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■Address:Hiyoshi 14 Yubari-shi
■Hours for day bath users：10：30～21：30
■Fees：adults 600 yen, children 300 yen
■Opened in January 2013, this hot spring offers open-air baths, saunas and herbal spas, as well as a jacuzzi. There is a restaurant, a lounge and a shop inside.
■Address：Moyo-cho 183 Iwamizawa-shi
■Hours for day bath users：11：00～20：00
(admission until 19:00)
■Closed：three consecutive days in November
■Fees：adults 800 yen, children 250 yen
■Occupying the site of the former Moyo Elementary school, this Canadian log house building houses a hotel, a hot spring, a restaurant and tennis courts. Maple Lodge, true to its name,sells maple flavored cookies and chocolates!
■Address：Hiyoshi 5 Yubari-shi
■Open:late April～early November
■Fees：adults 500 yen, children 300 yen
■This was once a set used for the film “Yellow Handkerchief of Happiness”, directed by Yoji Yamada, and is now open to public. Inside are a car and a georama used in the film.The walls are covered with yellow cards containing messages written by visitors.
■Address：Hosui-cho 364-3 Iwamizawa-shi
■Closed：Wednesday between January and March
■After obtaining a brewery license in 2006,they started selling RICCA Yuki-no-Keifu, made 100% from their own house grown grapes. The brewery is on the first floor, along with a shop, and on the second floor there is a gallery.
■Address：Shikanotani 2-chome Yubari-shi
■Fees:adults 500 yen, children 300 yen for children, free for infants
■When the coal mines brought fortune to the city, this “exclusive building” was used by members of the chosen elite. It was recognized as an important cultural property and opened to public from 1994. In 2011 it was registered as a tangible cultural asset.They have a restaurant and also offer accommodation.
■Address：Horonai-cho 2-chome 287 Mikawa-shi
■Open：from mid-April through mid-October
■Fees：adults 520 yen, children 210 yen
■Opened in 1987 at the birthplace of coal mining in Hokkaido, it preserves the historical and cultural heritage of the past. Various trains that were once operated all over Hokkaido are on display, and an authentic steam locomotive SL S-304 and miniature trains still run there.
■Address：Shikanotani 1-23 Yubari-shi
■The cinnamon doughnuts sold here are especially popular. You can also buy them at some convenience stores, but the ones made at their main shop here in Yubari are softer and tastier.
■Address：Ikushunbetsu-cho 1-200 Mikasa-shi
■An old private house was turned into this cozy restaurant. The udon noodle set is popular.
■Address：Takamatsu 7 Yubari-shi
■Open：late April～early November
■Fees：adults 1,200 yen, children 700 yen
■You can learn about the history of Yubari and coal mining here at the Coal Mining Museum,Coal Miners Museum, and Yubari Fossil Museum.
■Address：Nishikatsurazawa 57 Mikasa-shi
■Open：between May and October
■Fees：free (fees needed for some activities)
■There is lots of playground equipment for children, including go carts, a large slide, a golf course and battery operated cars. They also have BBQ facilities and a campground. A perfect place for a family!