Last updated Sep 14, 2019
Overnight stays in this hut are not allowed, unless in an emergency.
No booking required.
This hut is free to stay.
Heating: There is no heating in the hut.
Water: There is no water source.
Kitchen/cooking: There are no kitchen facilities.
Bedding: No bedding is provided.
Elecricity: There is no electricity in the hut.
Toilets: In the non-snow season, there is a basic shelter for use with portable toilets-in-a-bag (pack your own waste out with you).
Cell reception: Yes.
The vast majority of huts in Hokkaido are 100% maintained through passionate volunteer time and effort. If you make a visit, please give the place a clean, and make sure to sign the guest book. Always leave a hut cleaner than you found it.
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