FEATURED

20 Top Things to Do in Hokkaido : Hokkaido Bucket List 2019
Things to Do in Sapporo 2019
5 Best Flower Fields to Visit in Hokkaido
What to Buy in Hokkaido 2019
Hokkaido: Best Things to Do in Winter 2019
10 Best Hokkaido Tour and Activities Spring/Summer 2019
4 Best Niseko Ski Resorts in Hokkaido 2018–2019

ITINERARY

1 Week Itinerary in Hokkaido in Summer
3 Days Itinerary: Sapporo, Hokkaido

FOOD

Sapporo Food Guide: What to Eat in Sapporo 2019
7 Best Restaurants and Cafes at New Chitose Airport
7 Must Try Sweets at New Chitose Airport, Hokkaido

SPRING/SUMMER

Central Hokkaido: Furano, Biei and Asahidake
Biei Driving Guide: Patchwork Road and Panorama Road
Lake Shikotsu: The Most Transparent Lake in Hokkaido
Hakodate Cherry Blossom 2019: Fort Goryokaku

AUTUMN/WINTER

Sapporo Snow Festival 2020
5 Best Hokkaido Snow Festivals 2019
5 Best Hokkaido Ski Resorts in 2018–2019
5 Best Autumn Leaves Spots in Hokkaido
Lake Shikotsu: The Most Transparent Lake in Hokkaido
Hiking at Mt Asahi Daisetsuzan National Park, Hokkaido

HOTEL

5 Best Hotels near Sapporo Station and Sapporo Snow Festival 2019
7 Best Accommodations in Niseko Ski Resorts 2019

Located in the northernmost of Japan, Hokkaido is the largest prefecture in the country. It’s indeed the first place in Japan to welcome winter in each year, and the whole prefecture is covered in white snow. Numbers of winter activities and events are available during the season, such as a snow festival, skiing, snowboarding, etc. It’s country’s most lively place in winter time.

On the other hand, summer is another best time to visit Hokkaido as various kinds of colorful, seasonal flowers flourish in vast fields. Driving across the tremendous fields, flower viewings and nature activities, there are countless activities offered in Hokkaido’s summer. Taking about Hokkaido, we can’t forget to mention their local food. The prefecture is known as the biggest gourmet land in the country, and especially seafood products are popular as they are fresh and reasonable.

Hokkaido’s another biggest attraction is Onsen (hot springs). A large number of Onsen spots spread across the prefecture including some famous Onsen towns which has great quality of hot spring water and authentic Japanese style accommodations. After Hokkaido Shinkansen has newly started their operation, now it’s more easy to access to Hokkaido from the main land of Japan.

Exploring the largest prefecture with things to do by season!!

 

 

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