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About Hokkaido


Hokkaido, Japan’s northernmost island, offers a wide range of tourist spots and attractions, catering to various interests. Here are some of the top tourist spots in Hokkaido:

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  • Sapporo Snow Festival: A world-famous winter festival featuring incredible ice and snow sculptures.
  • Odori Park: A central park in Sapporo with beautiful gardens and seasonal events.
  • Sapporo Beer Museum: Learn about the history of beer production in Japan and sample local brews.
  • Sapporo TV Tower: Offers panoramic views of the city from its observation deck.
  • Otaru Canal: A picturesque canal lined with historic warehouses and shops.
  • Otaru Music Box Museum: Famous for its intricate music boxes and glassware.
  • Sakaimachi Street: A charming street with shops selling seafood, sweets, and glassware.
  • Furano Flower Fields: Stunning flower fields, especially lavender in summer.
  • Blue Pond (Aoiike): An enchanting turquoise pond surrounded by trees.
  • Farm Tomita: Famous for its lavender and flower gardens.
  • Mount Hakodate: Offers breathtaking night views of the city from its summit.
  • Goryokaku Park: Known for its star-shaped fort and cherry blossoms in spring.
  • Hakodate Morning Market: A great place to sample fresh seafood and local cuisine.
  • Asahidake: Hokkaido’s highest peak, offering hiking opportunities in summer and skiing in winter.
  • Sounkyo Gorge: Known for its dramatic cliffs and waterfalls
  • Shiretoko National Park: A UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its pristine nature, hot springs, and wildlife.
  • Shiretoko Five Lakes: Offers beautiful hiking trails and wildlife viewing.
  • Lake Toya: A picturesque caldera lake with an active volcano, Mount Usu.
  • Usu Volcano: You can take a ropeway to the summit for panoramic views.