Leaving the end of the Haboro Line in Horonobe, Hokkaido, we head further north to Rishiri and Rebun islands--the two furthest north outlying islands in Japan.
Eventually heading back to the mainland, we visit Wakkanai Station, the northernmost train station in the country.
From there we start following the Tempoku Line, a 148.9 km line that closed down in 1989 and used to connect Japan's northernmost city of Wakkanai to the northeastern coast of Hokkaido, eventually heading inland and terminating in the villiage of Otoineppu, which at 850 people is the smallest independent administrative district in Hokkaido.
And watch out for the bugs!
"Happy" by 沙野カモメ (kamome sano)
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"Bajo Trance" by JORISMA
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Camera: Panasonic Lumix GH1
Audio: RØDE VideoMic
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