Hokkaido Private Tour
Best of Hokkaido
Hokkaido is the largest prefecture in Japan with beauty in each season. In the winter, Hokkaido is widely known as one of the best snow in the world. Soft and lightly powdery snow and an annual average snowfall of more than 15 meters make Hokkaido extremely popular to international skiers. Some tourist destinations with temperatures of nearly – 30˚C and frozen lakes, rivers, sea and even waterfall will give you a unique landscape to be enjoyed.
Arrive in Sapporo
Enjoy the capital of the mountainous northern Japanese island of Hokkaido, which is famous for its beer, skiing, and annual Sapporo Snow Festival featuring enormous ice sculptures.
Furano boasts over 950 vertical meters of skiing, making it a popular spot for the FIS Ski World Cup. Furano has hosted the Ski and Snowboard World Cup as many as 12 times, more than anywhere else in Japan.
Biei is a small town surrounded by a picturesque landscape of gently rolling hills and vast fields. A pleasant way to enjoy the charm of Biei is by cycling or driving through the hills and visiting some of the flower fields and famous trees along the way. The area northwest of the town center is named "Patchwork Road" and the area south of the town center "Panorama Road".
Beautiful flowers are waiting for you. you will be amazed by its colorful purple lavender carpet covering the area and nearby mount. And wander round at your leisure and feast your eyes on the splendor of nature in its colorful glory. It is not only about flowers, there are shops, places to eat, and also you can enjoy the making process of wine.
Otaru is a beautiful port city located less than an hour away from Sapporo. The romantic canal is probably what Otaru is most famous for. This fairly normal-looking canal, but with the warehouses on one side, the old-fashioned gas lights on the other side, and the hills in the distance will brighten your day.
Located in Hokkaido, Noboribetsu Date Historic Village (Noboribetsu Date Jidaimura) is a history-themed park that transports visitors back to the Edo period. Here, you can enjoy traditional games and activities, dress up in period costumes, and stroll through replica Edo-era buildings and streets.
Also known as Toyako, this lake is located in Usu volcanic caldera, in Shikotsu - Toya National Park. Thanks to geological activities, this clear lake never freezes, making it beautifully limpid even in Hokkaido's snowy winter.