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Arrive in Hakodate by either plane or train. Upon arrival, visit Fort Goryokaku – a star shaped Western style citadel and Mount Hakodate – mountain with outstanding view of the city. Overnight stay in Hakodate.
Let’s enjoy this day sightseeing around Hakodate. Hakodate was Japan’s first city which port was opened to foreign trade in 1854, as a result of Kanagawa Convention, and used to be the most vital port in northern Japan.
Overnight stay in Hakodate.
Today, embark on a four-hour train ride to Sapporo - capital of the mountainous northern Japanese island Hokkaido. Sapporo is never to be missed for visitors of Hokkaido. The most common attractions are: Odori Park, Sapporo TV Tower, Sapporo Clock Tower, Sapporo Beer Museum, Hokkaido University Botanical Garden, Nakajima Park and Tanukikoji Shopping Arcade. Overnight stay in Sapporo.
Enjoy one day sightseeing in Sapporo and Otaru. Otaru is a trivial harbor city about half an hour northwest of Sapporo by train. The region’s exquisitely preserved canal area and fascinating herring mansions make Otaru a pleasant day trip.
Return to Sapporo for the overnight stay
Today, leave Sapporo for Asahikawa on one and a half hour train ride. Asahikawa is the capital of Kamikawa prefecture, and the second largest city in Hokkaido, after Sapporo. The city is not a popular touristic destination, however the Asahiyama Zoo is among Japan’s best and most popular zoo.
Overnight stay in Asahikawa.
Today will be a one-day hiking trip to Asahidake. The mountain located in the town of Higashikawa, Hokkaido is the tallest mountain in Hokkaido. Overnight stay in Asahikawa and may be enjoy the local noodle dish, Asahikawa Ramen before leaving for Furano tomorrow
Embark on a one-hour train ride to Furano for the half day sightseeing. Furano is a picturesque town in the center of Hokkaido, known for the pleasant rural landscape.
The final day begin with a two-hour train ride to Sapporo. Then leave Sapporo for home by either plane or train.