Travel to Hokkaido

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Travel to Hokkaido

The northernmost of Japan’s four main islands, Hokkaido offers an unparalleled view of the country’s magnificent natural wonders. Many travelers and adventure seekers visit the island to witness its splendid landscape of mountains and trees. Hokkaido is a winter wonderland for snowboarders and a spring and summer escape for hikers to wander through its gorgeous greenery. Its powdery snow, rolling hills, fresh air, blue skies and fantastic food make Hokkaido a desirable destination for both Japanese and non-Japanese tourists.

What to do in Hokkaido

・Hiking/mountain climbing
・Horseback riding
・Whele/dolphin watching

Arashiyama Zoo
Blue Pond
Doraemon Waku Waku Sky Park
Furano and Biel Lavender Fields
Histric Village of Hokkaido
Lake Toya
Mount Hakodate
Nikka Whisky Factory
Odori Park (Winter)
Royce' Chocolate Factory
Sapporo Beer Museum
Sapporo Clock Tower
Sapporo Maruyama Zoo
Sapporo Snow Festival (February)
Sapporo Satoland
Shiretoko National Park
Shiroi Koibito Park

Hot Springs
Akankohan Onsen (Kushiro)
Asarigawa Onsen (Otaru)
Hoheikyo Onsen (Sapporo)
Jozankei Onsen(Sapporo)
Kawayu Onsen (Teshikaga)
Marukoma Onsen (chitose)
Niseko Onsen (Kutchan, Niseko and Rankoshi)
Noboribetsu Onsen (Noboribetsu)
Sobetsu Onsen (Sobetsu)
Sounkyo Onsen (Kamikawa)
Tokachigawa Onsen (Otofuke)
Toyako Onsen (Toyako and Sobetsu)
Utoro Onsen (Shari)
Yukichichibu Onsen (Niseko)
Yunokawa Onsen (Hakodate)

Dairy Products
Jingisukan [Mongolian BBQ]
Sapporo Ramen
Soup Curry
Wheat and Vegetables
Yubari King Melon

The complete article can be found in Issue #278 of the Tokyo Journal. Click here to order from Amazon.

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