Saturday, 19 February 2011

Japan 2nd trip 7th day, Sep 25th, Asahikawa Station - Hokkaido

A 90-second television advertisement featuring a man traveling by train, soaking in images of people working and good food, won the highest award of the National Association of Commercial Broadcasters. At the end of the advertisement, a train station appears — isolated at the border of the Okhotsk Sea.

This is JR Kitahama Station.

As one of three unmanned stations along a single-track railway between Kushiro and Abashiri at the east end of Hokkaido, Kitahama Station appears to be in the middle of nowhere.

The walls of the station's small waiting room are covered with passengers' memorabilia.
Some fishermen enjoying their weekend.

It's not just a fish, it's a SALMON !!!

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