Hokkaido

Sapporo Snow Festival 2022 – All You Need to Know!

The Sapporo Snow Festival is one of the most popular, free, annual events in Japan. It is held every February, and attracts over 2 million people every year. The venue, Sapporo, is the prefectural capital of Hokkaido, the northernmost prefecture which receives large amounts of snowfall during the winter season. The popular festival started off in 1950 when high school students built a few snow statues. Since then, it has grown into a annual, one week long festival, which attracts visitor from all over the world. Attending seasonal events will help you understand the impressive changes and features of each season in Japan while interacting with locals as well. Here is the ultimate guide to Sapporo Snow Festival which allows you to make the most of your winter time in Japan!
Hokkaido

National Parks in Hokkaido – 6 Amazing Parks Full of Natural Beauty & Unique Wildlife!

Hokkaido is home to six national parks, each with stunning unique features. In this article we will explore each park and its highlights.
Hokkaido

Best 2-Day itinerary in Sapporo, Hokkaido

Sapporo is the capital city of Hokkaido, and one of the most popular destinations of Japan. Here we explain 2-days itinerary in Sapporo to explore around the city in the best way!
Japan

Overview of Best Places to Visit in All 47 Prefectures of Japan

Japan is a surprisingly large country, stretching over 3.000 km in length. The island country consists of 47 prefectures with a wide range of (tourist) attractions and different features in terms of culture, history and nature. The locals of each prefecture, strongly identify with home prefecture and its culture, food and language. Each prefecture will be a unique experience and they all have their own beauty. Here is a long list of travel highlights of each prefecture of Japan, structured per region, that you should consider visiting.
Hokkaido

Best Places To Visit in Hokkaido

Hokkaido is the second largest and northernmost island in Japan. The prefecture is especially famous for rich nature including beautiful lakes, flower fields, and six (!) national parks to explore. In summer, many people try to escape the heath by making their way up north and enjoying the mountainous area. In winter there is no shortage of the famous of the amazing Japanese powder snow, that cover some of the best ski slopes in the world. Combine this with delicious local food including amazingly fresh prepared seafood and fruits like the Yubari melon, and you have no reason not to Hokkaido anymore.
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