Nabana no Sato
Shiroi Koibito no Oka is so named for its view of the mountainous backdrop, which closely resembles that depicted on the packaging of "Shiroi Koibito," a well-known brand of cookies from Hokkaido.
It is also a popular viewpoint for the conical shape of Mount Rishiri, the symbol of the island. Couples who propose here are issued with a proposal certificate approved by Ishiya, the maker of Shiroi Koibito cookies. (Proof of proposal, such as photos, are required in order to receive a certificate.)
Address: Oniwaki, Oniwaki, Rishirifuji-cho, Rishiri-gun, Hokkaido, 097-0101
Airport: Rishiri Airport
0163-82-2201 (Rishirifuji Tourist Information Center)
Sapporo (Okadama Airport) to Rishiri Island: 1 round-trip flight per day, lasting 55 minutes each way.
Walk for 20 minutes from Wakkanai Station to Wakkanai Ferry Terminal, then take the ferry for approximately 1 hour and 40 minutes to Oshidomari Ferry Terminal. From there, it takes 40 minutes by car.