Hokkaido, Japan's Frontier

Hokkaido

Hokkaido, Japan Apr. 20 Fri 11:10PM

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About Hokkaido: Japan's Frontier


Hokkaido, by far Japan’s largest prefecture, can be hard to sum up simply.  The food, nature, and history in Hokkaido offers something very different than what most may think of when they visualize Japan. If one were to sum up the best of Hokkaido, the list would certainly include its abundance of beautiful creatures, the environment, food, and the attraction of its cities.

Known as Japan’s “frontier,” Hokkaido was wasn’t fully explored and inhabited until the 19th century, and to this day retains vast stretches of raw wilderness, presenting fantastic vistas and adventurous opportunities. Some places where you can experience the wilderness of Hokkaido include the snowy slopes of Niseko, where you can enjoy skiing, and the many national parks such as Akan National Park, Daisetsuzan National Park, and Shiretoko National Park

Shiretoko National Park

Where To Go

Although typically labeled as a nature adventure type destination, Hokkaido also has some major cities, each with their own charm!

What To Eat

Hokkaido’s food is prized throughout Japan as the country’s most delicious.

 

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Hokkaido


Hokkaido, the northernmost of Japan’s main islands, is known for its volcanoes, natural onsen (hot springs) and ski areas. Sapporo is the largest and capital city in Hokkaido. Niseko is famous for leading snow resort with lots of powder snow. Furano is a town known with beautiful lavender and flower fields.

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