Hokkaido Hokkaido


Hokkaido, the northernmost island of Japan, offers a stunning array of natural beauty, outdoor activities, and unique cultural experiences. In winter, visitors can enjoy the world-renowned Sapporo Snow Festival, skiing in Niseko, and relaxing in picturesque hot springs. During the warmer months, Hokkaido’s national parks, such as Daisetsuzan and Shikotsu-Toya, showcase vibrant landscapes and wildlife, making it a paradise for nature enthusiasts. Sample the region’s delicious seafood, dairy products, and ramen while exploring the lively city of Sapporo, or immerse yourself in the rich Ainu culture in the towns and villages scattered throughout the island.


1. By Air:

  • Tokyo (Haneda/Narita) to New Chitose Airport (Sapporo): ~1.5 hours, ¥5,000 – ¥25,000 (one way)
  • Osaka (Kansai/Itami) to New Chitose Airport: ~1.5 hours, ¥6,000 – ¥25,000 (one way)
  • Nagoya (Chubu) to New Chitose Airport: ~1.5 hours, ¥6,000 – ¥25,000 (one way)

2. By Train:

  • Tokyo to Shin-Hakodate-Hokuto Station (Hokkaido Shinkansen): ~4 hours, ¥22,690 (one way, reserved seat)
  • Shin-Hakodate-Hokuto to Sapporo (Limited Express Hokuto): ~3.5 hours, ¥8,830 (one way, reserved seat)

3. By Ferry:

  • Aomori to Hakodate: ~4 hours, ¥2,200 – ¥8,000 (one way)
  • Niigata to Otaru: ~18 hours, ¥10,000 – ¥20,000 (one way)
  • Sendai to Tomakomai: ~14-22 hours, ¥10,000 – ¥20,000 (one way)

Please note that the estimated costs are subject to change and may vary depending on the time of year, the class of service you choose, and any discounts or promotions available.



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