Hokkaido, the northernmost of Japan’s main islands, is known for its volcanoes, natural hot springs (onsen) and ski areas. Rugged Daisetsuzan National Park is home to steaming, volcanic Mount Asahi. Shikotsu-Tōya National Park contains caldera lakes, geothermal springs and a Mount Fuji look-alike, Mount Yōtei. Popular ski resorts include Rusutsu, Furano and Niseko.
1. Former Hokkaido Government Office Building
Former Hokkaido Government Office Building is the red-brick building built in 1888. This building was registered as a national important cultural asset in 1969. There is also a room in the room that used to be. The office of the governor Some rooms are an exhibition showing photos and stories of the city, both geography and animals found on the island of Hokkaido.
2. Noboribetsu Date Jidaimura in Hokkaido
Hokkaido Ninja Village is a village built to simulate the atmosphere in the Meiji period of Japan. There is an ancient lifestyle model of the Edo people. In which the area of this model village has both Watchtower, theater, temple, shop, ninja village Samurai Village and much more.
3. Kiroro ski resort
Kiroro is features a world-class snow ski resort which have world-class quality as a 5-star ski resort. Kiroro is composed of Starwood Hotels and Resorts. 2 locations, including The Kiroro, Tribute Portfolio, Luxury Hotels under the first “Tribute Portfolio” brand in Asia Pacific and Sheraton Hokkaido Kiroro Resort, Five Star Hotel The ski area. The resort located not far from Sapporo about 60 minutes.