Mombetsu is famous for sightseeing aboard the Garinko ice breaker, the Okhotsk Sea Ice Museum of Hokkaido, and so on.
It is rich an area with a northern natural environment and is home to the Omusaro wildflower garden and Komuke wildflower garden.
Some little facts about Mombetsu, it’s a city in the northeast of Hokkaido. The name Mombetsu came from “Moupetto” (calm river), a word of aboriginal Ainu of Hokkaido. The local speciality is crab which is reputably the best in Japan. Monbetsu is also famous for drift ice, a yearly phenomenon which reaches the city every January or February from the northern Sea of Okhotsk.