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Top Videos for Cruise Destination Kushiro, Japan–Created by Staff

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Kushiro City, Japan

Kushiro is small a city in Hokkaidō, Japan. The population is largely of retirement age. Young adults leave for bigger cities where there is more opportunity and culture. There is very little English spoken here, so communication difficulties often cause inconvenience.

Kushiro, Japan.

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【インターバル撮影】 釧路市幣舞橋 Interval Shooting in Kushiro,Japan

Interval Shooting in Kushiro,Japan 釧路市ぬさまい公園から見た釧路市街と幣舞橋、ロータリーです。Panasonic GH2を使っての初めてのインターバル撮影です。 Camara : Panasonic GH2

Lake Akan Tsuruga Resort Spa Tsuruga Wings, Kushiro, Japan

Japan Hotels - Hokkaido Hotels - Kushiro Hotels - Lake Akan Tsuruga Resort Spa Tsuruga Wings. Our Website:

IFR Landing at Kushiro, Japan

Shooting an ILS for runway 17 into Kushiro, Japan (RJCK.)

5/12/2011 Kushiro Japan Whaling Ships B-Roll

Stock footage of the Japanese North Pacific whaling fleet. Footage shot in Kushiro, Hokkaido Japan on May 12th, 2011. Footage of the Japanese whale hunting continues after the Tsunami. Catalog ID: 20110513_KushiroWhalingShips Total Run Time: 00;54;00 To license this footage, contact

釧路湿原国立公園 北海道 Kushiro Hokkaido JAPAN

Kushiro-shitsugen National Park 釧路湿原国立公園 is a national park located in the east of the island of Hokkaido, Japan. It was designated as a national park on 31 July 1987. The park is a valuable haven for wild species such as the Red-crowned Crane (Grus japonensis) 丹頂鶴.

2013/09/16 PM6:45 Kushiro,Hokkaido,Japan

台風18号が接近中。 釧路では珍しい長い大雨ですね。

Kushiro Marsh

Kushiro Marsh stretches out to the north of Kushiro in eastern Hokkaido. This is a huge marsh with an overall area of 183 square kilometers, and was the first Japanese marshland registered under the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands. Two thousand varieties of animals and plants live there, including Hokkaido deer and the white-tailed sea eagle.