（1）Rishiri-Rebun-Sarobetsu National Park, Sarobetsu Wetland Center
Sarobetsu wetlands has been inscribed as a registered wetlands under the Ramsar Convention.
The center stands at the entrance of the wetlands. Its electricity power is generated by natural energy such as sunlight. And this building was chosen as a location for the Japanese film
Lots of exhibits teach you about the flora and fauna, history, and the life of people of this area for free.
Sarobetsu Wild Flower Preserve
1km long circling wooden path is available.
From the preserve you can view Mt. Rishiri (Rishiri Island, 1721m high) beyond the sea of Japan.
This mountain that makes the whole of the island is a kind of icon of Roshiri-Rebun-Sarobetsu national park.
A peat-digging vehicle has been kept abandoned. Peat used to be a main product of Sarobetsu wilderness as the industrial materials.
You can enjoy the huge verdant Sarobetsu wilderness and Mt. Rishiri beyond.
（3）Rest Stop “Sakyu-no-Eki”
From the stop beside “Ororon Line”, a long straight road and Mt.Rishiri 20km far beyond the sea comes to your sight impessively.