There are about 30 varieties of flowers on display, ranging from lavender, cosmos, lupine, and sunflowers, which you can enjoy from spring until fall every year.
it has a maximum depth of 363 meters, making it the second deepest lake in Japan.
It is well-known as an area with lavender fields.
A large clock tower and trendy shopping center. Odori Avenue Park is the location of a magnificent snow festival.
The fields are best viewed in full bloom from second half of July to late August.
One of the most highly frequented zoos in Japan, a visit to the Asahiyama Zoo makes for a popular day trip from Sapporo.
Hell Valley (Jigokudani) is so named because of the spewing sulphurous streams, sulphur fumes and other volcanic activity.
Enjoy Hakodate, which is filled with hot spots, such as historic buildings, beautiful seasonal landscapes, fresh food, and hot springs, to the fullest.
A place of untouched natural beauty, ancient forests and spectacular rivers and oceans, Hokkaido is the perfect location to try your hand at some outdoor activities this summer. From river rafting or cycling, to hot-air balloon tours, there’s plenty to keep you entertained while immersing yourself in the serenity of your surroundings.
Before going abroad, researching into temperatures and the type of clothes to bring with you can sometimes be a little bothersome which is why we have prepared a lowdown on exactly what you can expect. What’s more details are regional specific which means that wherever you decide to go in Hokkaido, you can be rest assured that you will be well prepared.
Tourists from all over the world are attracted to Hokkaido because of its extremely fresh cuisine and agricultural produce. From fresh crab to delicious milk, diary and fruit, Hokkaido has some of the freshest, high-quality ingredients across Japan. Inside, we have hand-picked some of the best restaurants to visit!
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