Shiretoko World Heritage Conservation Center
Shiretoko is a renowned World Natural Heritage Site. The name "Shiretoko" is derived from the Ainu words "Sir Etok," which mean "the end of the land". Largely untouched by humans, Shiretoko is home to abundant nature. The Shiretoko World Heritage Conservation Center serves to educate visitors about the wonders of Shiretoko, and inform them about the manners and rules that must be followed. Displays include life-sized photographic panels of the wildlife which inhabits Shiretoko. Be sure to stop by before sightseeing to pick up the latest information. Adjacent to Michi no Eki (Roadside Station) "Utoro Sir Etok".
- 8:30～17:30 (Summer time) 9:00～16:30 (Winter time)
- REGULAR HOLIDAY
- Open all the time during summer season (from 20th April until 20th October) / Tuesdays during winter season (from 21st October to 19th April)/ Year-end and New Year holidays
- About 40 minutes from JR Shiretokoshari station by car
186-10, Utoronishi, Shari-cho Shari-gun, Hokkaido