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Meet your assistant at New Chitose Airport and transfer to Sapporo city, travelling time is approximately 40 minutes by train.
Enjoy one day sightseeing in Sapporo and Otaru. Otaru is a trivial harbor city about half an hour northwest of Sapporo by train. Visit Otaru Music Box Museum, a small museum with a variety of antique music boxes & souvenirs. The next destination is local glassware shops and the beautiful historical canal area. Return to Sapporo for the overnight stay.
Today, embark on a two-hour train ride to Biei for a half-day sightseeing. Biei is surrounded by a scenic landscape of softly rolling hills and immense felds. The utmost pleasant way to enjoy the charm of this town is by cycling through the hills and perhaps visiting some local farms along the way. Later on, travel to Furano.
Let’s enjoy a full day sightseeing in Furano. The town is most famous for its lavender felds and the expansive purple felds “colorize” Furano in summer. During winter, Furano is one of the most famous ski resort with well-developed amenities and services.
Train trip to Lake Toya. The lake is part of the Shikotsu-Toya National Park. Besides the beautiful lake, the Toyako region features hot springs and an active volcano, Mount Usu. The train ride to Toya is around 5 to 6 hours.
Let’s enjoy this day sightseeing in Lake Toya. There’s spectacular scenery as far as the eye can see. The utmost pleasant way to admire Lake Toya (locally known as Toyako) is by cycling along the lake shore.
Embark on a two-hour train ride to Hakodate. Half day sightseeing in Hakodate. Hakodate was Japan’s frst city which port was opened to foreign trade in 1854, and used to be the most vital port in northern Japan. Visit Fort Goryokaku – a star-shaped Western style citadel and Mount Hakodate – mountain with outstanding view of the city.
The Hakodate Morning Market is held daily from 5am (from 6am during winter) to noon. The market area spans about four city blocks and sells a variety of fresh seafood, fruits. Many restaurants offering fresh seafood breakfast can be found in the market area. Later in the day, travel to Tokyo by plane or train.