Hokkaido was once known as “Ainu Moshir’” or The People’s Bountiful Island, blanketed with abundant forests and wetlands.
Bibai extends from the central Ishikari River basin, and it is a land rich in nature where clear streams flow, where migratory birds choose to stop, where you’ll find many “pipa” mussels (Mytilus galloprovincialis) in bogs and other wetlands.
And nature stays with us even today in the city of Bibai, her make up changing moment by moment while she teaches us many things.
We’d like to pass on the attractions of Bibai to many people, one by one, with delicate precision. And we’d like you to come see this place for yourself. With this in mind, we’d like to introduce Bibai.