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Hokkaido
Hokkaido
Hokkaido, in northern Japan, is the country’s second largest island. Hokkaido’s four seasons offer travelers a rich variety of experiences. Sapporo, the capital, is the best place for shopping and great food. Otaru evokes romance and nostalgia. This seemingly European town was the location for the film “Love Letter.” Lake Shikotsu and Lake Toya have beautiful summer fireworks festivals. Visit the famous “Hell Valley” hot spring in Noboribetsu or walk through the flower fields in Furano. Finally, the adorable penguins in Asahikawa are a treat for any traveler.
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Things To Do in Hokkaido

Shiroi Koibito Park
4.6/5
1,025 Reviews
City Park
A famous white chocolate dessert of Hokkaido, Shiroi Koibito is bought as a souvenir by almost every visitor to Hokkaido. Shiroi Koibito Park refers to the tourist attraction based solely on this famous snack. Visitors here not only can tour the factory and see the entire process of how the chocolate dessert is made, but they can also try making it themselves.
Otaru Canal
4.4/5
1,070 Reviews
Otaru Canal was built in the Meiji and Taisho periods, and although only half has been preserved, it is still full of charm. The Victorian-style kerosene lamps and the red brick exterior walls of the riverbank warehouses add an exotic feel to the place. Restaurants, grocery stores, and other shops are converted from warehouses and are popular choices at which tourists can buy souvenirs or eat local delicacies.
Tanukikoji Shopping Street
4.4/5
922 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
Tanukikoji Shopping Street is a famous shopping street in the central district of Sapporo in Hokkaido. Boasting a history of over 100 years and an overhead glass ceiling, this spacious and clean street is a comfortable place to shop. There are numerous fashion and electronics stores, recreation halls, cinemas, and restaurants, all of which are very popular with young people.
Hell Valley
4.5/5
668 Reviews
Hot Spring
Volcano
Hell Valley is the main source of Noboribetsu's hot spring waters and also an iconic hot spring in Hokkaido. The so-called "Hell Valley" is, in fact, a remnant of a crater, pervaded all year long by volcanic gas spewing from the surface of the gray and yellow rocks. The surrounding air is filled with a strong smell of sulfur, and the place is thought to resemble a scene of hell. The main attraction is the eerie volcanic valley, the center of which can be accessed by a walkway specially built for tourists.
Odori Park
4.4/5
827 Reviews
City Park
Odori Park is located in the heart of Sapporo, Hokkaido. It stretches from east to west and is home to lilacs and various other trees. Decorated with flowers all year round, and featuring ever-changing fountains, the scenery found here is truly captivating. In good weather, visitors can take a walk in the park, watch the occasional street performance, as well as enjoy the avant-garde sculptures that are scattered around.
Hokkaido University
4.6/5
543 Reviews
School
Hokkaido University was established in 1876 and is formerly known as Sapporo Agricultural College. There are many areas within the university designated as culturally significant and worth visiting, such as the Agricultural Department's Farm 2, the Clarke Statue, and Poplar Avenue. The grand elm, ginkgo, and poplar trees in the vicinity have earned Hokkaido University the nickname the 'elm campus'. The majority of historical buildings are of European-style (many of Nordic flavor) and are very popular with tourists.

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Here are the best places to visit in Hokkaido, including: Shiroi Koibito Park,Otaru Canal,Tanukikoji Shopping Street
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