Welcome to the northernmost prefecture of Japan! This second largest island comes with intense weather, especially during winter when heavy snow falls on most areas. With its dynamic and unspoiled nature, Hokkaido offers numerous things to do from outdoor activities and winter sports to bathe in volcanic waters, shopping, and culinary exploration. On top of that, do not miss one of the grandest festivals in the country–the Sapporo Snow Festival! Hokkaido is truly the perfect escape in all seasons.

Destinations

Hokkaido is filled with many things to enjoy all year long. With Sapporo as the capital city, this gorgeous island has plenty of magnificent natural attractions and delectable cuisine. In Hokkaido, once is never enough.

Sapporo

The center of politics, economy, gourmet, and culture.

Abashiri

Masses of drift ice, unusual wildlife, and prison museum.

Hakodate

Ancient yet sophisticated port city with exotic streetscape.

Noboribetsu

Hokkaido's most famous spa town and hot spring resort haven.

Otaru

An atmospheric port town with a romantic canal 

Asahikawa

A thriving city with a major zoo and world-class powder

Niseko

The most famous ski area in Japan; popular for its powdery snow 

Furano

Known for their pleasant and picturesque rural landscapes

We arrange a wide array of meal choices for you, from Japanese traditional set meals, all you can eat, to local and seasonal specialties. Join us in exploring the taste of Japan!

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Different regions have their own traditional recipes and agricultural farming system. Many of the regional dishes can only be tasted in the original area they came from.

Crab

Four must-try types of crabs in Hokkaido include tarabagani (red king crab), kegani (horsehair crab), zuwaigani (snow crab), hanasakigani (hanasaki crab). There are many different shops and restaurants in each region of Hokkaido where you will be able to try a variety of crab dishes.

Genghis Khan

Hokkaido’s style barbecue of mutton and lamb, which are first marinated in a savory sauce, and cooked on a dome-shaped special metal grill. It is different from regular yakiniku, because it is meant to be eaten with vegetables. The dish goes well with beer and you won’t be able to stop eating rice along with the meat in its rich sauce!

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Experience

Whether this is your first time visiting, or returning, make sure to participate in these unique activities, that cannot be done elsewhere!

Onsen (Hot Springs)

Onsen (Hot Springs)

The hot spring culture has been with the Japanese for a long time. It gives health benefits, as well as a relaxing effect on your mind and body. In Hokkaido, there are several popular onsen towns such as Noboribetsu, Jozankei, Toya, and Tokachigawa.

Winter Sport

Winter Sport

The good quality powder snow in Hokkaido makes it the perfect region to visit during winter. Niseko, Kiroro, and Rusutsu are  particularly famous among skiers. Take a part in snowmobiling, snowboarding, skiing, ice skating, and Ryuhyo walk. 

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Recommended Hotels

Never miss out good deals on these strategic and well known hotels. Contact us for more information!

Keio Plaza Hotel Sapporo

Tmark City Hotel Sapporo

Sapporo Prince Hotel

Mercure Sapporo

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