A thriving world of art, filled with sculptures. Set against the magnificent background of Daisetsuzan mountain range.
New Chitose Airport (Shin Chitose Kūkō, CTS) is the main airport of Sapporo, located about 50 kilometers south-east of the city center.
“Navel town”, located in the center of Hokkaido. Its beautiful rich fields of lavender tempt tourists with their fragrance.
A vibrant and active morning seafood market. A unique blend of Japanese and Western architecture exists in the city.
Kiroro Resort is located in a mountain valley two hours' drive from Chitose Airport.
A misty port town that exudes an aura of illusion. Kushiro wetland, Japan’s largest marshland.
A beautiful lakeside spa resort. Enjoy watching the spirals of white smoke emanating from the Mt.Usu volcano.
Mombetsu is a town of drift ice on the coast of Hokkaido’s Sea of Okhotsk.
Niseko is one part of Japan that you can truly say is an area of endless discovery.
Various activites and attractions to enjoy, including canoeing, hot-air ballooning, and the hot spring baths around the Lake Shikaribetsu-ko area.
Otaru is situated in the western part of Hokkaido, facing Ishikari Bay.
A 2 hour drive from Chitose Airport and just 40 minutes from Niseko, Rusutsu is a family friendly resort and a powder purist’s dream come true.
Sapporo in western Hokkaido is divided up in a grid pattern, and is the largest city on the island.
Cormorants and white-tailed sea eagles glide over this region. Cliffs stretch for many miles in this unexplored area.
View a majestic sea of clouds while enjoying coffee on an early summer morning at “Unkai Terrace” (Shimukappu Village).
A windy city sandwiched between two seas. Cape Soya lies within, and is the northernmost point on Hokkaido.