not required to enter Horonobe. For up-to-date and detailed information on travel restrictons, please check out the official websites of the travel authority or government of the country you wish to visit, or go to here.

Is pre-departure covid test required for unvaccinated tourists to enter Horonobe?

Proof of negative pre-departure COVID-19 test may be required to enter Horonobe. For up-to-date and detailed information on travel restrictons, please be sure to check out the official websites of the travel authority or government of the country you wish to visit, or go to here.

Is covid test upon arrival mandatory for fully vaccinated tourists to enter Horonobe?

COVID-19 test may be required on arrival when entering Horonobe from outside the country. For updated and detailed information on travel restrictons, please be sure to visit the official websites of the travel authority or government of the country you want to visit, or go to here.

What vaccines are accepted in Horonobe?

Pfizer/BioNTech, AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), Moderna, Janssen (Johnson & Johnson), Bharat Biotech, Nuvaxovid (Novavax) are currently recognized and accepted by the national health authority of the country that includes Horonobe.

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More about Horonobe

Discovering Horonobe: Fun Facts and Reasons to Visit

Located in the northernmost part of Japan's main island, Hokkaido, Horonobe is a small town that boasts of its natural beauty, rich culture, and unique history. It is a place where you can escape the hustle and bustle of the city and immerse yourself in the serene countryside. Horonobe is known for being the site of Japan's first commercial nuclear power plant, but it is also home to many other interesting attractions. For instance, it is the only town in Japan that has two different types of sunflowers growing in the same area. Horonobe is also famous for its delicious dairy products, such as cheese and ice cream. If you are looking for a unique and authentic Japanese experience, Horonobe is the perfect destination for you.

How to Go to Horonobe: A Travel Guide

Horonobe is accessible by train, bus, and car. The nearest airport is Asahikawa Airport, which is about 90 kilometers away. From there, you can take a train or a bus to Horonobe. If you are traveling by train, you can take the JR Soya Main Line from Asahikawa Station to Horonobe Station. The journey takes about two hours, and the train runs several times a day. If you are traveling by bus, you can take the Hokkaido Chuo Bus from Asahikawa Bus Terminal to Horonobe Bus Terminal. The journey takes about two and a half hours, and the bus runs twice a day. If you are driving, you can take the Hokkaido Expressway from Sapporo to Horonobe. The journey takes about three hours.

Top Fun Things to Do in Horonobe

Horonobe has many attractions that are worth visiting. One of the most popular is the Horonobe Reindeer Ranch, where you can interact with and feed reindeer. The ranch also has a museum where you can learn about the history and culture of the indigenous Ainu people. Another must-visit attraction is the Horonobe Underground Research Center, which was once a nuclear waste disposal site. Today, it is a museum where you can learn about the history of nuclear energy in Japan and the world. If you are interested in nature, you can visit the Sarobetsu Wetland Center, which is home to many species of birds and animals. You can also take a walk along the Horonobe River, which is known for its crystal-clear waters and beautiful scenery.

Why Use Agoda.com to Book Your Hotel in Horonobe

Agoda.com is the best place to book your hotel in Horonobe. With Agoda.com, you can choose from a wide range of hotels that cater to all budgets and preferences. Whether you are looking for a luxury hotel or a budget-friendly guesthouse, Agoda.com has got you covered. You can also read reviews from other travelers to help you make an informed decision. Agoda.com offers the best prices and deals, so you can save money on your accommodation and spend more on exploring Horonobe and its surroundings.

The Best Season to Visit Horonobe: Tips for Travelers

The best time to visit Horonobe is from June to September, which is the summer season. During this time, the weather is mild, and the scenery is beautiful. The sunflowers are in full bloom, and the wetlands are teeming with wildlife. If you visit Horonobe in August, you can attend the Horonobe Sunflower Festival, which is a popular event that celebrates the town's unique sunflowers. However, if you prefer a quieter and more peaceful experience, you can visit Horonobe in the spring or fall. During these seasons, the weather is cooler, and the crowds are smaller.

Where to Stay and What to Eat in Horonobe

Horonobe has many accommodation options, ranging from guesthouses to traditional Japanese inns. Two of the most popular options are the Nihonichi shoboi guest house - Vacation STAY 13383 and the Minshuku Ryokan Sarobetsu. These hotels offer comfortable and affordable accommodation and are located close to many of Horonobe's attractions. As for food, Horonobe is famous for its dairy products, such as cheese and ice cream. You can also try the local specialty, horonobe salmon, which is a type of salmon that is only found in the Horonobe River. If you are looking for a unique dining experience, you can visit one of Horonobe's many farm-to-table restaurants, where you can enjoy fresh and delicious local produce.

Exploring Horonobe: Tips for Traveling Around

Horonobe is a small town, and most of its attractions are located within walking distance of each other. However, if you want to explore the surrounding area, it is best to rent a car or a bicycle. Renting a car will give you the freedom to explore at your own pace, and you can easily visit nearby towns and attractions. If you prefer a more eco-friendly option, you can rent a bicycle and explore Horonobe's beautiful countryside. Alternatively, you can take the local bus, which runs several times a day and connects Horonobe to nearby towns and attractions. Whatever mode of transportation you choose, make sure to bring a map and plenty of water, as some areas can be quite remote.