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7D5N Hakodate + Hokkaido Highlights

  • Jigokudani (Hell Valley)
    A spectacular, appropriately named valley just above the town of Noboribetsu Onsen, which displays hot steam vents, sulfurous streams and other volcanic activity. It is a main source of Noboribetsu's hot spring waters. From the valley, there are attractive walking trails through the wooded hills above Noboribetsu.
  • Mount Hakodate
    Mount Hakodate is a 334 meter high, wooded mountain at the southern end of the peninsula on which much of central Hakodate is located. On clear days and nights, in particular, the views from the mountain are spectacular and included among Japan's three best night views alongside the views from Nagasaki's Mount Inasa and Kobe's Mount Rokko. Facilities at the summit, which is accessible by rope-way, bus or car, include observation platforms (free of charge), souvenir shops, a cafe and a cafeteria style restaurant.
  • Hokkaido Shrine
    Built in 1869 and one of the most popular temple in Hokkaido. It's home to the Sapporo Festival, a religious Shinto festival that takes place every summer. Visitors will then form a parade that walks around the city center for this all day.
  • Kyogoku Fukidashi Park
    Fukidashi Park is a park in Kyogoku town, Niseko located in the southwestern part of Sapporo city, and is well-known for tasty spring water chosen as one of Selected 100 Exquisite and Well-Conserved Waters in Japan, and around 800,000 visitors come from Japan and oversea.
  • Hokkaido's Former Government Building
    The Old Hokkaido Government Building (known affectionately to local Sapporo citizens as akarenga or "Red Bricks") was first completed in 1888 and modeled on the Massachusetts State House in the USA. The Old Hokkaido Government Building is a symbol of the city of Sapporo and was built by local architects with local materials as the administrative base for the administration of the development and colonization of Hokkaido.
  • Tanukikoji Shopping Street
    This shopping arcade was established some 150 years ago and has been loved by locals ever since. Located between Minami Nijo and Minami Sanjo in Sapporo, it stretches for 900m from east to west and is home to around 200 shops. You’ll find restaurants, fashion stores, souvenir shops, and all kinds of other specialty shops here. This place is lively every day!

Travel Essentials:-
Passport & Visas - Each tour member is responsible to ensure their passport is valid for at least six (6) months from the return date of the trip and all necessary visas and permits have been acquired.
Travel Insurance - It’s essential that you take out a comprehensive travel insurance before travel.

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4. Every person participating in company's tours shall travel at his/her own risk. Company shall not be held liable to any person for additional expenses that may be incurred due to delays or changes in any transport services, sickness, weather, strikes, war or other causes.

5. Triple Room - Third person shall be based on roll-away bed.