Sights in Hokkaido

Asahiyama Zoo

The unique exhibits showing you the animals’ natural lifestyles are sure to impress.

Cape Kamui

The contrast between the clear blue sea and the rugged precipices is amazing

Mt. Hakodate

The night view of Hakodate, earning 3 stars on the Michelin guide, has a beauty that you must see

Shiretoko Five Lakes

Experience Shiretoko by walking the wooden boardwalk leading to the first lake and the trails throughout the five lakes

Okurayama Ski Jump Stadium

A panorama view of Sapporo city and the Ishikari Plains can be seen from the observation lounge

Noboribetsu Onsen

Hokkaido’s foremost “onsen” town where you can enjoy hot springs in the middle of nature

Moerenuma Park

A park bringing together nature and art, as if the entire facility were a sculpture

Ningle Terrace

A shopping area where the log houses create a warm atmosphere

Jigokudani (Hell Valley)

The source for Noboribetsu Hot Springs. The spectacular sight of the bubbling hot water makes it a place you must visit

Mt. Moiwa

You can enjoy the 360 degree panorama of Sapporo

Farm Tomita

Enjoy the spectacular view of Japan’s largest lavender field

The Seven Star Tree

A lone oak tree standing in the hills of Biei which continue on in all directions


Vast flower meadow filled with the sweet the perfume of the seasonal blossoms

Lake Mashū

With the highest clarity in Japan, its a beautiful lake with a “Mashū Blue” coloring

Odori Park

A park as long as 1.5 kilometers from Odori Nishi 1-chome street to 12-chome street in the center of Sapporo

Blue Pond

This mystical pond’s appearance changes depending on the season and the angle of light, and is a hidden sightseeing p...

Lake Toya

The 9th biggest lake in Japan and one of the Three Great Landscapes of Hokkaido

The Furano Cheese Factory

A site where you can observe the making of cheese up close

Patchwork Road

A patchwork landscape of hills spreading over a wide area

Hokkaido Shrine

Also known as a famous site for cherry blossoms, the shrine is alive with hatsumode visitors during the New Year’s ho...