Hokkaido, the island at the north end of Japan, occupies slightly more than 20% of the Japan’s land mass and has proven to be one of the most touristy destinations in Japan. Well known for its natural hot spring, respectable ski resorts, magnificent national parks and juicy fresh seafood, Hokkaido has a little bit of everything for everyone. Though the weather can be unpredictably cold in winter with a lot of snow, the summer can be decently mild when compared to the rest of Japan. With its unspoiled nature, Hokkaido attracts plenty of outdoor activity lovers in all seasons. With many corners to explore around the regions, I managed to grab a snippet of Hokkaido just to showcase the diversity that it has. Hokkaido, I’ll be back!
Kamo No-Ko Pond
Jigoku-Dani (Hell Valley) in Noboribetsu
Mt Moiwa in Sapporo
Cape of Earth