Japan Hokkaido Rebun Island

Japan Hokkaido Rebun Island

Japan Hokkaido Rebun Island

After a lot of peddling I was getting close to the northeastern tip of Rebun. Rishiri Island was disappearing behind the landscape and I had to fight against a cool northern wind that was slowing me down.

Japan Hokkaido Rebun Island

Japan Hokkaido Rebun Island

Japan Hokkaido Rebun Island Cape Kanedano

Japan Hokkaido Rebun Island Cape Kanedano

Japan Hokkaido Rebun Island Cape Kanedano

Japan Hokkaido Rebun Island Cape Kanedano

Japan Hokkaido Rebun Island Cape Kanedano

Several minutes later I arrived at Cape Kanedano. From there I could see across the bay to Cape Sukoton, which would be my next major destination of the day. I made use of the public restroom at the cape and I also ran into the tour group that I had seen the previous day in Wakkanai. An elderly woman from the tour group seemed to be impressed that I had bicycled all the way from the ferry port up to the cape. There were still many more hours to go on my ride around Rebun Island but I had come a long way to get to Cape Kanedano and I was feeling good about my progress that day.

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