Full support for the four seasons in Hokkaido
- Hokkaido is the northernmost island of Japan, surrounded by the Sea of Okhotsk, the Sea of Japan, and the Pacific Ocean. With an area of 83,450 km², Hokkaido has a great variety of expressions. Shiretoko, a World Natural Heritage site, and the Daisetsuzan mountain range, the roof of Hokkaido. The sunset from the Oloron Line, which stretches more than 300 km along the Japan Sea coast, and the night view from Mount Hakodate. The unique landscapes created by the topography of each area and the wonderful scenery that changes with the seasons are the main attractions of Hokkaido.
- Hokkaido is Japan's proud "Kingdom of Food. When traveling to Hokkaido, gourmet food is an absolute must. Just thinking about it makes you want to eat all the dishes made from freshly harvested seafood and mountain produce, local gourmet foods such as ramen and Jingisukan, and sweets made from fresh dairy products.
- hot spring
- The number of hot spring resorts is one of the largest in Japan. With a wide range of pH values, a variety of spring qualities, and brown mole springs, there is something to satisfy every hot spring fan. You can enjoy a variety of spring qualities, such as simple hot springs that do not irritate the skin, iron-containing springs that are characterized by their reddish color, and acidic springs that have a sterilizing effect.
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Seasonal sightseeing in Hokkaido
The main attraction of the area is the unique landscape woven by the topography of each area and the wonderful scenery that shows a different expression each season.
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