The largest marshland in Japan with an overall area of 18,290 ha. It is a home of as many as 2000 kinds of animals and plants.
- Kushiro Marshland
- Kamuiwakka Hot Spring Falls
Hot spring waterfalls! Symbolic hidden hot springs of the World Natural Heritage Site, Shiretoko National Park.
The hot springs town with a view of the beautiful valley in the suburb of Sapporo. Along with ryokan, there are many baths for day trips, hand baths, foot baths and so on .
A big volcanic crater in southern Hokkaido. There are many hot springs nearby from this large source spring.
- Hokkaido University
Historical university campus - a nature-filled tourist spot!
- Hokkaido Jingu
This shrine enshrines the deity that has been protecting Hokkaido all since the period of reclamation.
- Hakodateyama (Mount Hakodate)
The night view of Hakodate, a gateway to Hokkaido, as seen from its iconic mountain is considered to be one of Japan’s best three and is a must-see for all visitors.
- Hakodate Orthodox Church
The oldest Russian Orthdox Church in Japan which is designated as an national important cultural property
- Hakodate Morning Market
At this large market in Hakodate, you will have the privilege of being able to enjoy “Kaisendon” using the freshest fish caught the same day.
- Goryokaku Tower
107-meter-tall tower from which the star-shaped fort, Goryokaku, can be seen.
- Goryokaku Park
The old star-shaped fortress, Gokakuryo, is transformed into a park. It is a famous spot for cherry blossoms and autumn leaves.
- Ganso Sapporo Ramen Yokocho
The birthplace of Sapporo ramen that people have adored over a long time. You can taste amazing ramen in 15 restaurants.