In this course, you pedal and go around Lake Jusanko, famous as one of the nation's most popular spots to catch Japanese freshwater clams. From Goshogawara to Lake Jusanko, you go north, passing through the countryside. Their "Clam Ramen" is so addictive because of the thick soup. Also, at Michinoeki Lake Jusanko Heights, please try their rich local dishes, such as "Ichiura Beef Phantom Steak Set" which uses rare Japanese Black cattle. On the way back, you can either ride Tsugaru Train and go back to Goshogawara or get off at some point and pedal again. Looking at the rice fields from the window is also great.
- Required Time：About 5~6hr.
- Course Type：Round
- Start：Goshogawara Station
- Goal：Goshogawara Station
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- | Distance | 82km
- | Elevation | 250m
- | Maximum difference in elevation | 59m
- | Required Time | About 5~6hr.
- | Course Type | Round
- | Start | Goshogawara Station
- | Goal | Goshogawara Station
- | Grade | ★★★★
Around Michinoeki Lake Jusanko. The location of the building is great; it is at the upland of the rangeland.
Lake Jusanko is nature-rich. Not only freshwater clams, but some rare birds live there.
Ramen with light taste and clam broth is so addictive.
You can bring your bike to the Tsugaru train. It costs an additional ¥280 per bike.
The 250m long promenade bridge on Lake Jusanko to Nakanoshima Bridge Park.
"Shayohkan" is the memorial house of Mr. Osamu Dazai (a Japanese author who is considered one of the foremost fiction writers of 20th-century Japan) in Kanagi Town. There are many sightseeing and food locations.