A park designed by the sculptor Isamu Noguchi. The whole area is an artistic space with enormous sculptures interspersed throughout the park.
Mt. Yotei is also called Yezo Fuji for its resemblance to Mt. Fuji. There are plenty of activities to enjoy at the base of the mountain throughout the year.
Flower gardens featuring around 30 flower varieties create a rainbow of color blanketing 150,000 sq.m. of the hills around Biei.
Kushiro Marsh is Japan's largest wetland, spanning an area of more than 28 thousand hectares. Savor views of the marshes and lakes beside the meandering Kushiro River.
Lake Toya is the second largest caldera lake in Japan, having a circumference of about 40 km. Enjoy a walk along the lakeside or take a cruise on one of the pleasure boats.
The long band of greenery that is Odori Park spans about 1.5 km from east to west through the center of Sapporo. The park is dotted with monuments and fountains.
Offering a panoramic view of Hakodate City from the peak of Mt. Hakodate at 334 m above sea level. This spot is known for its million-dollar night view.
A tourist farm featuring expansive fields with lavender and other flowers. The farm receives many visitors in mid-July when the lavender is in full bloom.
Sounkyo is a 24-km ravine scoured through the base of the Daisetsuzan Volcanic Group. It is well known as one of Hokkaido's best onsen areas as well as a famous spot for viewing autumn leaves.
Japan's northernmost zoo is a drawcard thanks to its unique enclosures where you can see the animals living naturally.
The Otaru Canal is a sightseeing spot emblematic of Otaru. About 1.1 km long, old warehouses stand side by side along one edge; along the other runs a promenade ideal for a pleasant stroll.
Five lakes surrounded by forest in Shiretoko. Feel at one with nature as you stroll along pathways in this World Natural Heritage Site.
A caldera lake formed by an eruption from Mt Oakan, Lake Akan rests among a rich natural environment and is famous for the marimo growing in it.
Asahikawa's first public park; a city oasis
A garden that makes the most of Hokkaido's climate
An entire hillside dyed pink
At 2291 meters, Hokkaido's tallest mountain is also connected by Asahidaira by ropeway
Keep an eye out for plentiful wildlife
A sloped street made famous in movies and commercials
The hilltop sports a lovely view